MAGAZINE May 19th, 2021

Feel me Fab: a trip to Morocco, swimsuits for summer 2021

by Caterina Di Iorgi

 

Feel me Fab is the beachwear luxury project by Veronica and Sofia, friends and partners, as well as lovers of boho-chic prints, creative souls of the Made in Italy. For their brand, Veronica and Sofia select with care and passion the best fabrics, which come from European partners certified in Italy, to operate ethically and with sustainable supply chains that care about and invest in environmental protection.

Its spring-summer 2021 collection accompanies us to experience the emotions of a trip to Morocco, where shades of colors and the accurate research of prints lead us to discover three worlds with an authentic and precise narrative power: the gold and vibrant green colors of Meknes, the sand pink color of the dunes in Merzouga and the quicksilver color of the Dades gorges. 

Sofia and Veronica, founders of Feel me Fab, tell us, with their swimsuits and line of loungewear, the warm and pervasive atmosphere of Morocco, whose cities become the names of the prints in the collection. 

The beachwear line is characterized by fresh and soft colors and prints inspired by the typical decorative tiles in Morocco. The patterns alternate with stripes, giving rise to a refined swimsuit collection. 

Among the proposals, what stands out are elegant triangle bikinis and tops with a deep V neckline and adjustable straps matched with panties with ruffle on either side. Among the novelties of summer 2021, the new Leucate bikini, designed for those who desire a new version of the classic triangle bikini. The cups have removable padding and a small knot as detail. New items of the collection are high-waisted panties, individually adjustable for the tan.  

There are also one-piece and one-shoulder swimsuits with prints that evoke luxurious blooming gardens. The most sophisticated piece of the collection is named after the famous seaside town Cadaques, perfect for a day by the swimming pool or to wear as a bodysuit for a night out. 

White and blue dresses, golden peplos, skirts, pants, and pareos with patterns complete the collection. 

A few garments to combine, because the philosophy of Feel me Fab focuses on designing garments without seasonality, conceived to be long-lasting and with constant attention to functionality. 

 

www.feelmefab.com

 

 

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