Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) March 22, 2011
While thumbing through the pages of the new edition, Tavik Swimwear designer Nicole Hanriot was elated to see her designs gracing not only one but multiple pages of the issue. As an up and coming designer and a Sport Illustrated newcomer, Hanriot was honored to have been selected as one of the few, featured designers. Tavik also nabbed one of the highly sought-after body paint two-page spreads, in which Alyssa Miller donned a neon pink sheer lace one-piece. This is something that as a swimwear designer you strive for. Not only does it create recognition within the swimwear community, it populates national brand awareness opening many doors for smaller, ground-level companies.
Taking into consideration past editions, current trends, and that sexy style Sport Illustrated is distinctly known for, Hanriot designed pieces that the editors could not pass up. A combination of Tavik Spring 2011 Collection styles, vivid colors, and lacy-feminine textiles made up the showing in Sports Illustrated, while top SI supermodels like Julie Henderson only added to the flirtatious display of swimwear.
Sports Illustrated is not the only place you might have spotted Tavik Swimwear recently. The brand is gaining recognition rapidly through fashions most esteemed sources: Elle Magazine, Marie Claire, Vogue Teen, and Riveria, just to name a few. Tavik can also add ‘Star Style’ to its portfolio. Beauties Vanessa Hudgens, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Lisa Rinna have all been spotted frolicking in Hanriot’s designs, and the bright color combos, sporty -yet sexy- style, and fashion forward detail is what has them all coming back for seconds.