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allSisters Swimwear: Get Ready for Summer 2017

Looking for swimwear that keeps your looks cool while surfing, swimming, paddleboarding, sunbathing or partying? Eco-friendly swimwear brand allSisters is what you need. Check out its summer 2017 campaign; a collection that surprises (once again) for not only featuring modern cuts and geometric angles in black and white, but also for emphasising your silhouette, from ocean to outfit.

Like Sol Le LeWitt’s Isometric Figures artwork, the sophistication of allSisters’ designs, such as the classic one-piece bathing suit featuring a deep v-neck, or the high mock-neck swimsuit, both contrasted by a low-cut back, distil sophistication from its simplicity. Sporty halter tops with geometric prints, seductive necklines and asymmetric backs, offer maximum support and comfort. The plus: every piece is made from sustainable techno-fabric made with Econyl® – 100% regenerated polyamide fiber from post-consumer materials.

Photographed by Hunter & Gatti, the images of this Summer 2017 collection also take a minimal approach, offering up geometric prints and polished silhouettes with models captured in sepia tones. The advertisements star Esther Rodriguez, Vanesa Ades, Julia Fort, Angelina Sporer and Miranda Marquez from UNO MODELS BARCELONA. Hairstylist Gloria Rico teases the girls sleek tresses, with Sandra Tosca on makeup duty.





Shop the new collection here.

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AVANTgarden: Be You, Be Proud

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Halloween at Sexy Fish

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Ladies of the Press at Sluice Biennial

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The Castle at the Space: SEEN Reviews

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Original Swimming Party Release ‘Biggest Curse’

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Heist Bank Beer Festival

Beer connoisseurs would do well to get themselves along to the Heist Bank Beer Festival this weekend, the 14th and 15th October. The bar in Paddington will be celebrating the finest keg and cask beers known to humanity, from UK brewers, Fourpure, Beavertown, Thornbridge and Wild Beer Co., who will headline, launching special seasonal releases …