We have more pics of hot guys in tiny swimsuits and they are even sexier

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When we posted our first story about the Miami Swim Week fashion shows, we had no idea it would break the internet like it did. Apparently people are really curious about swimwear trends? Curious about choices of fabric and color? Or maybe everybody just wants to look at hot guys wearing almost no clothes.

More designers who produced shows in Miami sent us pics, including the team from STUDmuffin NYC and Hercules NYC, which squeezed their models into an assortment of swim briefs covered with spikes (photo above). Practical? Perhaps not. Although sitting on the beach would work. The spikes would just sink into the sand. We’ve given this a lot of thought.

For more traditional choices, look below. First up: Colombian designer Maaji showed some conservative men’s looks:

Fernando Alberto Atelier had fun with bright colors:

 
 
 
 
 
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Luxury fashion retailer Saks Fifth Avenue hosted a show featuring high-end labels:

 
 
 
 
 
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Mister Triple X turned up the sexy:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Then came the Argyle Grant show, which was entirely men, and let’s give a round of applause to the design house of Argyle Grant for thinking of so many different ways to sew a speedo. Feast your eyes on these pics:

Argyle Grant photos by Arun Nevader/Getty Images for Art Hearts Fashion

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