From Instagram to TikTok , it's nearly impossible not to spot someone in a swimsuit these days. Why don't you join the social media trend as well? Rather than opting for a classic triangle shape or a simple black bikini, we have selected 5 swimwear trends to dive into summer in style. Whether print or flashy, we've taken inspiration from today's hottest celebrities and models - like Kaia Gerber and hip-hop artist Megan TheeStallion - to bring you the hits of the season.
Wild print takes control of the beach! With the release of the Netflix Tiger King series earlier this year, it's no wonder animal print is at the forefront of summer fashion trends. The trendy animal prints that are roaring this summer range from tigers to zebra to snakeskin. Kaia Gerber and Sofia Richie are fans of it.
The crochet jersey
Because the health crisis is limiting our travel this summer, the crochet bikini is the ideal option to infuse a bohemian air in our suitcases. Singer DuaLipa recently made the buzz with this Instagram pic featuring a tiny crochet bikini in the 80s Care Bears pattern. Designed by Italian brand GCDS as part of a limited edition, this Care Bears crochet bikini is also available in blue and green. While not practical for water, hooking can guarantee you a viral post on the 'gram.
The underwired bikini
The neon bikini
The neon swimsuit proved to be the perfect Instagram piece with its eye-catching hues. Have a blast this summer, taking inspiration from looks of Hailey Baldwin, Kylie Jenner and Megan TheeStallion that went viral within hours. A top trend this year, a bit nostalgic for the 80s but terribly in tune in 2020.
The jewel headband
The 70s jersey
Unmissable icon of the French Riviera, Brigitte Bardot continues to inspire fashion. This season, the beloved Parisian designer Yasmine Eslami has teamed up with La Redoute for a capsule collection that smells of the South. "I have a particular attraction for the 70s, a period that inspires me and which for me embodies joy, freedom and color! For this capsule, I was largely inspired by the signature wrap-over shape of my very first swim line in 2015 " explains the designer. A summer collaboration to be adopted urgently.