Pret-a-Porter by the Pool
February 14, 2012
Just as New York City’s Mercedes Benz Fashion Week wraps up on Thursday, couture comes to the Caribbean for a sexy spectacle of style hosted right at Cain, the adults-only ultra-pool and pleasure playground reserved exclusively for you and other guests of The Cove.
This Saturday, you’ll find a bevy of drop-dead Versace models showing off their assets, as well as the season’s best barely-there bikinis. (What better way to celebrate the long Presidents’ Day weekend than a swimsuit show, right? We think Washington and Lincoln would both be very proud.)
Beyond the bikinis—as if you needed more of an excuse to book a last-minute trip—there’ll be displays of the latest in luxe watches from Hublot, Chopard and Carlo Milano, plus sunglasses from top international brands and assorted other sun and sand sundries. It’s all curated just for Cove guests by local stylists—and it’s all for sale on Saturday only. So come down and get it while it’s good.
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