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Underboob, barely-there and high-waisted bikini trends look like they won’t be going away anytime soon. Given what we’ve seen at 2019 Mia...

Most talked looks from Miami Swim Week 2019

Underboob, barely-there and high-waisted bikini trends look like they won’t be going away anytime soon.

Given what we’ve seen at 2019 Miami Swim Week, which runs until Tuesday, prominent and emerging swimwear designers are sticking with what people have been loving of the 2019 swimwear trends.

The annual trade show, now in its 37th year, showcases collections at runway shows and pop-ups.

There were certainly some bizarre and almost outrageous beach looks on show, like what’s been dubbed the ‘most uncomfortable doily-kini’ ever featured at the Pas Jalou swimwear show.

Luckily though this year’s Miami Swim Week also made headlines for much better reasons - using the event to feature a diverse range of models on their runways, including those of all sizes and ethnicities.

There was 21-year-old Halima Aden , who opened the Sports Illustrated show in a silver burkini. Fifty-five-year-old actor Kathy Jacobs strutted her stuff, as did Christie Valdiserri, who lives with alopecia. Christie pulled off her wig and posed for photos at the end of the runway.

And former professional dancer turned model Djaniel Carter left everyone in awe. Having sustained “traumatic injuries to both of her legs” she also battles an underlying medical condition that leaves her in constant pain, extremely fatigued and often unable to walk.

And yet, after being wheeled onto the runway by Sports Illustrated Swimsuit editor MJ Day, she managed to stand up and strike a pose for cameras.

Some of the most talked about looks from Miami Swim Week 2019. Photos: Getty

This swimsuit featured on the runway during PAS JALOU SWIMWEAR show left many people scratching their heads. From what looks to be very 'uncomfortable' material, to the fact there is barely any coverage down below it certainly turned heads. Photo: Getty

The underboob
The underboob is here to stay with many designers pushing the limits with the trend. Photo: Getty

Barely-there swimsuit
A model walks the runway at the Monica Hansen beachwear show in a swimsuit that doesn't feature much material at all. Photo: Getty

The buckle
Buckles were also seen a lot on many runways during Miami Swim Week 2019. Photo: Getty

The glorious trend which has seen a revival since it's hay-day in the 80s. Although it is still often questioned as to whether it is comfortable to wear.

Sequins were a go-to for this season.

But most of the sequin designs did actually look great on everyone. Photo: Getty

Invisible straps
When all you need is just a bit of material to 'barely' cover your modesty. Photo: Getty

This look combines the buckle trend with metallic materials, which also featured heavily on the catwalk. Photo: Getty

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