Morena Rosa is a Brazilian fashion label that has their own swimwear label titled “Morena Rosa Beach”. This new collection has a very sophisticated, even European feel to it, which I believe they did very well. This lookbook consists of 14 styles, all modeled by the up and coming Bianca Klamt Motta.
We’ve been giving you some quick previews of upcoming collection over the past few weeks, and this new Rosa Cha swimwear collection is yet another quick blurb very worthy of a TLP-mention. The Brazilian label just launched these new pieces on the Portuguese version of their website, and we’ve got the photos!
The model is long-time Brazilian model Ana Claudia Michels.
Meriell Club is a polish swimwear label completely new to The Lingerie Post.
The brand has been doing swimwear for over 25 years in Poland, and according to their home page, aim at a much more high-end audience than most other Polish labels. With high quality fabrics, eye-catching designs and great product photography, the label really gets the Malibu-feel going, if you ask me!
At under $50 for almost all of these sets though, pricing is extremely aggressive. Have you tried Meriell Club? Please do let us know if the quality is as good as advertised through the comments section!
We’ve just shown you the Cyell Intimates Winter ’09 collection – and here we are with Cyell’s beachwear for 2009. According to Cyell, “Summer 2009 promises to become a hot season”. The collection is ablaze with color and is fashioned with an eye for a good fit and quality, the cup sizes ranging from A to F. The patterns and details of the lines create an innovative collection that really helps it (and you) stand out from the crowd. Global Mix is the main topic. It was inspired by the winds blowing in from all over the world. Hawaiian flowers, Eastern paisleys, South American and African prints unite for an international collection. Combining patterns is still in trend, as are features fashioned in shining fabrics. The collection comprises three color blocks. The patterns can be combined with each other and matched with the plain colors.
This new Cyell beachwear collection boasts a true colour explosion and stunning contrasts. Peach, coral rosy red, orange, aqua and fresh green shades with contrasting black, ivory, grey shades and deep gold.
In the global mix – all the patterns come together. Multi-colored ones with subtle fluorescent accents, brown shades with shells and wooden beads as accessories. The azure sea is reflected in iridescent fabrics and special aqua shades. A new feature are the “tube” details in Cosmo, the plain-colors line, the tubular ribbons, that are playfully attached to bikini tops and bottoms.
New in Cyells collection are the tankinis with removable foam pads, push-up bikinis and twist-style bandeau-tops. The fabrics are becoming softer and smoother and therefore even more comfortable.
Dresses are still very much in fashion, and there’s a wide range of patterns and plain colors to choose from. And there’s also a plain-colored light wear lycra line with pareo, skirt and dress as the basic equipment. And once again Cyell presents “a choice of accessories in airy Modal without which your outfit for the beach would hardly be complete”.
I like this Cyell SS09 Beachwear line. Loads of color, loads of variation! More info at cyell.com…