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Lila Nikole Collection is an innovative couture swimwear line which had made a strong presence in the swimwear industry. Continuously supplying fresh new swimwear styles and durable garments made with wearability and flattering silhouettes to ensure comfort and appeal. We carry a wide selection of colors and styles of swimwear ranging from bikinis, thongs one pieces and halter styles…

You name it, we have it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Lila Nikole Collection is quickly becoming one of the fastest rising brands in the swimwear industry. After making the transition from Amaya Swimwear in 2009, the newly vamped swimwear brand has only moved in one direction, forward. With each passing year, the momentum continues to build as a direct result from the effort, creativity and fashion forward instincts of the designer, Lila Nikole Rivera.

The Lila Nikole Collection has graced the pages of such magazine publications as Elle, Sports Illustrated, 944, OK!, The Source, Vibe and many more. Her work has been paired with a great number of celebrities from Will Smith, Kim Kardashian, Jenny McCarthy, Keyshia Cole, Mya, Vivica Fox, Serena WilliamsChrissy Tiegen, Sara Underwood, Jessica Perez, Erica Mena, Gigi Hadid, Farrah Abrahams, Amrezy and more, which resulted in her becoming labeled as the celebrity’s favorite swimwear designer. The list continues to grow.

After the tremendous traffic that poured to her website from her fourth appearance on BET’s Rip The Runway in 2013, with hits numbering in the hundreds of thousands, the Lila Nikole Collection became a recognizable brand throughout the country. The demand and orders quickly followed and every major swimwear events began reaching out to feature Lila Nikole’s collection in their shows. Her collection has been featured on CNN Español, Fashion TV for Best Swimwear, she provided suits for all the gorgeous ladies in competition on Nuestra Belleza Latina airing on Univision, and has been featured in the Sports Illustrated 50th Anniversary swim issue. If that wasn’t enough, Lila has also collaborated with the 10 NFL teams and 2 NBA teams to provide swimwear for the cheerleader’s swimsuit calendar, including custom design suits for the kick of the NFL season event and HBO’s Hard Knocks: Miami Dolphins.

The Lila Nikole Collection was a vision, built from the ground up into a successful business on the drive and initiative of the designer, and Lila Nikole’s journey of success that created a powerful swimwear brand has not gone unnoticed. Her ability to build her company to where it is, made her a subject of interest in a collegiate psychology class, becoming one of the subject features in the latest edition of the Feldman University Psychology Course Text Book.

 

Lila Nikole’s ability as a designer to provide a product that blends the mainstream industry fashion trends of a corporate powerhouse and the quality and care of a family owned business. She incorporates her Latin heritage, South Florida roots and love for music into the design concepts and themes. Lila Nikole has become one of the fashion industry's leading swimwear designers. Every suit is made with the customer in mind and that same compassion has made the Lila Nikole Collection not just successful in business, but in the nature of giving back as well. Being involved with such charities and foundations as Project Save Imagination, Make A Wish, Boys & Girls Club of Miami, Food Bank For Hunger NYC, Chapman Partnership for Women and Children, Share Our Strength, and even Miami Dolphins Cystic Fibrosis, Lila Nikole understands that success is not just about what one can achieve for themselves, but also how well they serve others.

 

TV Shows

 

FTV
Fashion One TV
VH1 Love & Hip Hop Miami
E! Last Model Standing
HBO Hard Knocks
VH1 Best Week Ever
Deco Drive
BET Rip The Runway 2007
BET Rip The Runway 2008
BET Rip The Runway 2011
BET Rip The Runway 2013
BET Hip Hop Awards 2016
BET Hip Hop Awards 2017
Soul Train Awards 2017
CNN Notimujer
Telemundo Levantate
Univision Nuestro Belleza Latina
BET Designers Studio
BET Spring Bling
NBC Morning Show
NBC In The Mix
Univision Sal Y Pimiento
MTV3 Rock Dinner
IA Live
Inside Couture
Non Stop Miami
The Beach Channel
On The Mike
WSVN Morning Show
Radio Planet TV
The Round Table
Plum TV

 

 

 

 

 

 

Editorials

 

Vogue Magazine
Sports Illustrated Swim Magazine
GQ Italia
Elle Magazine
Cosmopolitan Magazine
Nikki Beach
Style Magazine
AOL Style
Trend Luxury Magazine
Shecky's Must Have
OK Magazine
Refinery 29
Huffington Post
The Daily Front Row
In The Scene Magazine
Sun Sentinel Newspaper
City and Shore Magazine
Lowrider Magazine
Elegant Magazine
Soul Nation Magazine
Ebony Magazine
Boca Magazine
Flip Zone Magazine
Smooth Magazine
King Magazine
In Focus Magazine
Nicole Art Magazine
FGM Magazine
Glamoholic Magazine
Mod Magazine Miami
New Times
Black Men's Magazine
Fashion Maniac
Planet Pit Que Rico
360 Magazine
Cigar Snob
Hip Hop Weekly
Parkland Lifestyle

 

  

Who Wears LNC

 

Kim Kardashian
Chrissy Teigan
Mia Kang
Emily Didonalto
Gigi Hadid
Chanel Iman
Sara Underwood
Emily Ratajkowski
Hailey Clauson
Lana-  WWE Total Divas
Jenny McCarthy
Padma Lakshi- Top Chef
Keyshia Cole
Trina
Niecey Nash- Claws
Hanna Davis- Jeter
Adriene Bailon
Julisa Bermudez
Chloe Holmes- True Blood
Rocsi Diaz- E! Entertainment
Tika Supter- Gossip Girl
Steph Lecor- We The Best Artist
Amara La Negra- Recording Artist
Denyce Lawton- House Of Payne
Mya
Vivica Fox
Will Smith
Daymond John- Shark Tank

 

 

 

Reality TV & Social Media Stars

 

Amrezy- Amra Olevic
Claudia Jordan- Celebrity Apprentice
Erica Mena- Love and Hip Hop
Evelyn Lozada- Basketball Wives
Veronica Vega- VH1 Love & Hip Hop
Michelle Pooch- VH1 Love & Hip Hop
Malik Williams - VH1 Love & Hip Hop
Prince - VH1 Love & Hip Hop
Jefferey White- VH1 Love & Hip Hop
Gabrielle Davie - VH1 Love & Hip Hop
Black Chyna
Ayisha Diaz - VH1 Love & Hip Hop
Cyn Santana - VH1 Love & Hip Hop
Kimbella- VH1 Love & Hip Hop
Tahiry Jones- VH1 Love & Hip Hop
Yes Julz
K Foxx- Radio Personality
Patty Stranger- Millionaire Matchmaker
Kenya Moore- Atlanta Housewives
Porscha Williams- Atlanta Housewives
Phaedra Parks- Atlanta Housewives
Cynthia Bailey- Atlanta Housewives
Farrah Abrahams- Teen Mom
Metisha Shaefer- WAGS Miami
Hencha- WAGS Miami
Brandi rhodes- WAGS Atlanta
Tila Tequila
Hoops- Flavor OF Love
Delishis- Flavor OF Love
Draya Michelle- Basketball Wives
Aisha Thalia
Big Ang- Mob Wives
Mike Grives- Baller Wives

Styling & Costume Work

 

DJ Khaled- BET Hip Hop Awards
Cardi B- BET Hip Hop Awards
Migos- BET Hip Hop Awards
Playboi Carti- BET Hip Hop Awards
Uncle Luke- BET Hip Hop Awards
Gucci Mane- BET Hip Hop Awards
Toni Braxton- Soul Train Awards
112- Soul Train Awards
Keyshia Cole- Soul Train Awards
Soul Train Awards Dancers

NFL & NBA Collaborations

 

Miami Dolphins
Indianapolis Colts
New Orleans Saints
Cincinatti Bengals
Denver Broncos
Atlanta Falcons
New England Patriots
Jacksonville Jaguars
Oakland Raiders Cleveland
Cavaliers Boston Celtics

 

 

 

 Lila Nikole Rivera knows the importance of giving back to the community and how important it is to help children further their education. In 2012, Project Save Imagination was created. The purpose of this foundation is to keep the arts a vital part of children’s lives and education in order to inspire, empower and further enhance their imagination, creativity, and ability of self-expression.

Driven Inspiration:

Project Save Imagination is a 501 C non profit charity based initiative that aims to support students who have an avid interest in the arts but may not have the money or opportunity to pursue their dreams. We at Project Save Imagination would like to help provide for, assist, and support any and all Arts and Music Programs, locally and nationally, that possess a means and safe haven for underprivileged or at risk youth to be introduced to the various forms of artistic creativity. We will do our part in aiding the collaborative efforts of other foundations to implement art integration in impoverished communities and schools. A child’s mind is a precious and fragile thing, full of wonderment, vitality, and amazing capabilities, and as it is important for their development and functionality to learn Math, Science, Social Studies, and English/Literature, it is equally important to learn and enhance their creative thinking and imagination through the arts.

Lack of funding should not be an excuse to deny a child a healthy portion of their development by allowing them to discover a special talent they may have, or simply enhancing their confidence in having the ability to express themselves through various means. That being said, ultimately, we aim to see arts programs not only return to the education system, in all schools, but also see it established as part of their core curriculum. Whether it’s music, painting, drawing, creative writing, theatre, or photography, it all should be available for any and all youth on their road to adulthood.

The Reason:

It’s no secret that when public schools undergo budget cuts, the first on the chopping block are the arts programs. In this growing climate of assessment based education, where creativity and imagination get put on the back burner to core academic tests that are the basis to measure achievement, some of the school boards and superintendents seem to gravely overlook the vital benefits of the arts and the role it can play in a child’s overall development.

Obviously we understand the essential need for the core basics of education like Math, Science, and English/Literature, but the enhancement of a child’s creativity is just as crucial to their learning process. It all plays a vital part, and the monotony of the core basics need to blend with the element of a child’s need to express themselves creatively and artistically, which provides a more well-rounded education. A child doesn’t have to be the next Mozart or Van Gogh to benefit from experiencing the arts and its ability to help them reach their full potential. A mind with a greater freedom of imagination can reach greater peaks of growth and the inception of great ideas, and this world of ours faces enormous challenges because of the absence of great ideas.

It was the breakthrough of art, after all, that took us from the Neanderthal to the forward thinking human beings we became, and we intend to save and enhance imagination, one striving youth at a time. We intend to save imagination one student at a time!

Charites we have worked with

Project Save Imagination
Art Studio Miami
Susan G komen
Chapman Partnership for Women and Children
DJ Irie Foundation
Friends Of South Beach
Project Save Imagination
Soulfrito Arts Foundation
Art For Progress
Make A Wish
Boys & Girls Club of Miami
Share Our Strength
Garden of Eden AIDS Benefit
Food Bank For Hunger NYC
Miami Dolphins Cystic Fibrosis