Joy Corrigan, co-founder of Naked Species swimwear, shared an Instagram video of herself stepping down the runway for Beach Bunny Swimwear during Paraiso, also known as Miami Swim Week, on Tuesday.
Joy Corrigan takes a walk down the ‘epic’ Beach Bunny Swimwear runway show
The 28-year-old blonde bombshell flaunted her incredible 5ft8in body while swinging around a hula hoop in a hot-pink string bikini and platform heels.
‘Such an epic show!’ Joy, who has 1.5 million social media followers, gushed.
‘Thanks for having me Beach Bunny Swimwear!’
According to Corrigan, ‘there is no single secret to a slim torso.’
‘For me, it comes from hard work and consistently eating healthy, while limiting processed foods as much as possible,’ the Massachusetts-born, North Carolina-raised beauty told Women Fitness in 2021.
‘I love to include cardio into my daily routine. Jogging or walking is my favorite.’
Joy continued: ‘Before a workout, I try to ensure I’m hydrated with plenty of water and electrolytes. I often consume ketones for an extra boost. After my workouts, I love to make a smoothie loaded with organic berries, almond butter, frozen acai, spinach, celery, cucumber, and a little protein or collagen.’
The next Beach Bunny Swimwear show, slated for June 8 at the Paraiso Tent on Miami Beach, costs $1,350 for VIP seats.
The annual fashion fair Paraiso takes place this year from June 8 to 11 in Collins Park and the surrounding region of Miami Beach.
Corrigan also shared a video of herself hanging out with her DJ pal, Charly Jordan, on Instagram.
The No Ties Model spent Monday with her boyfriend, Stealth CEO Ted Dhanik, playing with two gorgeous white kittens.
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Joy and her sister Gina Corrigan co-founded the clothing company Naked animals, which donates 10% of all revenues to the non-profit organization Wild Tomorrow Fund for endangered animals.
Corrigan is also an influencer, routinely publishing sponsored collaborations with brands such as Alo, d’Alba Piedmont, and Angara Jewelry.