3 Fashion-Forward Brands to Check Out in July

Paradise Designs resort collection, new Prive Revaux eyewear styles, and Urbanica Hotels are the talk of the town in this month's mix

Paradise Ranch

Must-have beach essentials

A beach-to-street resort lifestyle brand that includes swimsuits and cover-ups that seamlessly move from poolside to the bar, and anywhere else around town, the Paradise Ranch Designs resort collection was created in 2016 for women of all ages seeking stylish, fashion-forward swimsuits with more coverage, and versatile, water-friendly pieces that can be combined to suit the occasion. The mix-and-match pieces are perfect traveling companions for the modern woman: swimsuits with matching zip-up skirts, cover-ups and mesh pants. Created by Kristyn Goddard, founder of Paradise Ranch, and manufactured in Los Angeles, the collection incorporates lavish fabrications, supple mesh inserts, bold graphics and flattering body-conscious silhouettes for all body types from XS-XL.. To purchase, visit paradiseranchdesigns.com.

Eye on Style

Supplement your sunglass collection with the super-cool styles from Prive Revaux.

In Miami, your sunglass collection is never complete. It goes on and on for infinity, like the heat and the blazing sun. And while designer shades are always en vogue, you can get the look of them—many times over, for a lot less $$—with Prive Revaux. Their latest collections embrace everything ranging from tiny lenses—check out The Matrix—to dazzling bold-colored frames, like those on The Monroe, to the ultra-chic The Mads, featuring a rimless style and cool brow bar. And there are plenty more new styles where those came from for summer—all starting at $29.95. Get yours now at priverevaux.com.

Mo’ Hotels

Urbanica hotels are popping up here, there and everywhere across Miami Beach.

Urbanica The Hotels developers Diego Colmenero and Charlie Porchetto, creators of The Meridian Hotel in Miami Beach, have three more properties in the works for Miami, all slated to open by 2020, effectively creating its own hospitality district in South Beach. The Kaskades Hotel at 300 17th Street opened in April and is managed by Urbanica as an independent operation, though it’s similar in design to The Meridian Hotel. The Euclid Hotel, located at 426 Euclid Avenue, is currently under construction and slated to open this summer with 30 guestrooms and Orilla, the sister restaurant to their first outpost in Argentina. The Fifth, at 803 Fifth Street, is set for 2020, with 50 guestrooms, on-site parking and a quaint restaurant. And the company’s expansion plans in Miami don’t stop there: The Biscayne, at 3200 Biscayne Boulevard in the burgeoning Edgewater area, is also scheduled to open late next year, with 210 guestrooms, approximately 5,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor, a 7,000-square-foot rooftop pool, a bar and entertainment space. “We wanted to offer something new to this area as we felt Edgewater lacked luxury hotels to complement its upscale community filled with high- rise condominiums and notable restaurants,” say the hoteliers. “We see Miami as the world’s next great metropolis, and our goal is to enrich the lives of both visitors and locals. We have been visiting since our childhoods and are drawn to city’s multicultural energy, scenic vistas and cool vibe. Our goal is to create warm, friendly and attentive environments in Miami’s hippest neighborhoods, where our guests feel immediately at home.” For more information, visit urbanicahotels.com.

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