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Gabrielle Union naturally packed sultry swimwear for her trip to Miami for Art Basel. After partying in a striped Valentino mini dress and platform heels on December 2, the ‘Strange World’ star headed to the beach in a white-hot one-piece suit to enjoy some R&R with husband Dwyane Wade. With criss-cross halter straps and a neckline that hugged almost the entire front of Union’s body, the swimsuit looked bikini-like as the star posed for an Instagram roll on the sand.
“Wade County,” she captioned the video, referring to her husband’s time playing basketball for the Miami Heat. He captioned the post with three red hearts, while La La Anthony, hairstylist Larry Sims and many others showered him with plenty of well-deserved fire emoji.
Union’s one-piece is by sustainable swimwear brand Léa the Label, who tagged her on Instagram for any curious followers who wanted to copy her style. All of the brand’s swimsuits are made from materials sourced from waste products such as discarded fishing nets and industrial plastics collected from coastal communities. Union has previously resurrected other eco-conscious swim labels including Hunza G and Ookioh.
Plenty of other A-listers flocked to Florida for Art Basel last weekend, all upside down for various art shows and off-duty walks around Miami. Both Kim and Khloé Kardashian attended the W Magazine and Burberry celebration, each sporting a tiny latex bra with thigh-high boots and a black zip-up catsuit, while Lori Harvey wore a denim jumpsuit that styled like baggy jeans looked, caused a stir. Saint Laurent also threw a party where Zoë Kravitz, Hailey Bieber, Laura Harrier and other stars wore designs from the French fashion house.
Read on to shop the exact Léa the Label one-piece Union wore in Miami, and discover a few similar styles to add to your swimwear collection.