Utilitarian Swimwear

Sang Thai

Ellie Harcourt

Andsdorfs’ spring-summer 21 collection is a utilitarian swimwear range that showcases multiple straps for numerous fastening combinations. Native Australian gumtrees inspired the prints, complimenting Arnsdorfs’ Australian heritage. The range will be made from regenerated Econyl nylon and printed with ethical dyes by Frankie and swiss, displaying a colour palette of browns and tinted neutrals. The accessories are in collaboration with Georgia Jay and Velvet Canyon, as the brands reflect the collection’s style and are both ethical and environmentally conscious.

Each swimwear item is sold individually allowing the buyer to customise their look, peering any top and bottom that they desire. To provide further value, personalisation and resourcefulness all swimwear pieces are reversible, with the unpatterned side being constructed from one of the many plain colour options offered. The lightweight cotton knit cover-ups are the ultimate combination of comfort and chic, creating a perfect addition to the swimwear. Additionally, these complimenting knits can be styled in various ways and worn separately.

The collection is targeted towards the younger Ansdorf women who is 20 to 27, works full time and lives a coastal and sustainable lifestyle. Andsdorfs’ spring-summer 21 swimwear collection provides size inclusivity, comfort, style, value for money and verticity so each piece can be worn for countless summers.