Swimming in glamour

Update: additional images from Colin Angus’ swim shoot have now been added to the gallery. Including the likes of Michael Kors’ leather-strapped one-piece, the shots are definitely worth a look. View them all after the jump.

There’s swimwear for the water… and then there’s swimwear for anywhere but.

Shooting for Modern Luxury magazine, Colin Angus brings us an indulgence of the latter; a vision of 2011′s swimwear trends when they’re so glamorous you can’t possibly get them wet. This is your inspiration for sailing leisurely on the French Riviera, for partying pool-side in Saint-Tropez, for any of those occasions where a Ferragamo strappy bikini with matching strappy sandals is your number one swimwear option.

ferragamo bikini

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus
Strong Suits by Colin Angus

David Widjaja was behind the ultra-glamorous styling, and Nika Lauratis was the model. You can view the full shoot at the accompanying gallery.

Visit colinangusstudio.com for more of Colin’s work.

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