This Moeva swim campaign makes us long for sun & sand

Moeva have a habit of wowing with their swimwear designs, always settling upon that perfect balance between highly unique and ultimately classic. Any brand who thinks you need leopard prints, lame and sequins to shine on the beach (here’s throwing a raised eyebrow in your direction, Victoria’s Secret swim) can be pretty quickly proved wrong by Moeva’s use of twists and turns and contrast panels and cutaways. These are the kind of cuts that direct the swimwear trends, not just adhere to them.

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Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign
Moeva swimwear S/S '14 campaign

With yet another gorgeous campaign photographed by Koray Parlak (korayparlak.com), bringing a rich colour palette and Grecian Goddess gold accessories to a summer paradise setting, you can view more of Moeva’s spring 2014 collection at the gallery.

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