El fotógrafo y diseñador estadounidense Joel Alvarez presentó su nueva colección de trajes de baño en la Semana de la Moda de Baño en Miami.

Pero ¿por qué son tan excepcionales las prendas diseñadas por Alvarez?

El hecho es que estos conjuntos no se ponen, sino que se pegan a la piel, ya que son hechos de cinta adhesiva.

La marca Black Tape Project comparte los diseños —que no dejan a nadie indiferente— en su cuenta de Instagram, donde ya tiene más de 270.000 seguidores.

Very huge and special thanks to someone very little of you know has had a huge impact on my career. @erikrosete of the @artheartsfashion. About 4 years ago he allowed me to collaborate in one of his infamous mrtriplex shows in LA and that was my first experience in the fashion. This year he calls me and invited me to headline his show for Miami swim week. With out a doubt this was one of those crazy fun filled weeks in my home town but if it wasn’t for Eric and his team guiding me through the madness of what comes with fashion and all the hard work from every one involved. I can’t thank you enough Eric and every one at the artsheartsfashion family. The show received so much buzz, models lining up to walk for me and the fans that came out to support. . . If you missed the show I did something a little different. I created 13 designs to walk but I worked on one live in the intro of the show just to give you an idea of what goes into the designs. The designed I showcased were a mixture of old and new designs. I created a few to imitate swimwear in theme of Miami swim week. The design I created live is one of the more basic designs as the ones walking took close to an hour to prepare. We finished all 13 designs just minutes prior to the show. . . #miamiswimweek #miamiswim #swimmiami #swimlife #blacktapeproject #artheartsfashion #fashionweek #miami #goldtape #blacktape.

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