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Fifties Swimwear Will Heat Up Summer 2007

One piece swimsuits will be big this season according to the catwalks of London and New York Fashion Weeks.

Designers including Missoni and Chanel featured glamourous full body swimming costumes in their Spring/Summer collections and the high streets are set to follow their lead.

Vogue says: 'Spaghetti straps reveal summer skin and high-waisted bottoms are cruise-casual'

One piece swimsuits are great for exposing only the most flattering areas and showing off a great tan whilst still looking glamorous and stylish.

Chanel's latest collection featured simple high-leg white swimsuits teamed with gold accessories for St Tropez glamour. High leg cuts are great for making the legs look longer.
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Missoni went for a more ethnic look with with high-waisted designs contrasting a number of colours and patterns. A mix of designs and colours around the middle disguises curvy hips.

Topshop has already lanuched its new ranges for the Summer season. Their Holiday collection includes a number of one piece swimsuits in monochrome and floral prints.

This covered-up look is made sexy with a plunging neck line or revealing back view. This style is great for anyone body conscious pear-shapes because the dark tones and snug fit around the hips will create smooth lines.

The range also features a number of smock tops and jersey playsuits that can be worn over a bikini between sun bathing sessions to give the fifties look without tell-tale tan lines.

H&M will pay tribute to Kylie Minogue with their Austrailian summer themed swimwear range, launched in May.

The 'H&M loves Kylie' line is part of their main swimwear range and contains fifteen 'bohemian-chic' styles.

H&M’s head of design Margareta van den Bosch says: 'When we think Australia and glamour we think Kylie, who is such a stylish person.'

10 percent of all money spent on this beachwear line will be donated to WaterAid. The international charity WaterAid is dedicated to the provision of safe domestic water, sanitation and hygiene education to the world’s poorest people.

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