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Megan Mae Stevens - The Swim Issue

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Nikoza’s Butterfly Collection Takes Flight at Miami Swim Week The swim fashion week may be over, but the Nikoza butterflies have just begun flying off the shelves. This collection, presented for the first time at the Eden Roc Hotel by the creative Miami-based designer Olga Nikoza, exploded with vibrant, beautiful colors and was accentuated with orchid embroidery and butterfly accessories. The butterfly serves as her brand logo and signature accessory, gracing her collection of jewelry, hats, bags, and shoes. If you were following Miami Swim Week, you likely caught sight of NIKOZA on the runway stages of SLS Hotel and Jungle Island. However, this year was different as Nikoza not only showcased her collection but also organized the entire event. Olga Nikoza and her partner Elya Cioccolato were the driving forces behind creating this Resort wear fashion week and Influencer insider event at Eden Roc Hotel. The event brought together fashion designers and top Miami influencers, who generously shared their inside secrets on achieving success in social media and various ways of monetization. Of course, all eyes were on the models who exuded elegance and grace, making all the designers’ creations shine on the runway. Among the well-known models were Taylor Laffey, Nicole Esparza, Luana Larkin, Meggie Williams, Yaroslava Levandovska, and CORI, to name a few. “Honestly, I was nervous! Organizing a fashion show event requires a lot of hard work. But we couldn’t be happier with the way it turned out! I’m proud to say it was a success, and we are already planning our next event during Art Basel, so stay tuned!” stated Olga Nikoza.

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