swimwear labels to know summer

The engaged one: Talia Collins Talia Collins, an ex Vogue Paris stylist launched her eponymous manufacturer with a goal to help to defend the ocean with her line of on-trend, personalizable swimwear. For each sale, 10% of profits is given to the wholesome Seas association. The engaged one: Talia Collins Talia Collins, an ex Vogue Paris stylist found her eponymous brand with a goal to help to protect the ocean with her lineup of on-trend, personalizable swimwear. For each sale, 10 percent of profits is donated to the Healthy Seas association. The engaged one: Talia Collins Talia Collins, an ex Vogue Paris stylist launched her eponymous brand with a goal to help to protect the ocean with her lineup of on-trend, personalizable swimwear. For each sale, 10% of profits is given to the wholesome Seas association.
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Ed Hunza, this ready-to-wear label started life under the management of Peter Meadows. Nowadays, the label is known as Hunza G, and is directed by Georgiana Huddart. Why we adore it? For its womanly bits with subtle sportswear accents, which come in a rainbow of sunny colors, all which are made in London, since they’ve been ever since the brand’s beginnings in 1984. Ed Hunza, this ready-to-wear label began life under the direction of Peter Meadows. Nowadays, the label is known as Hunza G, and is directed by Georgiana Huddart. The London-based brand has a remarkable claim to fame – it was one of those gowns worn by Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman. Why we adore it? For its feminine bits with subtle sportswear accents, which come in a rainbow of sunny colours, all which are created in London, since they have been since the brand’s infancy in 1984. The alluring one: Juillet Swimwear
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Debuted at September 2017,Swimwear Cover Ups rose to victory in only two years, largely thanks to its Instagram account bursting with sun-drenched photographs of its pieces. Why we love it? For its sensual layouts which have been embraced by American It-girls. We are forecasting that Parisiennes en vogue will be sporting this brand by summer 2019 – stay tuned. The artisinal one: Mylo Beachwear Highlighting the savoir-faire of Mallorcan artisans, Mylo Beachwear has be creating entirely handmade bikinis in organic fibers – often in its own trademark crochet fashion – since 2016 Why we love it: Headed up by creator Esperanza Perelló, Mylo Beachwear offers swimsuits at a palette of organic tones, sometimes elevated with details such as crochet flowers or picture details. Highlighting the savoir-faire of Mallorcan artisans, Mylo Beachwear is producing entirely handmade bikinis in natural fibers – often in its trademark crochet fashion – because 2016 Why we love itHeaded up by creator Esperanza Perelló, Mylo Beachwear offers swimsuits in a palette of natural tones, sometimes elevated with details like crochet flowers or picture details.

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