Swim season has officially arrived, and there are so many great pieces on the market right now. From the three-piece swimsuits that are defining summer style to sporty pieces that are just starting to bubble up, there are endless options to pack in your suitcase this season. We even have an entire swimsuit report dedicated to all of the biggest swimwear trends of 2021 if you want to dive into the coolest pieces of the season even further.
Rather than trends, though, right now I want to focus on some of the brands all the cool fashion girls are wearing this season. The one thing they have in common? They are all Italian swimsuit brands that are designed or produced in Italy—a country know for its textiles and expert craftsmanship. Here, you’ll find everything from just-launched swimwear collections from brands like The Attico to heritage brands including Versace that will simply never lose their cult appeal. Here are the seven Italian swimsuit brands you’ll spot fashion insiders wearing this summer…
Known for its sparkly bikinis in an array of fun shades, Oséree is a brand that's hugely popular among the fashion set. This is definitely a brand you'll find editors and influencers packing into their suitcases.
Oséree Jacquard Bikini Set ($260)
Oséree Lumire Bra & High Waisted Bikini Set ($285)
Oséree Metallic Bikini Set ($265)
Italian It brand The Attico launched swimwear this year, and it's no surprise that its bikinis and one-pieces have quickly risen to cult status this summer.
Shop The Attico:
The Attico Zebra-Print Bikini ($328)
The Attico Metallic Swimsuit ($388)
The Attico Metallic Bikini ($349)
Known for its bright prints and unique cuts, Reina Olga is a brand you can count on for cool throwback pieces that look like they were plucked from the '80s and '90s.
Shop Reina Olga:
Reina Olga Funky Swimsuit ($116)
Reina Olga Italian Stallion Terry One Piece ($195)
Reina Olga Brigitte Bikini Set ($125)
Reina Olga Italian Stallion One Piece ($195)
Versace is one of the most iconic Italian labels, and so is its swimwear. Finished with some of the brand's signature Medusa prints and chain details, its pieces are true showstoppers.
Versace Barocco One Piece Swimsuit ($650)
Versace Triangle Bikini Top ($225)
Shop the matching Bikini Briefs ($175).
Versace Chain Detail One-Piece Swimsuit ($850)
While Leslie Amon is based in France, the pieces are made in Italy. Each piece has an element of poolside glamour that you'll notice in everything from the fabric choices to the silhouettes.
Leslie Amon Maryline Bikini Top ($163)
Shop the matching Maryline Bikini Bottoms ($64).
Leslie Amon Monica Swimsuit ($200)
Leslie Amon Laura Bikini Top ($171.5)
Shop the matching Laura Bikini Bottoms ($74).
Designed in St. Barths and made in Italy, Fisch swimsuits are crafted using regenerated fishing nets and ocean waste, so they're a beautiful option if you're on the hunt for environmentally-friendly swimwear.
Fisch Coquillage Bikini Top ($125)
Shop the matching Flamands Bikini Bottoms ($110).
Fisch Regatta One Piece ($255)
Fisch Grenadins Bikini Top ($149)
Shop the matching Flamands Bikini Bottoms ($115).
Missoni's iconic bikinis are probably one of the first things you think about when it comes to Italian swimwear. They're a classic for a reason.
Missoni Chevron Two-Piece Swimsuit ($560)
Missoni Knit One-Piece Swimsuit ($685)
Missoni Mare Bikini ($445)
This article originally appeared on Who What Wear
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