The wonderful Brazilian swimwear brand Agua de Coco never stops surprising its fans with its various style interpretations and different sources of inspiration. This time it was the Brazilian nature that served as an inspiration for the talented designer Liana Thomaz to create truly original and striking options of swimwear for the summer to come. Photographed by Eduardo Rezende, the campaign of the Agua de Coco swimwear 2014 collection features a vast variety of options for the most capricious ladies. The skillful and really good eye of Liana Thomaz helped her a lot in choosing the ways to combine sunny Brazilian motives with the preselected matchless shapes. Who else if not the super beautiful Brazilian top model Isabel Goulart could be the best candidate for introducing these cool swimwear pieces? Probably, no one!
So, Isabel Goulart gorgeously gets done with her part, looking sassy and sensual as she always does! The Brazilian influence here is best revealed with the help of the prints that the pieces have, being some greenish leaf prints and magnificent floral motives. The shapes of the Agua de Coco swimwear 2014 collection are more than diverse at the same time being united according to the common cuts and outlines. This way we can see some cool asymmetrical one-piece garments, carrying the above-mentioned greenish prints, bandeau shapes, being created with some bustier outlines or strict and straight cuts, amazing high waist bottoms, so frequently met in the looks, as well as nice and cute flirty skirts, ponchos and loose tops.
The interesting rounded cuts at the fronts and some edgy ones at the back are among the most creative solutions. The ruffled and draped designs are there for the chic looks, while the stripy prints are among the graphic-geometric ones. Thus with the Agua de Coco swimwear 2014 collection we have another unique representation of the creative flight of human imagination, which leads us to sunny Brazil this time. This is Agua de Coco, or the imagination has no limits!
Photos courtesy of Agua de Coco