What better way to show off your hard work than to treat yourself to a designer swimsuit
Detroit, MI (PRWEB) August 8, 2008
Geftaki Swimwear was delighted to see the recent Paris Hilton (McCain) political-ad video spoof. Not for political reasons, but for her choice of attire - Geftaki Swimwear. "It suits her", says designer Trisha Geftos, "She obviously works hard to keep her body in fantastic shape." Purchased in Los Angeles at Lisa Kline, Trisha had heard Paris purchased her Animal Attraction monokini swimsuit recently, never imagining it would be seen around the world.
"What better way to show off your hard work than to treat yourself to a designer swimsuit," founder and designer Trisha Geftos notes.
Born into her family's jewelry business, she was exposed to high fashion and glamour at an early age. A world traveler, Trisha began designing her own swimwear line in 2003, incorporating the design elements of jewelry and haute couture into her collection.
In its third complete season, the collection is comprised of bikinis, monokinis and cover-ups, offering a unique assortment of suits in the season's best colors including geometric shapes, metallic leopard and flower mesh, perfect for a lingerie-inspired season. Stunning solids are offered in exquisite gold, burgundy, leopard and ivory, as well as the classic black and white. These fine fabrics are embellished with satin ribbons and bows, metal nail heads and Swarovski crystals in golden hues and Italian metal hardware.
Geftaki Swimwear is located at 12316 Fort Street, Southgate, MI and is carried in Lisa Kline, Los Angeles, CA (# 323.297.0490); in Las Vegas, NV at Mandalay Bay (# 702.632.6120), MGM Grand (# 702.891.7789), and Red Rock (# 702.797.7564); in the Greater Detroit-area at Essence in West Bloomfield (# 248.941.4005) and Flash Accessories in Birmingham, Michigan (# 248.723.8780). Geftaki Swimwear retails for $45 - $135. Visit http://www.geftaki.com for more information.
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