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Swimsuitsforall taps designer Gabi Gregg for new line
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Apr '14
swimsuitsforall has tapped fashion blogger and designer Gabi Gregg once again for a fun and yes, sexy design for the sophomore edition of their private label Swim Sexy. The new "GabiFresh Nala Midkini" is part of the larger Swim Sexy collection and features a vibrant tribal print, cutouts and hidden underwire on a fashion forward and flattering midkini top and high waisted bottom.
 
Swim Sexy is about having fun – at the beach, pool, or wherever the water takes you. It is bold, flirty and, above all, sexy. The rest of the collection features high impact colors and must have prints – from florals to cheeky pineapples, and retro styles sure to channel that 1950's bombshell spirit.
 
swimsuitsforall President and CEO Moshe Laniado says, "We wanted to create something we felt was missing in the market. Last year's launch of Swim Sexy and the first GabiFresh x swimsuitsforall collection just made sense.
 
"There are so many ladies who love they way they look in a bathing suit and want to show personality and perhaps a little skin. This year we've expanded the Swim Sexy collection and worked with Gabi again for one special piece."
 
Laniado adds, "We wanted to provide a fresh collection inspired by a woman who is stylish, confident and fun. Gabi is very much that and a pretty great designer to boot."
 
Swim Sexy swimwear is currently available at swimsuitsforall.com with new pieces being added weekly. 
 
About swimsuitsforall:
For over nine years swimsuitsforall has been providing women sizes 8 and up with high quality swimwear at competitive prices. They're on a mission to help women find the best swimsuit—one that fits, flatters, and best reflects personal style. 
 

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