For the first time ever, PrettyLittleThing unveiled a collection at Miami Swim Week!
The exciting debut took place on July 8 at the Temple House, which transported guests to an underwater oasis. A total of 28 models, activists and influencers — such as Tokyo Styles, Bruna Lima and Anna Sarol — wore the designs while guests like PrettyLittleThing Creative Director Teyana Taylor and brand ambassador Karrueche Tran watched from the front row.
As the ladies strutted their stuff down the water-filled runway, attendees were simultaneously treated to an energetic performance by Swae Lee and Burna Boy.
All of the styles — which included one pieces, triangle bikini tops, bandanas and cover-ups — seen at the show can be bought online starting August 7.
Scroll down to see what the stars wore to the fun event!
Who needs pants, anyway? The reality star donned a black high-waisted two-piece, thigh-high heeled boots and a pink belted blazer to the shindig.
Pippen added some sparkle to her ensemble with a diamond necklace and an ombré pink sequined handbag.
The Claws actress was pretty in pink in a corset-inspired tank and matching pants. Both of the pieces featured vertical stitching in a pale pink color that perfectly coordinated with her slip on heels. Tran accessorized with plenty of gold jewelry, including an ankle bracelet and a watch.
"One night in miami," the model captioned a photo on Instagram, where she was wearing the same menswear-inspired orange dress. She wore a pair of trendy slip-on heels and carried a unique purse.
Abs of steel! The star, who recently took the top spot on Maxim's Hot 100 list, dropped jaws in her frock, which featured a halter neck, a cut-out at the waist and sarong-style skirt.
Needless to say, Taylor was feeling herself in the sexy outfit, prompting her to write on Instagram, "This pic deserves her own moment too."
The Victoria's Secret stunner kept it simple in a light blue halter-style dress, fashioning her hair into perfect beachy waves. She attended the event alongside BFF Shaik, who she referred to as a "smoke show" on social media.