Maaji Swimwear Takes You on a Pirate-Inspired Trip

The collection will be shown on July 21 at 10 p.m. at the Raleigh Hotel at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014. It's the first show for creators (and sisters) Manuela and Amalia Sierra.

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    Manuela and Amalia Sierra were inspired by a pirate trip for their 2014 collection.

    Colombian swimwear line Maaji's newest collection will take you on a magical, pirate-inspired

    The collection will be shown on July 21 at 10 p.m. at the Raleigh Hotel at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014. It's the first show for creators (and sisters) Manuela and Amalia Sierra.

    Their inspiration is a girl creating her own trip.

    "She is going to conquer the world in pirate suits," said Amalia Sierra. "For us, imagination has no limits."

    The duo will show many one-pieces, coverups and lycra shorts, which will match the batthing suits.

    Colors include black, blues, pinks, tangerines and yellows. Cuts include a bustier, a flouncer and an underwire top.

    Amalia Sierra said that the designs are reversable and the stitching is on the inside, which fits different body types well.

    The bathing suits range from $120 to $150 per set and coverups can cost up to $100.

    This year, there is also a hammock for sale, travel bags, beach bags and even turbans in brown and pink.

    It's all for the "Maaji" woman, who "loves to travel," said Sierra.

    "She likes to be different but that doesn't mean she wants to be the center of attention," she added.

     The sisters are also debuting men's swim trunks during the show.