Hailey Baldwin Showcases the New Triangl 2016 Swimsuits

What happens when you combine one of the most acclaimed emerging models with one of the most successful emerging Australian swimwear brands? Making us literally desperate for the summer holidays seems to be Triangl’s ultimate goal, as the Australian brand, which offers sporty yet stylish bright bikinis in neoprene, confirms with its latest swimwear campaign. Hailey Baldwin has been tapped by the brand to showcase the latest Triangl summer 2016 swimsuits, making us crave those little pieces even more!

Hailey Baldwin Showcases Triangl 2016 Swimsuits

Coming from the Baldwin family (her uncle is actor Alec Baldwin), Hailey quickly made a name for herself in the fashion industry, becoming a well-acclaimed model, who is also one of Kendell and Kylie Jenners’ BFF and, as probably everybody knows (with the only exception of me) Justin Bieber’s (rumored) girlfriend. What’s the link between Hailey and Triangl, then? One of the 19-year-old beauty’s latest efforts is showcasing the new Triangl 2016 swimsuits, which stand out with the bright colors and unique designs making you wonder why you are not currently living in Australia yet (if you are, well, just pretend it is not that sunny and warm please).

Worn by celebrities such as (of course) Kendall Jenner, Miley Cyrus, Beyonce and now Hailey Baldwin too, Triangl launched its first line of neoprene bikinis in 2012, gaining more and more consensus summer after summer. In 2015 its bikinis were literally all over the place on Instagram and, just by looking at its 2016 collection, we predict this year people will run amok for them once more.

Hailey Baldwin Showcases Triangl 2016 Swimsuits

Soaking up the sun in a paradisiacal picturesque location, Hailey channels her natural bronzed complexion for the lookbook images, displaying an enviable toned figure too. As soon as we browse through the pictures, it becomes very clear that ‘never change a winning team’ indeed is Triangl’s motto, as their unique tops styled with plain contrasting bottoms quickly remind us of the brand, inevitably evoking some peaceful and warm memories too.

This year’s proposals include a cheerful array of bright colors, such as pink, coral, orange and yellow, as well as floral prints that are just so perfect for those who are not that fond of shocking colors. Among the various proposals, however, one in particular stands out of the crowd: with the combination of blue, orange and black colors, one of Triangl’s strapless bikinis is here to pay homage to the great David Bowie, and it does it in the best way possible – by celebrating the artist’s characteristic colors. Given the fact that the White Duke not only was a singer but rather a 360-degree performer, creating a bikini to honor him is definitely a nice gesture that makes us miss him even more.

Photos courtesy of Triangl

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