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  • Beach Riot showed its line at Cabana
  • Jessica Sporty and Nicole Hanriot of Beach Riot
  • A Beach Riot romper and dress
  • An Acacia style at Cabana
  • Jamie Shy, right, formerly of Hi-Tech in Maui, now with Acacia Swim
  • Jenna Woodhull showing the line at the Acacia booth
  • Malia Jones, who has her own swim line, at the Cabana show
  • A Malia Jones swim style
  • Great to see Birgit Kleet and Kenna Florie of Beek at Cabana
  • New Beek sandal styles
  • Amuse Society dinner: Lisa Dorian of Le Paume, Mandy Fry of Amuse Society, Bethany Mayer of Surf Bazaar and Jennifer Binney of Samudra
  • The Amuse Society dinner
  • Richard Sanders of Stokehouse, Sammy Duvall of The Curl and Tiana Gamble of Bikini Bird at the Amuse dinner
  • Melissa Smith and Bryan Smith of Maui Nix at the Amuse dinner
  • The Amuse Society place settings
  • At the Amuse dinner - Karly Cotrell and Emily Brown of Island Water Sports, Iska Kjos of Amuse, Lindsey Cotrell of Island Water Sports, Courtney Pfeiffer of The Curl
  • At the Billabong party - Urban Outfitters Associate buyer Gloria Kim, Billabong's Allison Roberts and Deanna Jackson, Urban DMM Gina Ventresca
  • Inside the Billabong poolside cabana
  • Customized jewelry at the Billabong party
  • Nina Pechonis and Angela Salcito of BC Surf & Sport at the Billabong party
  • Billabong reps Erin Bouchard, Scott Bouchard and Liz Dwors
  • Tavik Swim at the Hammock show
  • Carly Osler and Kelly McElroy of Tavik in the Tavik suite at the W Hotel at the Hammock show
  • Tavik's Jillian Leeman showing the line to Urban Outfitters at the Hammock show
  • Vanessa Chiu and Jessica Bertucci of Agenda walking the Cabana show
  • The free coconut water at the Cabana show was popular
  • A view of one aisle at Cabana
  • The Cabana show was held in two tents
  • Triangl had an eyecatching booth
  • Cabana golf carts drove attendees around South Beach
  • The L'Oreal hair room at the Hammock show

It was a full day of swim trade shows and parties Sunday in Miami, with the Cabana show by far the busiest and liveliest of the swim shows this week.

While Cabana was the liveliest it was also the hottest, with barely-there air conditioning that had everybody sweating.

We also stopped by a party hosted by Billabong Women’s at a Miami hotel and an intimate dinner that Amuse Society hosted for retailers.

Retailers at the Amuse Society party included Nic Del Mar, Revolve, Urban Outfitters, Free People, BC Surf and Sport, Island Water Sports, The Curl, Maui Nix and others.

We have photos of everything we saw during the day in our slide show.

Today, Agenda Miami kicks off.

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