Is This Thing On?

Is this thing on? It certainly has been a while since our last post. We do apologize. Hopefully you’ve been following us on our Facebook and Twitter pages for the latest news on Graffinis the past few months. Sometimes it’s easier to post things as they happen as opposed to a full blown write up. But now that the dust has settled a bit we intend on being a little bit more vociferous here on The Graffinis Blog.

We recently got back from The Miami Swim Convention where we had the opportunity to meet some fantastic people from the both the retail and designing side of things. There are a lot of new and interesting brands out there and it really is inspiring to see other peoples take on swimwear design.

Prior to the swim show we shot a quick video with the lovely Nashlly Sokoli in some of our new suits for the upcoming 2012 Resort and Summer Collection. One of the suits that are really excited about is the QR Code One Piece. It was basically an idea to take the concept of a QR code and develop it into a print that would make the suit “interactive”. If the QR Code is scanned by a smartphone, iPad or other device it will automatically link you to a promo video “hidden” on our website. See it for yourself below!

[vimeo id=”26414402″]

In addition to the QR Suit we have also included our MTA One Piece, BWR String Bikini and Sea Glass Bikini which was featured in last February’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition into the video. We’re planning on adding more videos and additional suits to the 2012 Collection so you definitely want to stay tuned.

Last but not least we officially debuted our new scarf collection last week in Miami and so far the reaction has been extremely positive. They are our interpretation of our swimwear prints, but modified a bit so that they compliment the suits or any other outfit you would want to wear them with.

Until next time…

Graffinis

The post Is This Thing On? appeared first on The Official Blog of Graffinis Swimwear.

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published