The 6 Swimsuit Brands That Are Going to Be Everywhere This Summer
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While we can still rely on the tried-and-true favorites of seasons past — Solid & Striped for the everyday cool girl, Marysia and Lisa Marie Fernandez for the sophisticated ladies, Hunza G for its seersucker stretch fabric, and Mikoh and Acacia for the sporty surfer crowd — several notable new swim designers always work their way into every It-girl's beach getup.
Last year, Sidway, Galamaar, Juillet Swimwear, and ACK were among the brands making a splash. This year, there’s a new crowd cropping up. From a brand designed by a seasoned Victoria’s Secret angel to another inspired by an iconic ‘90s Kate Moss look, here are this season’s best new swimwear brands you need to know about.
Agua by Agua de Bendita
After 15 years in the contemporary swimwear market, Colombian brand Agua Bendita launched a luxury line, Agua by Agua Bendita. The line is fun and graphic, maintaining the brand’s essence with its signature colors, prints, embroidery, and Latin DNA, but in a more elevated and sophisticated way. Forget seashell jewelry, we’re on to seashell swimsuits.
To shop: modaoperandi.com
The founders built their brand around an image of Kate Moss wearing a Calvin Klein dress in the ‘90s. The result is a chic line of minimal suits with feminine detailing that come in sleek high waisted and one-piece styles. Anemone is bound to be the It-girl swim brand of the season.
To shop: anemoneswim.com
Andie Swim has the classic flattering suit down to a science. Whether you prefer one pieces or bikinis, high-waisted or cheeky bottoms, or nearly any other variety of swimsuit, you can most likely find a piece from Andie Swim that fits your style. The brand's latest collection includes a new fabric, Bloom, which offers several subtle yet playful floral prints in the brand's classic flattering styles.
To buy: andieswim.com