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Much as we would have loved to soak up the sun and bikinis (so many thongs!) on display at Miami Swim Week were stuck inside behind our computers just like you. But we wanted to know what it was like so we asked Tracy Sedino, one half of the team behind Linda Farrow, to send us her photo diary. During Miami swim week Sedino and the LF crew presented their latest collections, hosted a karaoke bash, and randomly hung out with some NFL players. We'll let Sedino take it from here.
Miami swim week kicks off tomorrow. While the abbreviated fashion week gets as much attention for the t and a on display as it does for the swimwear, a new collab to promote Miami swim caught our eye. Hot Miami boutique The Webster, which the rest of the country has had been fortunate enough to have chance to shop lately as it's one of the shop-in-shops at Target, has teamed up with show sponsor Mercedes-Benz and Teen Vogue editor Mary Kate Steinmiller on a jewelry collections. For those of you who don't know, Steinmiller is an accomplished jewelry designer as well as a full time editor and street style catnip. In fact, her jewelry making skills probably helped land that Teen Vogue job. We caught up with Steinmiller to get all the details on her new collection for The Webster, how she got into making jewelry (she makes every piece by hand), and how she balances accessory design with a full time job at Teen Vogue.