Swimsuit models in Miami redefined “sex tape” when they swam the Miami Swim Week runway in a risqué bikini made entirely with different adhesives.
Sticky swimsuit is the brainchild of Black Ice Project founder, Joel Alvarez, who used a range of different binders to create chic yet equally glamorous Spartan beachwear.
The so-called King Of Tape debuted its latest line of eccentric swimwear at the Faena Forum in Miami Beach on Saturday night, wowing audiences with his MacGyver-esque design, Daily Mail reported.
Some of the more minimalist bikinis require placing several pieces of electrical tape over the model’s vicinity, similar to closed real-life censor bars. Meanwhile, other glamorous beauties strutted the catwalk adorned with intricate mosaics of multi-colored, mirror-coated and metallic adhesives that functioned as clothing and accessories from halter tops to gowns. bracelet.
In place of the bottom of a bikini, a model with diamond “scales” on a revealing bed, evokes what Ariel in “The Little Mermaid” might look like midway through the process of turning into a man.
To prevent discomfort – and possibly an accidental layer of bikini wax upon removal – Alvarez claims he uses “skin-only art tape” in his bodysuit.
Follow Black Ice Project website, the unique patterns are inspired by an encounter the designer had while working as a rookie fashion photographer back in 2008. The budding designer is said to be working worked with a model, who “suggested me to use electrical tape on her for the final look,” he says.
While Alvarez initially didn’t know why she wanted to do this, he decided to force it by wrapping her in black electrical tape, which he recounts of his maiden bikini design.
“Excuse me, she looks like two Christmas cakes wrapped in rubber bands when I’m done!” pensive fashionistas who are currently boasts more than 530,000 followers on Instagram.
A few years later and it looks like Black Tape is still around. By 2012, the tape maker began selling “its creative offerings to local Miami nightclubs” and now showcases its designs in locations around the globe, according to the website. of the fashion house.
“The locations I will be working at will post photos of the models I filmed during the night, which leads to other locations calling for prices,” Alvarez wrote, adding that before that, Alvarez wrote. When he knew it, he “flyed all over the place to places like Ibiza, Norway and Canada. “
Meanwhile, a video from the company of former Miss Puerto Rico excellence in Alvarez .’s golden tape at a charity event in Haiti that now has more than 7 million views on Facebook.
Those who want to try the designs at home can purchase adhesive rolls on the Black Tape Project website, where they sell for $9.99 for black body tape to $29.99 for other colors. .
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