The Andrew Christian brand is a big name in underwear, but if their Instagram game is anything to go by, then you might want to think about checking out their swimwear options.
You don’t want to be taking yourself too seriously when you’re wearing these swim briefs, but nothing says confidence like the Massive Mesh Bikini.
Pretend you’re on the beach at Ipanema and bring some swagger to your swimwear.
The Tropics Trunk features a bold, limited edition print with a white contrast waistband and piping detail.
This is contemporary swimwear that gives you the sexiness of a booty-short cut with the retro feel of a California surf-short.
Turn up the heat with the California Sunset Palms Trunk. Bright, bold colours with black contrast waistband and trim. Perfect for turning heads pool-side or making friends on the beach.
The bright colour pops of this design slightly distract from the message that you’re sending with these eye-catching swim briefs. The Massive Street Graffiti Bikini is an easy way to let the world know that you’re worth paying attention to.
These super-sexy swim briefs probably aren’t what you’re going to wear to a family-friendly beach, but they’re ideal for a gay pool party, some clothing-optional sunbathing, or if you’re dancing in a club to earn some tips.
The Buckle Bikini comes in black or neon pink. They come off quick.
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Barak London SS19
London-based brand, Barak London, creates clean yet vibrant collections, combining the elegance of British sartorial heritage with an edge of cross-cultural cool to present a casual-luxe aesthetic.
A seamless balance between classic and modern elements achieves an effortless street-style finish. Barak references British heritage designs while offering a contemporary hit through creative pattern cutting and minimalist silhouettes.
A sophisticated neutral colour palette of sand and muted greens is accentuated by crimson, fresh blues, and mellow browns that draw from the natural hues of the Egyptian countryside. The collection draws inspiration from Youssef Chahine’s 1969 film, AlArd — The Land.
Martial-styled outerwear gestures towards political themes, and structural, crop-sleeved blazers offer a refreshingly up-to-date take on classic menswear staples that can be worn with ease. Linen and cotton form the foundation of the collection, which adds softness to the functional tailored style. Additional elements of nappa leather, waxed cotton and light merino wool provide an aesthetic contrast while retaining the lightweight elegance of the garment’s construction.
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