Joan Smalls opens up about her new Smart & Sexy swimwear line, the importance of inclusivity, and making her first foray into film.
Times, they are a-changing, and we couldn't be more thrilled. In the past, plus-size women have had to settle for whatever oversized, floral, and frankly not-so-cute bathing suit they could find, but it’s 2018 and swim designs for the size 14-plus set are finally on-trend.
Gretchen Carlson announced plans to scrap the swimsuit portion, and current Miss America Cara Mund is cheering on the decision to say #byebyebikini.
Hunter McGrady made history when she was the curviest woman to appear in the 'Sports Illustrated' Swimsuit Issue. Now she's launching a swim line of her own.
Designer Eric Wu created one-piece swimsuits and swim trunks representing some of the most popular LaCroix seltzer flavors.
Between its four fashion-y lines, the launch of Universal Thread, which offers a full range at budget-friendly prices, and a collaboration with Hunter, Target really is here to outfit you for every single occasion in your life. “It’s our goal to take the stress out of swimsuit season and bring joy back to the beach by providing something for every Target guest,” the retailer posted on its A Bullseye View website. “To show off the new styles you’ll see bright, vibrant images throughout our marketing campaign — all meant to inspire guests to have fun while rocking their favorite swimsuit.
Swimsuit trends come and go, but some stick around a little longer than we anticipated. The one-shoulder bathing suit has been slipping into swim collections for a couple of years now, making us wonder whether it's time to admit that they've transcended past the "trend" phase and into "staple" territory. Summer 2018's swim line-up is rife with one strap cut-out monokinis, ruffled single shoulder bikinis, and every silhouette style in between.
Iskra Lawrence is known for being herself, unapologetically. But now the curvy model's mother Wilma, 50, is getting in on the act, starring alongside her 27-year-old daughter in Aerie's latest swimwear campaign.
Here comes the sun (kind of), and with it our favorite clothing season: swim season. In 2016, we loved the halter and sports bra-style tops, in 2017, it was all about the mini tee, and now, 2018 is bringing in belts.
The woman who popularized the "Fatkini" trend in 2012 has a new project for 2018: swimwear for all (quite literally).
The model's neon-pink two-piece hails from her own Swimsuits For All collection — though that deep tan she's rocking doesn't come with it, sadly.
The Coco Neige and Coco Beach lines designed by Karl Lagerfeld will be timed to hit select stores with Chanel’s resort and pre-fall lines.