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Megan Mae Stevens - The Swim Issue

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Sienna Swim CEO Does It All At Miami Swim Week Sienna Swim made its debut at Miami Swim Week 2023, and so did its CEO and head designer – 19-year-old Sienna Mae Gomez – who also walked the runway as a model in her show. Gomez, who recently signed with Elite Models New York, Elite Miami, and Elite Los Angeles, is clearly no stranger to the spotlight. Her career began on TikTok, where bikini reviews have been a touchstone of her content and she’s since amassed more than 12 million followers and 1.1 billion likes. Her love of bikinis quickly earned her a community where women from all over the world were asking her for advice and exchanging feedback about which styles were most flattering. As a Southern California native who has spent most of her youth in bikinis and surf wear, Gomez married her knowledge of swimwear with the feedback she was getting online to create an authentic, stylish brand that is feminine and flattering, in sizes XS-3XL. Her love of swimwear, modeling, and production all come together in Sienna Swim, where Gomez not only serves as the face, but as head designer and creative. When she’s not modeling, Gomez is creative directing the brand’s photoshoots, choosing textiles, and bringing her online expertise to the brand’s marketing. Her online persona earned her major deals from brands like Levi’s, Maybelline, Converse, and more, and the social media star has taken what she learned from those business deals and is applying them to her own personal brand. Gomez is also deeply involved in developing Sienna Swim’s in-house sizing system. Displeased with the lack of consistency across women’s sizing, especially extended sizes from XL and up, Gomez decided to host fittings with models across size ranges

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