Have Faith Swimwear turns up the heat at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim

One of the final swim shows I attended on Monday night featured Have Faith Swimwear. In 2010, Designer Jennifer Stano launched Have Faith Swimwear along with her husband Alki David in Beverly Hills, California. After checking out their sexy designs on the runway, I can see why they're making major waves in the swimwear industry. The line has been a huge hit with celebrities such as Miranda Kerr, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Giuliana Rancic who are all fans of this luxurious brand. During Monday's show, guests caught a quick glimpse of music artist Ne-Yo, who conveniently came in at the start of the Have Faith show. He sat front row listening to his own music on the runway, as designer Jennifer Stano walked out in her own jewel-toned bikini design alongside model Rachel Bernstein. Cheetah Girl Adrienne Bailon was also spotted amongst the crowd and on the runway. My favorite look from the show was this flashy rockstar bikini [pictured on the left] worn with a pair of knee high black studded boots. Although I probably wouldn't wear that to the beach, I might get away with this look at a really chic pool party in Miami! Regardless, you definitely need to scope out Have Faith Swimwear's 2012 Spring/ Summer Collection by visiting their official website. You can also follow the beautiful Designer of Have Faith, Jennifer Stano, on Twitter. Here are my favorite shots from the show:

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Above Right: Yours truly along with Jennifer Stano, Designer of Have Faith Swimwear. I love the fact that Jennifer draws inspiration for her designs while traveling to her homes in London, Switzerland, or the Greek Island of Spetses. Talk about inspiring! Cheers to a fabulous show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim! xo

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  1. I really like the name 'Have Faith', it's like simple yet profound.

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