Nov 24, 2009
Poko Pano 2010 Collection: A Suit for Every Taste!
by The Splash
Are you feeling more Urban Chic or Jungle Pop? Not to worry, Poko Pano's 2010 collection has a swimsuit for every mood. For her 2010 collection entitled "Connection Paris-Sao Paulo-Paris", designer Paola Robba showcases a more urban facet, with her inspirations being luxurious interiors of French chateaus and their shimmery curtains with tassel details. The Eiffel Tower is also referenced in the knotting, crisscross patterns and B&W palette. Also for this collection, Sao Paulo architecture is reflected in the shapes and cutouts applied to the beachwear, as well in the shades of brown, red and white used. Click here to shop the Poko Pano 2010 collection.
Connection Paris-Sao Paulo-Paris Collection
Shades and cuts inspired by Sao Paulo architecture.
Available at Plush: Poko Pano 2010 Jayne bikini pictured above, in white.
Knots and crisscross details evoke the Eiffel Tower
Draping, shimmery fabric and tassels inspired in luxurious French chateau interiors
Available at Plush: Poko Pano 2010 Liz One-Piece suit (above left) and
2010 Twiggy bandeau bikini (above right, more colors).
For the Jungle Princesses out there, the Amazon inspired collection from Poko Pano might be just purrr-fect for you! Paola created designs with elements typical from the region, such as the guarana plant, chile pepper, Amazon Water Lily, leopard prints, and an abundance of green shades, reds, pink, and winning B&W combinations:
Shop Poko Pano 2010
Poko Pano 2010 Collection Preview
The Models and Locations of the 2010 Swimwear Campaigns
Swimwear Designers and Their Chosen Charitable Institutions
Model Leticia Birkheuer Sizzles in a Poko Pano Suit
2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition
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