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Brazilian designer to present swimwear line at Grammy's
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Jan '13
Emily Gonzaga, Brazilian designer, creative director and founder of D’Milikah, a Brazilian fashion house, is heading to Hollywood!

Gonzaga will present her 2013 Swimwear Collection at the upcoming 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards Gift Lounge.

Five exceptional pieces from the D'Milikah Swimwear Collection will be showcased. Celebrities can meet the designer face-to-face and take home the swimsuit they love most.

The Gift Lounge gives GRAMMY presenters and performers an exclusive introduction to new and exciting products. The Lounge is a private event, open only to GRAMMY invitees and media during GRAMMY rehearsals, Feb. 7-9. The 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards air live on Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT (7 p.m. Central) on CBS.

The D’Milikah swimwear line is Brazilian-inspired, with a touch of Italian handcrafting adorning each unique piece. Stepping away from the traditional idea of the “perfect Brazilian body,” Gonzaga decided her line would capture the essence of everyday “real women.” D’Milikah specializes in flattering swimwear for women of all sizes. The new summer collection entitled “Blurry Feminine” is a blend of 80s vibes and fun animal prints.

This year's Celebrity Gift Lounge is once again produced by Distinctive Assets, an LA based entertainment marketing company. Founder, Lash Fary, is credited with launching the marketing craze of celebrity swag more than a decade ago. Distinctive Assets invited D'Milikah to this celebrity-studded event.

The Brazilian born and Northern Virginia based designer says, she’s thrilled her brand was selected amongst such a small elite group.

D'Milikah


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