We were thrilled to partner with Aquarella and Naila. It was great to see our styles Yani 4 and 8, Sidney 3 and Danna 1 and 2 strut down the runway.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 06, 2013
Maker's Shoes, also known as “the most wanted shoe in Latin America,” recently took part in the swim segment of the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. The exclusive event was primarily held at the Raleigh Hotel on Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, from July 18-22. The fashion show featured bold swimwear ranging from bikinis to monokinis and tunics. On the final day of the four day long extravaganza, Maker’s Shoes partnered with two luxury swimwear designers, Aquarella and Naila, to strut their new collection of trendy shoes on leggy fashion swimwear models.
The event was strictly invitation only and attracted the media, buyers, fashionistas, celebrities and Miami’s elite. In addition to shoes, accessories were also provided by Maker’s Shoes. Alexa Martinez is the head of the accessories department and wife of the CEO, Rodman Martinez.
“We were thrilled to partner with Aquarella and Naila. It was great to see our styles Yani 4 and 8, Sidney 3 and Danna 1 and 2 strut down the runway,” says Rodman Martinez, CEO of Maker’s Shoes.
“We provided shoes to Aquarella and shoes and accessories to Naila. We were so proud to see how our colorful spring/summer 2013 collection was really able to complement the swimwear models and their stylish ensembles,” says Gonzalo Martinez, Co-Founder of Maker’s Shoes.
Established in 2006, Maker’s Shoes is a family owned business located in Miami, Florida that sells the latest high-end fashion shoes, apparel and accessories at affordable prices. Founded by the Martinez brothers, it has expanded rapidly throughout the U.S and internationally due to their ability to forecast fashion trends. Maker’s Shoes has also earned itself a reputation as a celebrity brand and is worn by many A-list celebrities. Wholesale and retail available.
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