Seafolly has released its summer collection.
The campaign for the collection was shot in Es Vedra, Ibiza by Australian photographer Akila Berjoui.
It features creative director and model Yan Yan Chan, Dutch model Chelsey Weimar, Scandinavian model Camilla Chistensen and Cuban model Daili Perez.
The collection is made up of five main summer trend stories – Inka Gypsy, Cut Copy, Splendour, La Luna and Ocean Alley.
Dropping in January, Inka Gypsy features festive colours, tribal motifs and classic styles made with recycled nylon fabric.
Hero styles include maillots with tie-fronts and cut-out details and tris with details across the back.
Cut Copy will be available in February with square necklines, hi-rise bottoms and split-side Brazilian suits.
It is inspired by renowned artist Matisse with backdrops of the collection in warm hues of peach, plum and buttercup in the tangelo colourway, as well as cool tones of lilac, black and buttercup featured in the blueprint colourway.
Also dropping in February is the vintage-inspired Splendour collection with mismatched prints, on-trend scarves and feminine details.
Styles are finished with scarves and ties, and mismatched to vintage florals printed on a soft sateen base.
Available in March, La Luna features styles with coverage for all comfort levels and support for most cup sizes.
Shapes include tie front crop tops, high-waisted pants and high neck maillots with a plunging back.
The final trend story Ocean Alley will be available in March with tropical and floral prints, tortoiseshell rings and bead trims.
It includes sports elements with Lurex rib elastic contrasting the print on Brazilians, fixed tri bras, DD cup bralettes and active leggings.
Seafolly is currently sold in over 2,700 doors in 41 countries through its own channels, other retailers and major online sites.
It has 35 Seafolly stores – 23 in Australia, 7 in the US, 4 in Singapore and 1 in France.
The company ships to Australia, Singapore and the US through its own ecommerce site.