Miami Swim Week 2011 Crystal Jin Ed Hardy Beach Bunny yellow cut-outs

From the swim runways of Crystal Jin (left), Ed Hardy (center), and Beach Bunny (right). Photos: Getty Images for IMG (3)

Day 2 of Mercedes-Benz Miami Fashion Week Swim 2011 began with a hop into Beach Bunny's wildly sexy swimwear, followed by hard-not-to-notice Ed Hardy's blinged-out tattoo suits, and wrapping up with Crystal Jin's collection that proved less is sometimes more.

Here's a breakdown of the best of the best:

Just when you thought swimwear couldn't get any sexier, Beach Bunny's Angela Chittenden and the Kardashian sisters proved us wrong. Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe, who teamed up with the designer, brought in pinup glamour mixed with over-the-top dominatrix-style suits. The trio were at the show, sitting alongside teen starlet Selena Gomez.

What commenced with solid, vibrant shades of orange and turquoise quickly morphed into more intricate pieces. Details like lace, snakeskin prints, jewels, and ruffles found their way onto ruched bottoms, bandeaux, triangle tops, and monokinis.

Even full pieces made to resemble leather oozed sex, and sometimes raunch, with S&M-style deep cutouts. Models accessorized with fishnet stockings, lace gloves, and masks, taking the naughty boudoir look to the beach. The only thing missing seemed to be handcuffs and whips.

At Ed Hardy, Christian Audigier's signature tiger head roared on everything from swimwear to accessories including pumps and oversized watches. Refreshing tie-dye patterns in shades of mango, aqua, and lime added a twist.

The designer also brought in new embellishments such as zipper accents, Lurex straps, and chain-link details. Men's board shorts seemed a bit less flashy too. Snoop Dogg's son Corde Broadus donned a few pairs on the runway that ran the gamut from preppy plaid to nautical chic.

Although the techno music was pumping, the Crystal Jin collection was anything but loud. Simple cuts were done in buttery yellows, maroons, and navies occasionally accented with a belt or barely noticeable hardware.

There were, of course, the omnipresent shades of black, white, and metallic seen in most collections, but Jin's one-piece halter tops with plunging necklines and open backs managed to have wow factor.

A few purple patterns and striped prints made an appearance, but even so, the look was demure. The line was accessorized with nude chunky heels, clear, thick bangles, and layered gold necklaces.

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