Anita Swimwear Spring/Summer 2021

Fashion

The new Anita since 1886 beachwear collection is the ticket to a world of discovery, interweaving fashion, style and function to celebrating women. Thirteen swimwear ranges take inspiration from Italy’s picturesque Amalfi Coast, African deserts, exotic Tahiti, Japan’s special ceramic art and the underwater world of the oceans. Available up to a size 60, the functional styles present diverse looks from minimalist to chic while remaining fashionable and elegant: perfect for the beach or balcony, pool or party.

Tahiti Flair presents a vibrant leaf print with a bold, 1960s pop-art feel, combining Bordeaux, violet, corn yellow and iridescent shades of blue. The sophisticated Zebra Love range brings out the wild side in all of us with a refined zebra print on a high-quality circular knitted fabric, and what initially appears to be a graphic zebra-stripe pattern is in fact an entire herd of zebras. With its tailoring kept simple, the Carini swimsuit shines the spotlight on this extremely elaborate print, while black edging bands round off the look. Under the Sea features coral and sea creatures set against a light background, while Ethno Vibrations offers a modern take on traditional designs in the shape of a bold, graphic print in vibrant spice colours and iridescent shades of blue.

Happy Tropical is a floral, fresh range featuring a graphic leaf print in vibrant red, turquoise, lilac and graphite, romantic and ethnic all in one. Also bursting with colour is the Tropical Punch range, showcasing a graphic leaf print in graded shades of turquoise and red with black accents in an all-over print. Fauna meets flora in the 70ies Hawaii range, which pays tribute to the fashion and style of the 1970s with its fresh, vibrant and cheerful colours. The models feature a lily print with a retro feel in pink, rose, orange and white against a dark blue background with small, abstract leopard print elements, a style set to be a top trend in summer 2021.

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