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The Lila Nikole Collection is quickly becoming one of the fastes

Posted by BMD Admin on 07/13/2012

Categories: BIKINI   

The Lila Nikole Collection is quickly becoming one of the fastest rising brands in the swimwear industry. After making the transition from Amaya Swimwear in 2009, the newly revamped swimwear brand has only moved in one direction—forward. With each passing year, the momentum continues to build as a direct result from the effort, creativity and fashion forward instincts of the designer, Lila Nikole Rivera.

The Lila Nikole Collection has graced the pages of such magazine publications as Elle, Fitness RX, 944, The Source, Ebony, Vibe and many more.  She has worked with a great number of celebrities from Will Smith, Kim Kardashian, Jenny McCarthy, Keyshia Cole, and Trey Songz, to Chris Brown, Selita Banks, Tocarra Jones, and Sean “Diddy” Combs which resulted in her becoming labeled as the celebrity’s favorite swimwear designer. The list continues to grow.

After the tremendous traffic that poured to her website from her third appearance on BET’s Rip The Runway in 2011, with hits numbering in the hundreds of thousands, the Lila Nikole Collection became a recognizable brand throughout the country. The demand and orders quickly followed and every major swimwear event began reaching out to feature Lila Nikole’s collection in their shows, including Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Swim. If that wasn’t enough, Lila is now in collaboration with the NFL after teaming up with the Miami Dolphins to provide swimwear for the cheerleader’s swimsuit calendar, and a host of other teams have now opted for the same.