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    Posted June 14, 2014 by
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    LFH (Love For Humanity) Swim Premieres Hollywood Starlet and Tropics Collection at {E}NTER Boutique in Beverly Hills


    June 14, 2014-


    Beverly Hills, CA – Inspired by some of the greatest moments in Hollywood history and most coveted beach resorts, Michelle Celeste’s beautifully designed LFH Swim collection was unveiled at the fashionable {E}NTER Boutique located in Southern California’s trendiest neighborhood.


    The sensuous one and two-piece suits plus daring cover-ups are designed to bring on the scorching-hot summer heat even on the cloudiest of days. The introductory LFH Swim collection includes 14 bikini, 4 one-piece, and 8 cover-up designs. According to founder/designer Michelle Celeste, “Swimwear is the kind of garment that represents fun, carefree times. Women today want to be as best-dressed as possible whether poolside, at the beach, boating, or on a tropical getaway. My fearless designs invoke a sensual, flirty and fearless attitude that demand to be noticed.”


    Every silhouette in the LFH Swim collection is created with a generous heart and an environmental purpose. The eco-sustainable, luxuriously-soft pieces are made from recycled plastic water bottles and recycled nylon, which translates to keeping up to 12 plastic water bottles out of landfills for every item in the collection..


    The Made in the USA standard helps support the local economy and reduces the carbon footprint. And, with every piece sold LFH Swim makes a donation to Feed The Children, which provides a nutritious meal to a starving child in America.


    LFH Swim 2014 collection is available now exclusively at {E}nter Boutique and online at:


    About LFH Swim
    The beauty with a purpose swimwear line was conceptualized and introduced by Michelle Celeste in 2014. The entire collection employs eco-standards by using recycled materials in their collection. All pieces are made in the USA and available at specialty retailers and online:


    About Feed The Children
    Founded in 1979, Feed The Children is a non-profit relief organization whose stated mission is “providing hope and resources for those without life’s essentials”.




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    Michelle Celeste
    LFH Swim

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