Beach Riot Summer 2014 Swimwear Collection

Posted on Jun 4 2014 - 3:16pm by GJ Staff

Whether you favor a two-piece or a one-piece, Beach Riot summer 2014 swimwear will make you look fab on the beach. The promo video displays the collection on the catwalk starting with a burst of colors, patterns and shapes guaranteed to turn heads.


An orange and purple print strapless bikini is followed by an original cutout design in turquoise and purple, then a rainbow of horizontal stripes in a crop-top style bikini and minuscule pants with side-ties, which also comes in a one-piece version. Another high-impact swimsuit comes in pink or black with an eye-boggling silver cross over the midriff studded with multi-colored stones, reminiscent of a stained glass window.

A black swimsuit has oval cutouts anchored with gold brooches – again accentuating the midriff area – and a black bikini with glittery silver stars has a simple frilly top and skimpy pants. Pink and brown tigerish stripes adorn a monokini with more cutout ‘windows’ and, talking of tigers, a multi-colored tiger face appears on a plain grey swimsuit, no doubt intended to scare off unwanted attention.


A strapless swimsuit in dayglo green and orange triangles interspersed with brown netting is tied with a big black bow at the back. A more demure peachy pink bikini, with bold brown seams in the bra also has a brown net panel, over the cleavage area. Finally a model in a plunging black swimsuit with glittery silver pants introduces the brains behind all the beauty: Nicole Hanriot.

Nicole started out working for Primp and Tavik, but always aimed to produce her own line of beachwear. She is certainly making a splash with this season’s bright and breezy fashions. She also has a range of sunglasses, with colorful frames designed to match the bikinis and swimsuits, and the models all sport the same footwear, strappy white bootees. Both stylish and accessible, the Beach Riot summer 2014 swimwear collection really does have something for everyone.

Photos credit : BeachRiot