Graffiti Print One Piece Swimsuit
The epitome of Crazy, Sexy, Cool, the Graffiti collection is a nod to the 80s and 90s hip-hop culture. The edgy graffiti ‘tag’ printed across the one piece swimsuit is designed in collaboration with the graffiti artist, Panda.
Fresh, fun, and effortlessly cool. Nostalgic but modern. This jaw-dropping one piece swimsuit is the best of both worlds - seriously glamorous and ultra-cool.
A strapless neckline allows for flawless tanning while elastic hidden across the top of the bust area gives you a secure fit. The chic bandeau swimsuit is fully lined with body-hugging mesh to create a sleek, sexy silhouette.
The funky, graffiti-inspired print paired with a timeless, feminine silhouette makes this a swimsuit you’ll want to wear time after time. For a seriously sassy look, simply add your coolest shades and a large brimmed floppy hat. Whether you’re on a beach, by the pool, or lounging in your own back garden, you’ll adore this nostalgic design.
- Sustainable fashion, Handmade to order in the UK
- Eco printed
- Made in sculpting stretch fabric to give you great body shaping
- Fully lined with modern soft mesh fabric to give an amazing secure fit
- Wide hidden secure elastic neckline so no slippage!
- 82% Polyamide 18% Elastane.
- Machine washable at low temperatures
- The Model is wearing a size small
- Fits true to size, choose your normal size.
The print is heat transferred directly onto the fabric instead of by using water which can transfer chemicals into the water system.
Our garments are also printed to size, cut and sewn to thus reducing our footprint and of course landfill currently a huge problem in the fashion industry.
As a sustainable fashion brand our production wouldn't be complete without completing our process with beautiful and thoughtful eco packaging. And posted to you in biodegradable postage bags.
'Look good, doing good.'
1% from each sale of this item will go to Plastic Oceans UK an amazing charity that is working to solve the environmental issue of plastic waste. Through education, science and sustainability programmes.