Monday Swimwear Makes Runway Debut
Courtesy of Simon Soong Photography
Monday Swimwear made it’s runway debut at Miami Swim Week 2018. The highly sought-after brand adopted the ‘shoppable runway’ model, presenting pieces from their Summer Moments, Signature, Ribbed, and Beachwear collections.
Showcasing a neutral color palette of timeless black, ivory, and nude tones, alongside pops of sky blue, coral red, espresso, mustard yellow, and leopard print, Monday Swimwear highlighted colorways chosen specifically to flatter every skin tone. Silhouettes ranged from classic triangle and bandeau tops, to bra tops with molded cups and fully adjustable straps, all created to be both sexy and supportive. Bikini bottoms included high waists and mid-rise styles, seamless staples and side ties, with full, moderate, and Brazilian coverage options. One-piece styles included high legs and low back cuts, as well as strapless necklines with removable arm ties for added versatility.
Additionally, the show featured ready-to-wear pieces from Monday Swimwear’s Beachwear collection. Matching tie-tops and wide legs pants were accompanied by luxurious linen tunics, chic sarongs, and flowing coverups.
Co-founded by ‘swimwear connoisseurs’ Natasha Oakley and Devin Brugman, the brand is recognized not only for their remarkable social media presence, but most importantly, for their iconic feminine designs, immaculate fit, and enduring quality. Having worn countless swimsuits over the years, Natasha and Devin know exactly what will compliment and flatter the female form. Rather than creating size-specific, temporary trends, Monday Swimwear has designed a range of essential swimwear that will provide the comfort and confidence needed for countless summers.
As strong advocates for body positivity, Monday Swimwear also presented their new V Range suits (recently launched on June 18th) – a continuation of existing customer favorites now available in V-VVV (voluptuous), or sizes 12-16. Striving to design feminine pieces that compliment every body shape, this reformation was introduced to create a more diverse selection of sizing to ensure women aren’t settling for a suit that ‘fits’ over a suit that fits perfectly.