Meet The New Super (model) Swimmers
How do you make your beachwear chic? Just ask Rosie Huntington-whiteley. After all, she is a supermodel and has just designed her very first swimwear collection for M&S. You had us at helloé
we have to credit Rosie Huntingtonwhiteley as the woman who made us want to buy nighties again. Banishing any thoughts of drab polyester numbers that turn grey after just one wash, she made M&S the go-to for sumptuous silk slips and elegant nightgowns crafted from French lace. Most importantly, of course, these luxe examples of nightwear still carried a high street price tag.
Now Rosie’s bringing this magic to swimwear. With so much choice on the high street, it’s difficult to navigate the choppy waters (ahem) of string bikinis, tankinis and one-pieces. So we won’t be looking anywhere but M&S. ‘This is my first swimwear collection and I’m incredibly proud of it,’ says the supermodel. ‘The knowledge I’ve gained from developing my lingerie collections has been invaluable – and working alongside the M&S design team has been so fulfilling.’
These are some of the most flattering swimmers we’ve seen, too. Focusing on simple silhouettes that provide coverage and support where it’s needed, Rosie has added a final flourish in the form of gold hardware, subtle floral prints and halterneck details. There’s something for everyone, from one-shoulder swimsuits to floorsweeping kimonos, all available in sizes 8-18 and 32-40 A-E cup. And nothing is more than £55. After all, this isn’t just swimwear. It’s M&S swimwear.
3 1 Kimono, £55 2 Swimsuit, £45 3 Swimsuit, £55 4 Bikini top, £29.50 5 Swimsuit, £49.50 6 Bikini bottoms, £25 all Rosie for Autograph at Marks & Spencer
Bikini top, £32.50 Bikini bottoms, £25 both Rosie for Autograph at Marks & Spencer