You probably know we’re fans of overwater bungalow living (often in fantasies). We did go to Bora Bora last year, and it was a life-changing experience.
So, even though the Indian Ocean is roughly 10,000 miles from French Polynesia, it’s no wonder we’re transfixed at the idea of a swimwear collection inspired by the Maldives: that other overwater bungalow paradise.
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Liliana Montoya’s Swim Resort Spring/Summer collection SS18 takes its inspiration from a one-of-a-kind island called the “King Island,” a paradise truly unique located at aaaVeee, based in the Arabian Sea.
The collection is designed for “a woman with a young spirit and a charming soul. With pastel colors and beautiful flowers to empower women’s nature, including soft textures and gentle embroidery, it is feminine yet flirtatious.”
Montoya’s collection celebrates the colors of sprawling ocean hues, corals, tropical fish, seaweed, and coastal landscapes. Her signature gold heart ornament adorns many of her pieces, adding her personal warmth, with the heart being the universal symbol of love and romance.
“The appeal of the line can be found in the fine details of the design and its quality materials. Refined fabrics, ornaments, and brilliant colors and patterns are the essentials for the sophisticated woman seeking the highest quality in her life and her garments. The brand is comprised of standard and stylized cuts with handcrafted elements that bear the stamp of the diverse cultures and colors of Latin America.”
they bear the stamp of the diverse cultures and colors of Latin America