Swimsuits Trends From SS18 Catwalks

Swimsuits Trends From SS18 Catwalks


When it comes to the most important summer wear, everyone takes a deep breath! We decided to check the collections from New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks again! Here is our list of Top Swimsuits for Upcoming SS18 season.

Alberta Feretti

“I don’t want too many things,” Alberta Ferretti said to journalists at the backstage, making fluttery hand gestures. “I felt this was an important moment to look back at the past and to think about what I want for the present.” The designer has spent almost 50 years in fashion, and it is obvious that she was looking for some changes. Alberta Ferretti combined the one-pieces with studded jelly sandals and nylon windbreakers.

The SS18 swimsuits are for women, who sported their swimwear out to parties! The streamlined sensibility of those bathing suits extended in dark earth tones.




The Versace SS18 collection was split into 12 sections and presented by today’s top models. Donatella Versace drew on the prints her brother created from 1991 to 1995, as Donatella “finally found the courage to really go to the archives and pay tribute to Gianni.”

The swimsuits were brightly covered by different prints, this season she presented new butterflies look on swimsuits and bathrobes. Other bathing suits were covered by busy prints the label is known for.




The second Memento collection brought a traditional Japanese theater group to help with the show. “We wanted to tell a story of the past and the present. Emotions are running so high in America right now, and somehow this tale resonated with us,” said Humberto Leon after the show.

Accessorized with jelly shoes, white pop socks, and floppy bucket hats, the clothes had a free-spirited energy that seemed primed for a cool millennial audience.

The colorful palms and bamboo bikinis took a small part of the collection, however, that was enough for the audience to fall in love with a new Spring/Summer 2018 looks.



Maryam Nassir Zadeh

Maryam Nassir Zadeh SS18 collection was as deeply personal as the location. The designer picked running track, as it is really near and dear to her. She described each look as “trapping a moment in time” – most of them riffed on her love for the 50’s! There were plenty of classic MNZ-isms, for example –  swimwear-as-daywear. The buzzy trend that calls for wearing a designer one-piece to the beach or as a “bodysuit” under your jacket or pants. The neon pink and lime felt like a shot of good energy.

It’s arty, charming,  and as the audience like to described “sort of unsexy-on-purpose” and just a little bit strange. Zadeh calls it “odd elegance.”



Bottega Veneta

“There are easy pieces,” the designer said, “Even long dresses are just plain T-shirts.” However, the craftsmen of the Maison have embroidered every dress at Bottega Veneta. Studs, mirrors, sequins, and jewelry stand on work-wear inspired jackets, beaded fringed dresses, and velvet jumpsuit.

For SS18 collection the designer took earth, ocean, and pastel tones. The color palette was softly equipped from perfect pastels. RTW collection gave a relaxed elegance feeling, where the simplicity of the silhouette makes a connection with sophisticated decor.



Christian Dior

Dior is always a highlight of the Paris Fashion Week calendar, not only for the awe-inspiring sets and impeccable celebrity front row but for the sheer craftsmanship of each piece sent down the runway. The Spring/Summer 2018 collection was inspired by Niki de Saint Phalle, a French-American artist, and photographer whose work Chiuri stumbled on while delving through the Dior archives.

In other words, the look didn’t say “beach” at all—and if Dior thinks you should wear a swimsuit to your next party, you can bet the idea will catch on. Or maybe the designer made that on purpose because the feminist idea is even bigger this season!