Skyler Woodcock, a young swimwear designer who grew up in Punta Mita, Mexico, hosted her first ENERGY series in Curve, Las Vegas, earlier this week, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The annual lingerie and swimwear exhibition at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
Woodcock revealed that Alt Creative Alt’s Lindsey Alt will be the exclusive representative of international retailers Skyler Swimwear at the annual trade show. “We are very excited to launch the ENERGY series of Skyler Swimwear in the Las Vegas curve and we cannot ask for a better brand representative,” she said. “Alt Creative Agency truly understands the new appeal of energy and has professional bandwidth to attract major buyers.”
Clean, cohesive and effortless; this collection inspires confidence and creativity. Energy makes your flawless fit a refreshing one. You can choose from five tops and bottoms, each designed to show your natural curves. Three vibrant tones – cherry red, white, black – become the canvas for creative expression.
Skyler swimwear is guaranteed, refined and sexy. This is the perfect travel companion. Intelligent engineering aims to balance any number by raising all the right positions. A monochrome palette becomes a bold background for your mood.
Although this is the first time that Skyler swimwear has been launched worldwide, the series launched its software in the exclusive store of Punta Mita in Riviera Nayarit, Mexico, earlier this year, and it was immediately successful. The collection is located in Belen del Mar and has three locations: PlazaOllín PuntaMita, Sayulita and La Isla Shopping Village; and the Kupri Beach Club in Punta Mitamen.
Skyler Woodcock grew up in a swimsuit on the beach in Punta Mita, Mexico. She started pursuing fashion very early, and naturally eager to create her own swimwear collection. Skyler’s design ambitions began two years ago and produced ENERGY, the first collection launched by Skyler Swimwear this summer. Skyler was born in Beverly Hills, where she spent her childhood and recently returned to Southern California to attend Loyola Marymount University. She is a major in communication.