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04 Sep

Hot-As-Hell Runway Review

Posted by Bikini Owner

Hot-As-Hell blurred the lines between beach and bedroom with a runway show that proves you can be beautiful with any shape, at every age, as a member of any race: In an industry so often criticized for homogenous models, HAH sent a gorgeously diverse crowd down the catwalk. Their 2017 “Le Jardin de HAH’ runway collection truly showcased a love for all kinds of beauty — and the planet as well, as proven by the brand's embrace of sustainable, biodegradable corn-sugar fabrics.

Talk about trailblazing innovation! We’re on board — and bet you’ll be, too.


Hot As Hell Model Bomber Jacket

Risqué takes a new form with Ivy Miller's butt-baring bottoms. This patch jacket, designerd by an L.A. tattoo artist, was a crowd favorite. 


Hot As Hell Model Lace Up One Piece

Ruching details, lace-up corsetting and high-leg cuts stole the show.


Hot As Hell Model Orange Dress

Eastern motifs contrasted with delicate lace was seen throughtout the entire collection. The message? Whether lightness or darkness ultimately prevails. 


Hot As Hell Model Tan Lace One Piece

We can't wait to get our hands on one of the kimono cover-ups, which made use of the intricate Asian prints used throughout the collection.


Hot As Hell Model Black Mesh Jumpsuit

While Caroline Vreeland kicked off the show with a seductive performance of Fever, this ballerina beauty floored us all.


Hot As Hell Models Floral Bikinis

And if this doesn't melt your heart, we don't know what will. 


Hot As Hell Models

We're out of words here! Net effect: totally charming. 


Hot As Hell Models Yellow Bikinis

We also need to mention: yellow. It was everywhere. Expect to see tons of it in our store. 


Hot As Hell Model White Dress

Dainty, lacy pastels floated down the runway to Beyonce's "Lemonade."


Hot As Hell Model One Piece

We leave you with our absolute favorite one-piece!