Isabeli Fontana for Agua de Coco Swimwear 2017 Campaign

Unless you are located in the Australian hemisphere or in a very mild country, the freezing winds of winter are probably giving you hard time coping with the fact that it’s a long way before summer arrivers. Thanks to the newest Agua de Coco swimwear 2017 ad campaign, starring Isabeli Fontana, it might get easier to deal with the nostalgic summer feeling, as both Isabeli Fontana and Agua de Coco’s swimwear proposals not only exude jocosity and chill summery vibes, but could also warm up the coldest feet.

Isabeli Fontana for Agua de Coco Swimwear 2017 Campaign

Isabeli Fontana and Agua de Coco have built a longtime friendship, with the Brazilian supermodel having already been tapped as the label’s brand ambassador for the previous Agua de Coco swimwear 2016 ad campaign. While for the previous campaign, Agua de Coco took us to San Paolo, Brazil, for summer 2017, it headed to the Maldives, where fashion photographer Eduardo Rezende captured (again) the Brazilian beauty surrounded by one of the world’s most fascinating landscapes.

As usual, the Agua de Coco resort 2017 swimwear campaign features everything from actual swimsuit pieces to cover-ups, which this time around are all about holiday-ready elegant ensembles, as well as more athleisure-inspired proposals. As for the actual swimwear line, Agua de Coco put a great emphasis on bikinis, the high-waisted bottoms of which surely are at the core of this tropical collection. The majority of the Agua de Coco swimwear 2017 pieces feature high-end tropical and botanical patterns, either in colorful designs or in black and white.

Isabeli Fontana for Agua de Coco Swimwear 2017 Campaign

The latter got mainly utilized to embellish most of the collection’s shirts and tunics, which could be used either as a soigné cover-up, or as a must-have essential staple for any beach party with friends.

Other appealing and fun patterns include giant pineapples and striped motifs, the latter of which contribute to adding an athleisure-infused touch to the Agua de Coco resort 2017 swimwear collection. Bombers and slightly sleek short shorts also help the label reach its atleisure goal, which ultimately plays an important contrasting role when put in comparison with the collection’s loungewear-inspired leitmotif.

Isabeli Fontana for Agua de Coco Swimwear 2017 Campaign

Long, sinuous blazers, double-breasted short jumpsuits and airy bodices treat us to Agua de Coco’s dreamiest side, which catches us even more if paired with the Maldives’ otherworldly scenery. As for Isabeli Fontana, her stunning au naturel look and innate elegance truly embody Agua de Coco’s festive and sophisticated take on the resort season, and we hope their partnership will keep on charming us for many more years to come!

Isabeli Fontana for Agua de Coco Swimwear 2017 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Agua de Coco

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