Known for designs that connect American and Brazilian sensibilities, Sinesia Karol’s eponymous fashion brand celebrated its 10-year anniversary with an exclusive dinner on July 14 at Sexy Fish Miami, the upscale eatery’s newest location. Cohosted by Cultured and Sinesia Karol, the event took place in the restaurant's dining room where attendees toasted to the success of the woman-owned brands with cocktails, wine and sushi served at floral-filled banquettes.
The elegant affair attracted athletes, entrepreneurs, influencers and fashion enthusiasts alike. Guests commended Sinesia Karol for its success-driven expansion: originally launched as a swimsuit line, the brand now includes ready-to-wear clothing, high-styled accessories and a youth line called AliTai with a men’s swimwear line currently in the works. The collections retail in boutiques across Brazil, Dubai, France, Greece, Lebanon, Portugal and the United States but despite the brand’s growth, it remains committed to its roots, collaborating with local Brazilian artists to set the latest trends in swimwear and ready-to-wear clothing.
As friends old and new caught up about summer plans, predictions for Spring Summer 2023 fashion trends and the next decade of Sinesia Karol, they also admired the restaurant itself. First opened in London in 2015, Sexy Fish quickly made a name for itself for its delicious seafood offerings, immersive entertainment and stunning interior design. Its new location in the heart of Mary Brickell Village is every bit as alluring with sea-inspired interiors designed by the award-winning Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, original artwork by Damien Hirst and a large installation of 26 exquisite fish lamps by architect and designer Frank Gehry. Its seafaring theme made for a perfect synergy for a celebration of the swimwear that made Sinesia Karol’s start and continues to lead it into the future.