Where Bella goes, Instagram follows. She posted herself in Louisa Ballou’s cutout one-piece. The label’s ultra-sexy silhouettes are reminiscent of 1980s Versace, and the internet can barely keep up with Ballou’s suits that are selling out constantly.
Created in 2012 by Jasmin Larian as a coveted label for it-bags, Cult Gaia has since skyrocketed into a full-fledged fashion brand. The brand is your one-stop shop for Insta-ready bags, shoes, dresses, and recently, swimwear. They pay attention to the smallest details, with swimwear featuring acetate rings, luxe 1970s prints, and much more.
Ookioh is a swimwear brand with swimming in mind. The flattering styles helps you catch some retro vibes and will stay put even if you get wiped out. Moreover, it is made of sustainable materials from ocean waste.
Founded by Rebecca Larsson, who applies an eccentric sensibility to her swimwear, Ack Swim’s neon mismatched sets worthy of a Miami vacation and tie-dye suits working from the beach to the Venice boardwalk.
Emily Ratajkowski has created Inamorata Women – one of the sexiest swim brands on the planet. Her strappy one-pieces and barely-there bikinis are particularly loved by social media scenesters.
Lisa Marie Fernandez
Selena Gomez, Rihanna, and Beyoncé are just three fans of Lisa Marie Fernandez’ swimsuits. Their retro, undeniably modern cuts pair best with their elevated ready-to-wear collection, coming in matching prints cut in flowy dresses and bolero jackets.
Chromat champions inclusivity 24/7 with designs that can make you feel empowered. Its aesthetic is sporty meets futuristic with its swimwear making you feel like a superhero.
The fickle fabric tends to stretch and create ill-flattering, mum-ish silhouettes. However, Akoia figured it out to meet the needs of those who prefer a Brazilian cut. These handmade suits are made in Bali, where you can catch many sexy ladies wearing one of these covetable sets.