David Bellemere: out of the water

Summer comes, now, to parts of the world – and with it comes the inundation of swimwear shoots we can only expect to roll in with it. And each team to put together one of those many swimwear shoots is challenged with coming up with something different, some new way to present these minimal pieces of fabric. David Bellemere’s shoot More Is More doesn’t revolutionise; what it does do is bring sleek, chic swimwear styling to Marie Claire Italia’s pages in rich colours, with plenty of accessorising and with many a hint at 2011′s swimwear trends. Included is one of my favourite swim pieces of the season: Michael Kors’ white swimsuit encircled by tan leather strapping. It’s a sort of merging of summer beachyness and the newly sophisticated leather harness trend.

michael kors leather swimsuit

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More Is More by David Bellemere
More Is More by David Bellemere
More Is More by David Bellemere
More Is More by David Bellemere
More Is More by David Bellemere
More Is More by David Bellemere
More Is More by David Bellemere
More Is More by David Bellemere
More Is More by David Bellemere
More Is More by David Bellemere
More Is More by David Bellemere

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