Monday, 04 July 2022 09:53

BAOBAB A Sustainable and Inclusive Brand

Sustainable Colombian brand revealed their latest collection during a cruise on the Seine in Paris.

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Swimwear, and we mean good swimwear isn’t cheap. Maybe it’s time to invest in a really good piece of kit. Especially if after tucking yourself in and pushing yourself up that bikini doesn’t reflect the juicy piece of fruit that you are.

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Monday, 21 February 2022 19:27

Szn Swim Feb 2022

Szn Swim showcased their Swimwear collection at Fashions Finest emerging designer AW22 London Fashion Week showcase 19th February 2022.

Makeup: Academy of Freelance Makeup Artists (AOFM) lead #mua Mandy Gakhal
Hair: Amy Tasker, Annie Berry
Nails: Julie Bryan & team
Creative Director: Tanya Beresford
Lead stylist: Leighanne Krystal
Assistant Stylist: Raahim Khan
Student Stylists: College of North West London
Photographer: VR Agency

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Wednesday, 16 February 2022 21:35

Printed Swimwear for the Wild At Heart

Introducing Flores de Melo Swimwear – the collection with vibrant prints and stories to tell.

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Are you waiting for the summer season for a nice swim? The wait can be long, but Pink House Mustique is ready with its newest sustainable swimwear collection for men and kids.

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Thursday, 22 July 2021 14:39

Halo by Dancing Leopard. New life to nylon

To be more sustainable, how much can a brand change? Considerably and, sometimes, the renovation leads to new projects without denying their origins. The British-Ibizan label Dancing Leopard presents Halo, a brand-new label consisting of three mini collections.

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Monday, 01 July 2019 18:37

HOW TO LOOK STYLISH EVEN WHILE SWIMMING

If you've decided to take up swimming, then well done - that slim-but-muscular physique you've been yearning for could be just a few laps away.

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Thursday, 04 April 2019 21:11

Bikini Trends: From the Runway to the Beach

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As the days grow longer and the weather grows warmer, swimwear trends are slowly edging their way to the forefront of the fashion scene. Like any other in-vogue fashion trend, popular swimsuit design changes from year to year. You can root through your closet for last year’s classic style, but if you want to fill your summer wardrobe with eye-catching bikinis and chic one-pieces, you have to keep up with the current cuts and styles.

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Thankfully, swimwear fashion debuts early. In fact, Miami Swim Week premiered some of the top runway trends in swimsuit fashion that will be all over the beach this year. Here are some of the best styles you should be looking out for, inspired by runway designs.

High-Cut Legs

Although high-cut legs are not a new trend in swimwear fashion, they are a particularly flattering one. Falling higher on the hips, this style elongates your legs and lengthens your entire figure. They can appear in high-waisted or low-rise bottoms, but either way, they are particularly complimentary on almost any body type.

This season, high-cut legs will become especially prominent. You’ll see them paired with a high-rise waistband and a skimpy cut, creating a look that extends your figure while simultaneously drawing attention to your backside. 

Retro

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Trends are nothing if not cyclical, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that retro styles continuously work their way in and out of popular fashion. This season, retro is back again, primarily featuring styles that evoke 80’s and 90’s fashion. Sporty tankinis, ruching along the bodice, and vivid prints and neon colours will be prominent by the seaside. Polka dots and zippered details will be especially popular, along with suits that feature a little more coverage. Accessorized correctly, you could even pull off many of these timeless styles as a trendy streetwear outfit., you could even pull off many of these timeless styles as a trendy streetwear outfit.

Animal Print

Animal prints have been bringing their wild but neutral look to the runway for several seasons, and it doesn’t appear that they’ll be stopping any time soon. At the same time, animal rights are of the utmost importance in the current climate, so faux fabrics are the new norm. Thankfully, genuine animal skin isn’t a concern when it comes to your swimwear, allowing you to embrace this stylish look without a hint of guilt.

Classic leopard print and sleek snake print will be popular choices for trendy bikinis and one-pieces as a way of bringing flashy, animalistic flair to your day at the beach. A printed top or bottom can be paired with an article in a solid colour for a wholly sophisticated look.

Knotted Details

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Basic women’s designer swimwear doesn’t cut it anymore this season. While a sleek, no-frills look used to the height of fashion, swimwear trends are moving towards more intricate designs. Knotted details and elaborate ties are taking over the swimwear scene. Minimalism is out, embellishments that allow the suit to double as a top are in.

Stringy ties that wrap around your body multiple times are a particularly popular way to embrace this trend. If you still veer towards a simpler style, knotted waistbands and decorative ties can also allow you to add this style to your wardrobe. Either way, this season’s trends are moving towards showy adornments, rather than the austere style that was so prevalent in the past.

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Embrace the swimwear trend that resonates with your everyday sense of style, find a cut that hugs your body shape perfectly, and go out and rock it confidently!

Published in Blog
Tuesday, 08 January 2019 14:50

Introducing - Colombian swimwear brand Maaji

Founded in 2002 by sisters Manuela and Amalia Sierra, the Maaji brand has grown exponentially, and today has a retail presence in more than 50 countries, with multiple retail partners.

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