All you need for a bikini body is a body!

Vivian Hoorn x Hunkemöller: the word (and the collection) is out! For those who are longing for summer too: Vivian Hoorn is your girl! With her new collection in collaboration with the Dutch lingerie chain Hunkemöller, you can start to celebrate summer. Vivian has already been seen in several campaigns and the fashion show of the Dutch brand, so the next logical step to take, was quickly made. With her “South African Summer” swimwear collection she takes you to her ‘home away from home’ Cape Town. Dream away on the pearly white beaches and enjoy breathtaking views. Since we probably will not be allowed to leave the country this year, hopefully this bikini line will still put you into the holiday vibe!

Vivian Hoorn x Hunkemöller

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Vivian Hoorn is a big fan of Cape Town and comes back every year to look for new adventures. Preferably with her camera in hand. Her swimwear collection is inspired by her love for travel, photography and the inspiring African city. Vivian has been closely involved in the line’s design process and even shot part of the campaign images as a photographer. She describes her collection as feminine, simple & chic. It is a collection for everyone, for every body. “All you need for a bikini body is a bikini and a body,” said Vivian.

In addition to radiant white and clear blue, we see the fine zebra print here and there in fresh and innovative styles within the Vivian Hoorn x Hunkemöller collection. The beloved “Ocean” swimsuit remains a success and gets a fashionable twist in this collection. The swimsuit has a beautiful shape; the form-fitting fabric creates an optical shaping effect and gives every body type a great silhouette. Transform your beach look into a chic evening look by combining the swimsuit as a top with a nice pair of jeans, long skirt and statement jewelry. Are you ready for summer?

Shop the Vivian Hoorn x Hunkemöller swimwear collection here.

Vivian Hoorn x Hunkemöller

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