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Megan Mae Stevens - The Swim Issue

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Sazilé Swimwear - The must-have of the Indian Ocean arrives in Miami! Much more than a brand, Sazilé Swimwear makes women’s beauty shine through her creations and uniqueness. Since its creation, Sazilé Swimwear has established itself as the very first French couture swimwear brand in the Indian Ocean and easily ticks the box of the essentials. Between originality and exoticism, made of Lycra and wax fabrics, each piece is meticulously made by hand in the workshop of designer and founder Alexa Clockers. On size or tailor-made, everything is possible in Sazilé Swimwear’s workshop in order to be able to make the Sazile of your dreams and thus offer unique products to each. Created in 2019 on the island of Mayotte, Alexa Clockers feels a vacuum in the fashion industry and is about remedying it by creating her own line of swimwear. A signature and a hitherto unique concept that can only be seen at Sazilé Swimwear. The brand’s objective is to sublimate all women of all morphologies in order to reveal the Queen Saz that is in it, stresses Alexa Clockers. It is also important for the creator to create a connection between her creativity and her roots through different cuts and different materials. The creation of clothing with African colors and motifs is of paramount importance because it celebrates and preserves the rich cultural heritage of the African continent. By incorporating these vibrant designs, we honor the traditions, stories, and diverse identities of African communities, thus fostering a sense of pride and unity among people of African descent around the world. In addition, it allows economic empowerment by supporting local artisans and textile industries, thus valuing sustainable and fair practices.

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