Jun 17, 2010
SPFW: The Stylish Agua de Coco 2011 Collection!
by The Splash
Continuing our coverage of Sao Paulo Fashion Week's swimwear shows last week, we now take a look at Agua de Coco's 2011 collection.
Inspired by the World Heritage sites currently distributed among 17 locations in Brazil, swimwear designer Liana Thomaz's compositions beautifully explored the historic sites in graphics, cutouts, folds, drapings and braids. The theme was masterfully executed by Agua de Coco's creative team, conveying an urban flair to the pieces that is distinguished and very sophisticated. The palette moved from b&w and gray shades to muted watercolor shades, but also included a vibrant sea-colored pattern with a compass card design that is simply to die for!
What we most liked in Agua de Coco's collection was how, within the confines of their architectural inspirations, the design team managed to keep the silhouettes flattering, unique, and so very chic! Not that it should be a surprise, given the team's notorious creativity, but take a look at how the designs below work the geometry, cuts and folds of the swimsuits to accentuate the body - all the while keeping faithful to the theme of the collection.
With this collection, Agua de Coco assures us the next season will be an elegant, modern and stylish affair to remember. Women who crave originality, and prefer distinctive pieces with a ritzy touch will have plenty of choice with Agua de Coco's upcoming collection. We can't wait!
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