a Havana cuba-Inspired collection by denisse diaz swimwear
The Havana Nights Summer/Spring 2018 collection is rich in vibrant colors and exploding patterns, perfectly capturing the character of Cuba and taking you back in time to the vast culture of a country trapped in time.
Shop the 2018 Havana Nights Summer/Spring Collection - It is available at Bikiniondemand.com South Beach Miami.
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Born in Cuba but raised in Miami since the age of four, Norys developed at an early age a passion for fashion and style. She started fashion school in 1994 and opened her manufacturing factory and two boutiques in 1997 in the city of Coral Gables and Coconut Grove. She won Fashion Designer of the year with the Chamber of Commerce at the age of 22 and her custom Couture line and ready to wear line were also sold in various boutiques in Miami. During this time her seven year old niece, Denisse Diaz, would visit her boutiques and factory and loved every minute of it. She was fascinated with the sewing machines and loved to help with anything that she could. Their fashion conversations started very early and they would always talk about how one day they would do something together in the fashion world. In 2001, Norys closed her manufacturing factory because all of the factories in Miami were moving to Dominican Republic and the economy was not doing well. She became a housewife and stayed home with her three kids and assisted her husband with his logistics company. After many years, Denisse decided to also attend art school and graduated from Miami International University of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Fashion Design. In the past, Denisse has had the privilege of having her garments walk the runway at Funkshion Fashion Week and at Miami Swimweek.
Now at the age of 42 and 27, Norys and Denisse wish to share their creativity with the world and are excited to launch their swimsuit and Resort wear line with exquisite style and great attention to detail. Their vibrant colors and unique prints reflect their Latin roots and the Miami lifestyle.