When life throws you lemons, you make lemonade.

And when it sends you bubbles, don’t burst them. Rock em’ instead!

Deco’s checking out a stylish trend that’s sure to make you feel all bubbly.

Samuel E. Wright (as Sebastian): “We got no troubles, life is the bubbles, under the sea, under the sea.”

Sebastian had the right idea in the “Little Mermaid.” But here on land, Ema Savahl Couture is taking bubbles to the next level!

The Ender Bubbles Collection is taking the fashion world by storm and making a splash in SoFlo.

Ema Koja Savahl: “It means dreams. So it’s bubbles of dreams.”

There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to these looks. The outfits are all about using shapes to create an optical illusion silhouette.

Ema Koja Savahl: “I deform the shapes to become enlarged on the hips, to stretch outside, and to elongate on the waist. And when you see it from far, it gives you the illusion of a very curvaceous body.”

Now that’s one way to get ahead of the curve.

Ema Koja Savahl: “You wanna focus on something to manifest, you wear an Ender Bubbles because that’s a quantum dress. It’s gonna help you focus on the story.”

These bubbles don’t pop but they sure are poppin’. And sometimes they even come in other shapes like hearts.

Ema Koja Savahl: “I wanted something so unique that wasn’t comparable.”

Unique is putting it lightly because these outfits are meant to be more than just clothes.

Ema Koja Savahl: “Every single piece of our collection is handpainted or hand-molded because we have many techniques. And that is what makes it wearable art.”

Wearable art is right up my alley! I paired my Ender Bubble swimsuit with a big sunhat, some nautical jewelry, and a flowing tulle cover. So, How’d I do, Ema?

Ema Koja Savahl: “You look fabulous, absolutely fabulous. And I was in awe, actually. I’m like who did these pictures oh my God. Unbelieveable. Thank you, thank you!”

Aw, thank you! Emma’s collections will hit the runway at Miami Swim Week. The shows at the SLS South Beach later this month but don’t expect just bubbles because she’s got floral and crocodile patterns too.

Ema Koja Savahl: “I think that’s what encompasses my brand is it’s in service to a woman. A woman feels beautiful, feels comfortable, unique. She can express herself.”

You can see more of Ema’s designs at Miami Swim Week: The Shows on May 29th.

For more info on how to get tickets click here.

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