Live Review: AMI ClubWear Bikini Fashion Show @ Belasco Theater

The Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles was home to the AMI ClubWear Bikini Fashion Show this past Saturday. More than 1,200 attendees gathered at the historic, remodeled 3-story venue to dance, drink and watch beach bodied models grace the catwalk wearing the skimpiest bikinis ideal for summer. The fashion show was also coupled with a graduation celebration at the recurring club event, “Entitled Saturdays.”

If you missed the show, don’t fret. We’ve got video and photo coverage of the notable outfits. The first bikini to hit the stage was accessorized with knee-high stockings, a hat and a corset as pictured below.

A notable bikini to hit the stage was the pink striped swimsuit coupled with bows for a girly, flirtatious touch.

Another swimsuit that caught our eye was the bright green two-piece paired with green hair accessories to match. Girls can stand out by the pool wearing this outfit.

No pool is complete without the bright yellow bikini.

After an intermission where club-goers danced to pop-electro beats, the second half of the fashion show began. We saw bridal inspired bathing suits paired with tu-tu’s, veils and of course the classic white shade.

To see full coverage of the fashion show, see our slide show below:

All photos by Markus Alexander

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