Long gone are the days when swimsuits were nothing but mere, practical cover-ups. Now they represent an entire world, an industry forever shifting, set on pleasing and speaking directly to and about our desires. Constantly evolving, the swimwear trends are all about the sexy, covetable, beachy-summer looks. And although plenty on the Sao Paulo fashion week (SPFW) runways, we’ve decided to single out the 15 hottest swimwear looks you absolutely have to see. Read on for the complete roundup. Revealing without going too far, hotter than hot and sprinkled with a touch of exoticism, this bikini number from Agua de Coco is a summer fantasy at its best: See more: Agua de Coco by Liana Thomaz spring 2016. Flirty, fun, vibrant, yet somewhat clean, sleek and minimal, Salinas’ bikini set collides two worlds in recreating a beach look that is superlatively feminine: See more: Salinas spring 2016. With a strong 80’s vibe about it, equal parts unapologetic, sexy and cool, Ampao’s one-piece swimsuit is unlike any other, inviting eyes to delve all over: See more: Amapo spring 2016. Even when it comes to swimwear, an interesting detail goes a long way, all the more when it gets you looking ravishing and feeling like the beach is your realm: See more: Lenny Niemeyer spring 2016. Sultry with it’s high-cut and spaghetti straps, but sporty-luxe in feel, Adriana Degrea’s one-piece swim is practically meant for the modern-day, cheeky beach babe: See more: Adriana Degreas spring 2016. Also by Adriana Degreas, a two piece swim set in white that oozes of glamour and sex-appeal, covetable plenty without even revealing that much: See more: Adriana Degreas spring 2016. Made out of flouncy frills that flatter, and intricate weaving, this Agua de Coco bikini is perfectly feminine and clearly meant to be standing out on the busiest of beaches: See more: Agua de Coco by Liana Thomaz spring 2016. Speaking of hot summer days and exotic destinations, this multicolored stripey design by Lenny Niemeyer is the perfect blend of flattering, bright and chic: See more: Lenny Niemeyer spring 2016. In between the cool fringed cover-up and the minimal bikini set, Patricia Viera’s all black look takes you to those lazy summer days spent by the pool, with an exquisite drink in hand: See more: Patricia Viera spring 2016. From Alexandre Herchcovitch comes a luxurious swimsuit that could easily take you from the beach straight to town, if you care add a little skirt number and a pair of heels: See more: Alexandre Herchcovitch spring 2016. There’s something alluring and completely intriguing about a white bikini set, particularly when its delicacy blurs the line between swimwear and lingerie: See more: Triya spring 2016. When the sporty, the sexy and the cool collide, trust that swimwear number to be brimming with effortless appeal, in and out of the water, as 2nd Floor proves: See more: 2nd Floor spring 2016. More fringes shimming sexy means more unadulterated sex-appeal, courtesy of Patricia Viera, who turns one-piece swimsuits into the stuff of summer dreams: See more: Patricia Viera spring 2016. Crochet monokinis are never out, but they can be made utterly new with intricate weaving and colours that take on the softness of pastel tones: See more: Triya spring 2016. Soft, feminine, retro and modern at once, there’s something about Agua de Coco’s high-waist bikini that surpasses time, as if meant to be filling an endless summer fantasy: See more: Agua de Coco by Liana Thomaz spring 2016.