Miami International Fashion Week, the largest Latin American and international fashion event in the U.S., will celebrate its 12th annual event March 18-21, 2010 with the hottest fashions from around the globe strutting down the runway. This unique fashion experience was created by Beth Sobol in 1999. The event brings together world-renowned designers, entertainers and chefs with international jet-setters, celebrities and fashionistas for a non-stop celebration.

More than 60 international designers will reveal their latest collections in women’s evening wear, prêt-a-porter, swimwear, men’s wear, jewelry and accessories. They are flying in their collections from throughout Latin America, the Caribbean, India, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Lebanon, Europe and beyond.


BethThe MIFW 2010 special guest designer is Silvia Tcherassi, one of the most creative, innovative and versatile young personalities in the world of fashion. Tcherassi has shown her prêt-a-porter collections as a special guest at the Fashion Weeks in Milan and Paris. Her unique style has been defined as having the delicateness of a ballet dancer and the strength of a rock star and was the 2001 New Star in Fashion award recipient at MIFW.

This year MIFW will take place at Midtown Miami in the trendy Wynwood Art District. This exciting new venue will host a line-up of glamorous fashion shows, jewelry and accessories marketplace, international chefs pavilion, VIP sponsor lounges and multiple fashion and art displays.

Back by popular demand is the International Culinary Arts Pavilion. Guests will savor delicacies prepared by a different celebrity chef each night, bringing to life the culinary culture of the countries represented by the international fashion designers showcased on the runway.

The star-studded Miami Moda & Music Awards® will cap off fashion week with a fanfare of fashion and entertainment including celebrity emcees and international recording artists.

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