Amalia and Manuela Sierra: The Dynamic Duo Behind Maaji Swimwear

 Maaji Swimwear has been one of our top swimwear brands over the past few years, and with very good reason. This is one of those one-of-a-kind swimwear brands that brings couture runway trends, colorful prints, and ultra chic designs to the swimwear world. The designer masterminds behind Maaji, sisters Manuela and Amalia Sierra, have been creating swimsuits for young women since 2002. With eclectic creations, playful prints, and innovative cuts, the new Maaji 2015 collection is full of movement, color, and unconventional shapes. Maaji is a swimwear brand that is designed especially for trendy and modern women who like to experiment with fashion and who do not sacrifice comfort for style.

For Maaji, every single detail of the garment is important. Their commitment to generating products of excellent quality, design, and innovative technology is illustrated in the Colombian company’s creations. Their secret ingredient is their incredible ability of mixing of colors, forms, silhouettes, and textures to create the perfect bikini for an day on the beach or out by the pool. Maaji swimsuits and swimwear are especially known for their use of ultra-soft, high quality nylon fabrics that will last for years to come. Not only that, but almost all Maaji swimsuits are reversible; therefore, with every suit, you get so many looks in one! The result of the “Maaji genius” is a unique product that is chic, comfy, and stylish.

But, don’t you want to know where the genius behind the brand comes from?

Manuela and Amalia Sierra

In a recent interview with Ask Miss A, Amalia stated, “my sister and I were strongly influenced by our family’s entrepreneurship and commitment to the social development of our country (Colombia), and we pursued our dream of creating a brand that would enchant us all with its unique inventiveness.”

The girls described the Maaji woman as “comfortable with herself: active and very beautiful inside.” They said, “With our suit, they have four suits in one. They can play with it and make it their unique, personal design.” Seems like the perfect reason to deem Maaji the perfect sexy swimsuit for all your summer needs.

Four suits in one. Isn’t that every girl’s dream? Amalia says, “women who experiment with fashion will love Maaji’s reversible styles and innovative combinations of colors, textures, and silhouettes. Maaji encourages women to make each suit or piece their own, styling their favorites with skirts, jackets, and heels to convert a beachy look into a window-shopping or sexy, evening ensemble.”

But it isn’t just their creative technique in introducing the world to their innovative designs, the girls also have some eco-friendly gifts to share as well. “Maaji has planted more than 70,000 trees as part of its eco-friendly campaign, ‘Planting an Ocean of Trees’ and we have big plans to expand that effort,” says Amalia.

Maaji Swimwear

Maaji also previewed their first men’s collection last year, showcasing a few male models seemingly made out of marble, sporting those summer signature colors in a masculine swimwear cut. Every detail the girls add to their women’s collection, the magic and meticulousness, was transformed into a classy and stylish menswear collection.

Maaji Swimwear

Maaji, always full of surprises, each collection is inspired by a magical surreal story, the result of a long creative process. A fascinating team of designers, garment manufacturers and pattern developers blend together all their ideas to create these little art pieces. Innovation is the hub of this whimsical world full of eclecticism and attitude. The Maaji team is constantly working to achieve the perfect fit the Maaji girl has come to love and trust.

The Maaji signature is built upon the unexpected mixture of prints, textures, cutting-edge silhouettes and the sweet, ubiquitous presence of details. This combination defines the Maaji philosophy. The result: a one of a kind product, a real piece of art. Get ready for the Maaji 2015 collection to be rolling out over the next few weeks!



Ana Lopez

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