3 new designer to follow for the beachwear ss19

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3 new designer to follow for the beachwear ss19


A graduate of Central Saint Martins, Emma Pake gained industry insight at Zac Posen in New York and as a buyer in London before launching her own beachwear collection. The brand’s boldly feminine bikinis and swimsuits are defined by attention to detail – from the matte hardware dyed perfectly to match, to the custom prints designed in-house.

OYE Swimwear founders and twin sisters Ayca and Zeynep Sadikoglu were inspired to create their first custom swimsuit after coming across a beautiful stone in Jaipur. Today, the handmade collections are still influenced by their global travels and include chic silhouettes that can be worn on and off the beach. Expect everything from brightly colored bikinis and one-pieces to monochrome styles.

Leslie Amon believes women of every shape should feel confident and comfortable in swimwear, which is why she uses thicker Italian fabrics and generous cuts in her collections. Made in France, just a short distance from her home in Paris, each piece is designed with versatility in mind – bikinis and one-pieces can be worn as tops and bodysuits, too. Expect ’80s-inspired statement prints, bold colors and flattering high-rise shapes.

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