Everyone knows how the Australian Zimmermann label perfectly designs such lust-worthy swimwear collection, well-known with its fashion forward silhouettes and impeccable detailing. And for this upcoming season, the label stands out even more stunning, presenting the Czech beauty, Denisa Dvorakova, who is ridiculously good looking in the new Zimmermann Summer 2013 campaign.
Located in the idyllic North Atlantic-edged location, on the beaches of Tulum, Mexico and with the styling works by Tamila Purvis, photographer Benny Horne presents the gorgeous Denisa flaunting some of the hottest, playful designs that stay true to Zimmermann’s signature prints and styles, started from a glamorous edge to the bohemian line-up of fringed cover-ups, floral mesh romper, scarf-print silks, and eyelet-stamped separates
The new collection is proposed with extremely varied designs and silhouettes, including one-piece, two pieces, and cut-out styled monokinis, as well as plain and decorated swim selections, such as those with flirty ruffles, chain details, sexy leopard prints, romantic florals and other charming patterns. Even the halter with the gold chain reminds us some something Fran Fine would wear, in a great way, and when it comes to the color choices, we again deal with versatility, featuring both classy and vibrant shades available, so that everyone can benefit from the collection.
All in all, this season collection seems to take its cues from the last year’s floral-filled collection, when designers Nicky and Simone Zimmermann continue to experiment with their signature florals, combined with mesh, paisley and animal prints, as well as a little injection of cuts, textures, and laser-cut detailing on a variety of textiles.
Take a look at the video and pictorial campaign featuring the insanely smokin’ Swim Summer 2013 campaign by Zimmermann who has successfully managed to design a stylish option for every preferred level of skin exposure so as to keep the both trendy and modest women happy, and we suggest you start your shopping list sooner rather than later