Luxury Swimwear

Paulien Eeckels

6 Jun
Fashion

4 Luxury Swimwear Brands to Rock This Summer

Summer is almost here! And if you’re still looking for a beautiful bikini, bathing suit or swim short, we got you! Nowadays, the swimwear range is so big, with all kinds of online stores. So we’ve listed our five favorite luxury swimwear brands for you to spare you some time. And don’t forget, every body is a bikini body.

Myra Swim

This Australian luxury swimwear brand is known for its signature silhouettes and leans towards a minimalist style. The designs are definitely inspired by the minimalist style of the ’80s and ’90s swimwear fashion. According to Margot Robbie, Jennifer Lopez and Kourtney Kardashian Myra Swim is the luxury swimwear brand of 2019.

The brand is also featured in multiple video clips, such as Ariana Grande’s “Side to Side” featuring Nicki Minaj. Not only celebrities are crazy for this Australian swimwear brand, it was also featured by some of the world’s biggest media and fashion publications. As a result, it has recently become available at online luxury retailers such as SSENSE and Net-A-Porter.

Price point: between 50 and 190 AUD

Myra Swim worn by Jennifer Lopez

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Inamorata worn by Emily Ratajkowski

Inamorata

If this brand name sounds familiar to Emily Ratajkowski’s nickname Emrata, well… that’s the idea. Inamorata is Ratajkowski’s own luxury swimwear brand. She helps with the designs, operates the Instagram account and is involved in every step. Truly inspiring if you know that she is also one of today’s biggest super models. The brand originally started as a swimwear brand, but now also provides clothes and underwear. Inamorata is known for its special bikini designs, it’s a very playful brand. Also, her newest 80’s insprired collection just came out now.

Price point: between 75 and 160 dollars 

Oiôba

Oiôba is a Portuguese (European) brand that handmakes every piece. This swimwear brand plays with colorful, playful prints. Their SS19 Manawa Sea Nomads collection was inspired by the underwater universe and resulted in unique and detailed cut models with beautiful patterns bursting with color. A collection made for the lovers of life, travelers with the heart in the right place, for the wanderers of the sea. This luxury swimwear and fitwear brand is a coming together with luxury and positivity for the naturally colorful and healthy lifestyle soul.

Price point: between 75 and 85 euros

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Oiôba Swimwear

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Boardies Apparel

Boardies Apparel

Boardies Apparel is a luxury lifestyle brand celebrating creativity, travel and good times. But they do it deliberately, their newest “premium collection” is made out of recycled plastic and are hand-drawn designs. They also try to be sustainable by working together with a small local factory in Bali. Their philosophy is to remain a genuine, honest, inclusive brand. This brand is available online and at Urban Outfitters.

Price point: between 57 and 181 euros

Kore

Kore is the Greek word for “maiden”. This American luxury brand wants to honor the strong, beautiful goddesses who came before us and who now walk among us. Their designs are very simple, yet special. The minimalistic designs combined with creative use of color create beautiful luxury swimwear. The designs are both flattering and functional. Everything is made of the highest quality Italian materials, while practicing with sustainable and ethical standards in their design and production processes in Los Angeles. The brand also provides maillots and cover ups.

Price point: between 100 and 350 dollars

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Kore Swimwear

Photo credits: Myra Swim, Inamorata, Oiôba, Boardies Apparel and Kore.

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