The ultimate luxury swimwear guide for summer 2022

Time to up your swimwear game this summer? We have compiled a must-know guide to this season’s most luxurious bathing suits to help you find that extra glam. From Versace to Fendi, get inspired with 2022’s latest fashion swimwear


Crafted in an array of heritage prints and Greca motifs, Versace’s swimwear provides colourful apparel in its perfect house style. Presented in different shapes of bikini, monokini, and cut-out, beach lovers have an array of options to choose from.


Alaïa often uses laser-cut motifs in place of more traditional print and embroidery. This season’s collection covers a range of basic designs and its signature Vienne pattern. Made in Italy, it uses waterproof yarn and anti-chlorine treatment t combine style and comfort.

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Saint Laurent

Consistently implementing a chic and lovely mood, Saint Laurent’s SS22 swimwear collection is full of colours and designs. One of the highlights consists of the Saharienne One-piece Swimsuit, which has lace-up closure at the front with gold-tone metal eyelets to add details points. In addition, its aglet is engraved with a Saint Laurent Paris signature.


Inspired by the brand’s carefree Australian heritage, Zimmermann’s swimwear collection always sprays out a positive aesthetic. With a feminine touch, the entire collection perfectly goes well with those pursuing eternal summer vibes.

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Fendi’s SS22 Swimwear collection is focused on monokinis and bikinis while adding variety with design and colours. Presented in the house’s signature FF motif and very unique drawings, the collection set the scene for a fashionable summertime. The latest collection also offers the Fendace multicolour Lycra swimsuit, which is rooted in the brand’s latest collection with Versace.

Bottega Veneta

Simple is best – that’s exactly what Bottega Veneta brought to the fore with their latest swimwear offerings. While keeping its black, white, and navy-coloured options open for the minimalists among us, the latest collection also presents kiwi and Neptune colours for those who enjoy exploring new looks.

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