Discover the selection of ethical, and kind to the environment brands. Each of them in their own way contributes to the development of fashion towards sustainable development.
Khongboon Swimwear, luxury swimwear created by Supaporn Khongboon, presents it's newest collection showcasing updated prints, streamlined silhouettes and buttery fabrics. Inspired by the idea of a picturesque paradise, Khongboon has fused together weft fabrics with awe-inspiring prints synonymous with affordable luxury. With 12 new styles and 10 new prints, Khongboon Swimwear's SS16 collection is colorful and right on-trend for the upcoming swim season.
This year, during the 39th edition of São Paulo Fashion Week, Brazilian label Amapô presented its Spring-Summer 2016 collection full of colors, energy and 80s style, combining references to Barbarella, Miami, aerobics and David Bowie. One really interesting mixture for both girls and boys!
Yesterday, during the São Paulo Fashion Week (April 13-17, 2015), Aqua de Coco by Liana Thomaz presented its Summer 2016 collection at the Candido Portinari Park in São Paulo, Brazil.
ZOOM, the industry show for ready-to-wear, accessories and household linen manufacturers from the Euromed region (Central and western Europe, Eastern Europe, North Africa) and the Indian Ocean (Madagascar and Mauritius), is optimising its B2B strategy and expanding its sourcing offer.
JUNGLE FEVER - Bold colours teamed with natural shades give an exotic air to bikinis, cover-ups and men’s boxers. Turquoise and brown or beige and magenta create tranquil contrasts, perfect on reversible swimwear. Floral and geometric patterns can be freely paired with irregular stripes. The “fluid” look of viscose creates soft draping on asymmetric cover-ups.
CRUISE TIME - A sophisticated style expressed through two-piece swimwear and cover-ups in dress or maxi playsuit styles. "Neo-batik" blue and white are the prominent colours in a story where purples and taupes also play a role. Beads and metallic or translucent appliqués add a precious touch.
The Italian fashion house's site www.dandgstore.com will sell clothes,
accessories, beachwear, eyewear and jewellery, which will be available to 31
countries worldwide. Speaking about the website, Stefano Gabbana told WWD.com: "The
boutique is like a game. It's a fun and immediate way to shop, without space
or time limitations. We are confident it will get people even closer to D
and G's dynamic universe."
The news comes just days after the designers - whose celebrity fans include Kylie Minogue, Victoria Beckham and Naomi Campbell - announced they were cutting their prices by up to 20 per cent. Gabbana admitted people were less willing to part with their hard-earned cash during the current economic climate so have slashed the costs of their sought-after designs.
The Israeli model - who is dating actor Leonardo DiCaprio - says she has spent her life hunting for the perfect piece of beachwear and believes she has finally found it by creating a $120 swimsuit with surfwear brand Hurley.
Fronting the advertising campaign for her 'Perfect Little Black Bikini', the 23-year-old beauty said: "Anyone who knows me knows that I am obsessed with finding the perfect little black bikini, and always searching for a timeless, sexy suit with the best fit. I have never been able to find the perfect bikini, until now.