As a former Miss New York, Miss National Sweetheart, and Radio City Rockette, Kandice Pelletier has the experience and finely tuned eye for what creates a competitive advantage in swimwear: beautifully designed pieces with timeless style, cut from superior fabrics designed to make women look and feel their best. She designs swimwear specifically to help you make that critical, head-turning first impression on the stage or at the beach.
Prior to starting Kandice Pelletier Swimwear, Kandice competed on two seasons of the CBS Emmy-award winning show The Amazing Race, was the featured coach on an episode of the show MTV Made, appeared in the movie-musical The Producers, danced alongside Hugh Jackman at The Tony Awards, and was immortalized as the Rockette wax figure in Madame Tussauds' iconic Times Square location. In April 2007, she appeared with James Gandolfini on the Annie Leibovitz shot cover of Vanity Fair magazine.
Kandice Pelletier is proud to be part of the 2% of all apparel manufacturers who are made in the USA.