Beachwear is a particular kind of clothing, usually worn for swimming or for practicing water sports such as surfing, water polo, synchronized swimming, water skiing, kitesurfing and so on. There are many garments on the market that also differ according to the gender and age of the person wearing them. Over the years, the style of swimwear has undergone a huge evolution and has expanded its choice of cut and dressing.
Beachwear fashion 2021 consists of clothing and accessories to be worn by the sea, during a boat trip or in a restaurant in a coastal town.
Bikinis and one-piece swimsuits can be worn with colored sarongs and cover-ups. The swimwear are characterized by neutral and pastel colors, details such as laces and chains personalize the beach outfit. For this year we do not change, the new Top Cool Of The Week starts from Mara Hoffman and ends with Christopher Esber.
Mara Hoffman Beachwear Collection
Mara Hoffman founded her label in 2000 after graduating from Parsons School of Design in New York City. Now, the brand is committed to implementing more sustainable and responsible practices, focusing on sustainable materials, processes and manufacturing in order to improve and extend the life of each garment. Support and collaboration with organizations that promote social, racial and economic justice are also intrinsic to the brand structure. Expect collections with a devotion to color, each inspired and celebrated by women. You can buy it here.
Nensi Dojaka Collection
Known for its avant-garde style, the Nensi Dojaka brand conquers the fashion biz thanks to unique creations that embody the essence of a woman who is strong and delicate, sensual and subversive at the same time. Tulle, mesh and fluid jersey overlap giving life to dresses and tops with unexpected volumes and bewitching transparencies.
Young designer of Albanian origins, Nensi Dojaka launched the eponymous brand in 2017 after studying at the prestigious Central Saint Martins in London. Since then, she has developed an aesthetic inspired by the 90s in light fabrics and asymmetrical shapes, aiming to explore the many facets of femininity.
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Supreme releases Massive Attack-Inspired Capsule
Massive Attack are the latest band to join Supreme’s expanding roster of musical muses, with a new collection inspired by the artwork of the band’s 1998 Mezzanine album due out this week.
Within the range, the album’s signature scarab motif sits on a selection of soccer jerseys, button placket and shorts. Through a color wheel of black, blue and white, the iconography of the 90s receives a current residence on the modern silhouettes of Supreme. Robert Del Naja of Massive Attack, who created the insect’s original design, is credited as the line’s creative director.
The band confirmed in a tweet that they did not take part in the brand’s tribute projects; however, they gave Supreme consent prior to their creation.
Previously, Supreme has made capsules in collaboration with a multitude of bands and artists, including The Velvet Underground, Marvin Gaye, Public Enemy, The Misfits and My Bloody Valentine, among many others.
The collection inspired by the brand’s Massive Attacks is scheduled for June 17 on the brand’s webstore. Click here.
Christopher Esber Collection
Australian designer Christopher Esber founded his eponymous brand in 2010. Since starting his label in Sydney, Christopher Esber has built a global reputation for the tailored precision and purity of expression he employs to create structured flowing silhouettes. His background in tailoring has allowed the integration of structural tailoring techniques of menswear in all the pieces of the collections. The blending of masculine and feminine codes has been reformed for a sophisticated approach with elements of contemporary tailoring. You can find the collection buy it here.
Lisa Marie Fernandez – beachwear collection
The namesake label from New York designer Lisa Marie Fernandez is inspiring the world of swimming. Effortlessly glamorous, the luxury lifestyle brand uses innovative fabrics to design a label of versatile swimwear and resort garments for its global clientele to wear from the beach to the city.
Since launching in 2009, the brand has gained a celebrity following among girls who use the hashtag #LMFGIRLSONHOLIDAY to share photos of themselves posing in their swimsuits from around the world.
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The Kuboraum eyewear brand was founded in Berlin in 2012 by Livio Graziottin and Sergio Eusebi, who call their models “masks”. Inspired by themes as varied as ecology and the shamanic costume, the label’s sunglasses models are defined by sculptural silhouettes, high-tech materials and unexpected details.
The thick, round frame of Kuboraum’s beige sunglasses is designed to replicate masks, an experimental approach carried out by the founding duo, Livio Graziottin and Sergio Eusebi. They are made in Italy in smooth matte acetate with caramel brown colored lenses, then marked on the inside of the temples with a silver-colored logo.
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ORLEBAR BROWN Beachwear’s Collection
Founded by Adam Brown in 2007, Orlebar Brown has become the go-to brand, not just in beachwear, but in tailored stylish shorts in a variety of bold colors and graphic patterns. The beachwear shorts are designed to be worn for both swimming and day wear. The brand also offers a selection of relaxed t-shirts, polos and sweatshirts. You can buy it here.