Emmanuela Swimwear SS16 Collection
This summer hit the beach in one of these Greek designs
Athens-based brand, Emmanuela Swimwear designs women’s bathing suits using luxurious quality fabrics that guarantee a 'standout beach style', defined by sophisticated prints and beautiful designs embellished with gold and silver details, pompoms and frills.
The brand was first launched in 2006 and last year celebrated its 10th anniversary.
For the very special occasion, designer Emmanuela Lykou created a collection more complete than ever, with beautiful beachwear pieces to go along with swimwear.
The brand also includes a maternity line as well as a mini-me collection for young girls up to 10 years old, to match their mother’s outfits.
* Article courtesy of The Greek Foundation, www.thegreekfoundation.com
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