For exotic lovers
Fantastic flowers on her swimsuit and a tiny turtle embroidered on swimming trunks, like secret signs, speak of a fascination with distant islands and tropical jungle.
Swimsuit, Wild Orchid | Swimming trunks, Vilebrequin
Narrow swimming trunks will immediately give him a professional athlete, and she can only match. This women's swimsuit may not be so reliable in the water, but it looks great on the shore.
Swimming trunks, Arena | Swimsuit, Calzedonia
The space age is just beginning. There is not an ounce of nostalgia in the silver llama swimsuit that Pierre Cardin would have liked, and the diver cat brings a bit of good humor here.
Swimsuit, Prism | Swimming trunks, Mr. Gugu & miss go
For real fashionistas
In Monte Carlo or Forte dei Marmi this will be appreciated: who would have thought that a golden meander pattern and a Versace medusa head or a swimsuit that so resembles a Chanel suit could be seen on the beach.
Swimming trunks, Versace | Swimsuit Lisa Marie Fernandez
For fans of the classics
Black and white swimming trunks and a one-piece swimsuit that flatter the figure like a corset are steadfastly associated with the stars of the 1950s, James Bond and his countless girlfriends.
Swimsuit, Incanto | Swimming trunks, Saint Laurent
The evolution of men's and women's swimwear over the past 100 years is covered in two three-minute Mode.com videos. And if the male images are made up of real things, then the female story is from the masterfully drawn using the Bodypaint technique.
Bathing suits a century ago resembled sports leotards with sleeves almost to the elbow and knee-length pant legs. In the mid-20s, leotards became less covered, exposing the shoulders and necks. Over the next several decades, men's swimwear develops the idea of form-fitting knitted swim shorts - with a high waist, decorative buckles on the straps and small pockets. By the mid-90s, they were replaced by loose shorts with a rope belt, which are equally appropriate for swimming in the sea, surfing, and for a cocktail at the beach bar.
In the women's segment, there was a rapid transition from the pin-up swimwear of the mid-50s to the bikini, which is still popular today. However, in the 90s, beaches around the world were full of red Baywatch swimwear, just like Pamela Anderson from Rescuers Malibu.>