A SoCal sustainable swimwear brand, Vitamin A’s retro-inspired styles are well-cut, come in awesome colourways and most importantly, are made from recycled nylon. Plus, the brand donates money from each sale to water conservation organisations. So much love for these Californian dreamboats.
A swimwear brand from Hawaii? Yep, we're already into this too. Kulana Kinis (or 'like paradise' in Hawaiian) is all about simple, 90s silhouettes and the prettiest prints from stripes to polka dots. Swoon.
Although Tigerlily is Sydney born and bred, its eclectic prints and patchwork patterns have so much more of a Goa getaway vibe. The label is also taking positive steps in the realm of sustainability – this year half of their swimwear was made using recycled fibres.
If your vibe is more cocktails by the beach than catching any sort of waves, may we direct you to homegrown Aussie label, Zulu and Zephyr. As well as simple scoop-neck swimmers and printed bikinis, the real masterpieces are their 100% cotton and knit coverups.
The brand Evil Twin might sound familiar to you, and TWIIN is the very same label, but renamed and rejigged. Though luxe streetwear is officially TWIIN's thing, its swimwear is some of the coolest we’ve seen this season. Think 90s necklines, ribbed stretchy cossies and unexpectedly hot hues.