Oct 15, 2009
The Models and Locations of the 2010 Swimwear Campaigns
by The Splash
Combining beautiful locations with gorgeous models wearing stunning designer swimwear - undoubtedly a mix that can't go wrong. Here's a look at the 2010 campaign choices from top designers (and our favorite looks!)
Amidst the turquoise waters and the generous Bahamian sun, models Luiza Wildberg and Luana Teifke posed for the lenses of Gui Paganini for Cia Maritima's 2010 collection.
The collection is inspired by the French fashion designer Madeleine Vionnet, the classical Greco-roman style and by contemporary Versace pieces.
Rosa Cha set model Ana Claudia Michels against the colossal and beautiful Iguacu Falls background, in the Southern part of Brazil - and they've even got a rainbow out of the shoot!
The collection was the last penned by Amir Slama but the photo shoot was closely followed by Rosa Cha's new designer, Alexandre Herchcovitch. Andre Passos was the photographer du jour.
In line with Poko Pano's commitment to bringing awareness to the ecosystem, the backdrop of the Amazon-inspired collection was shot in Sao Paulo, with a landscape filled with a variety of exotic and traditional plants.
Renowned photographer Fernando Lousa snapped beautiful shots of model Carol del Lama for Paola Robba's 2010 collection.
Designer Adriana Degreas replicated the feel of an exotic volcanic beach for her 2010 "Black Beach" campaign. Victoria Secret's Angel Alessandra Ambrosio starred in this sizzling photo shoot by Gui Paganini in a Sao Paulo studio.
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