Texas Fashion Models go Global for Miami Swim Week Digital

Texas Fashion Models go Global for Miami Swim Week Digital

Summer is here and well into our quarantine life, we wanted to bring you some exciting news! DX2 Texas fashion models are making their first-ever debut in one of the largest summer runway fashion shows in the U.S., Miami Swim Week 2020. In place of the annual live event, Miami Swim Week will go digital this July and draw an even larger audience reaching over 10,000 viewers and streaming over 600+ media outlets globally. With the virtual nature and culture we are living in today, this show is expected to be seen worldwide. Make no mistake, our Texas talent continues to make waves in the fashion industry and we are so proud.

DX2 Model photoshoot for Miami Swim Week Digital
Directed by Doug Douglas & Deuce Wanier

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DX2 Model Brittney Elzy wearing Eido Swimwear photographed by Captured Me Photography

At the forefront leading his models, Austin Texas fashion entrepreneur and owner Doug Douglas, of Capture Me Photo and DX2 Model Management, is gearing up with his creative partner Deuce Wanier, a long time musician, producer, and videographer of ATX, to curate a 10min segment that will air during Miami Swim Week this month. This duo is pulling out all the stops to include showing off the swimwear from multi-angles, by utilizing a drone, props, and one of the many unique locations in the ATX in less than two weeks time.

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DX2 models have walked for some of the largest and most prestigious fashion shows that Texas has to offer, but one career goal set out by the models was to walk in a show outside of their home state this year and amongst their top choice was Miami Swim Week. “If you’re going to have a goal, and you want to grab attention, Miami Swim Week is the place you want to be. It’s huge. It provides us with a large audience, great fashion, and a great environment to make an impact!” says DX2 Model Founder, Doug Douglas.

DX2 Model Emma Crow wearing Eido Swimwear photographed by Captured Me Photography

In a compilation of photos and video, 15 of DX2 models will be flaunting Eido Swimwear, a fashion brand based out of Miami and known for the unique prints designed by Tayo Ishola, a Nigerian born fashion model, who they have worked within the past. “We are just so thankful that this opportunity was presented to us. It’s been a very hard year financially and emotionally with this virus shutting down everything that we had planned. This was to be our breakout year. We are making the most of what comes our way and this is certainly our biggest highlight thus far in 2020, stated Douglas.”

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DX2 Model Arianna Joslin wearing Eido Swimwear photographed by Captured Me Photography

The official dates and times of each show have not yet been released, however, you can visit the official Miami Swim Week site or check back in at the DX2 model management website to see the latest updates. Be sure to stay tuned if you want to get a peek of the DX2 models live segment this month during Miami Swim Week.

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Kaia Dublin
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Kaia is a Trendsetter Member of the Texas Fashion Industry Initiative currently learning about online fashion media and content creation through its mentorship opportunity. A fashion and music entrepreneur who is local at heart with an international outlook, Kaia Dublin is a Texas digital influencer, and fashion blogger who enjoys expressing herself with trendy-chic looks for the women on the go! Kaia also has a background in behavior health, working with children and families with special needs. Most recently she has been modeling and styling campaigns for her local fashion community and enjoys her position with Style Lush TV as their Fashion Services Coordinator.