Dive Right into Noa Noa’s Debut Summer Swimwear Collection

The local swim club has a stylish new member.


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Left: Mana one-piece swimsuit, $145. Right: Honu triangle top, $145. Pua side-tie bottom, $65.

 

Hawai‘i apparel brand Noa Noa is diving right in this summer with the debut of its first swimwear collection, a splash-tastic array of one-piece suits and mix-match separates featuring the company’s signature batik- and tapa-inspired patterns. Done in a supple, stretchy poly-spandex blend, the tops range from triangle and underwire silhouettes to sporty bralettes, while the bottoms (cheekily cut without showing too much) include simple hipsters and side-tie styles. Those wanting a little extra coverage can opt for owner-designer Joan Smoyer’s favorite, the chic Mana one piece, outfitted with a low-scoop back and peekaboo neckline. Shirred panels, tassels and braided straps offer fun touches, while unexpected color combos—think lilac with gray, burnt orange with soft yellow—will have heads turning.

Noa Noa, multiple locations, noanoahawaii.com.

 

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