“It’s very important that all the pieces in the series are machine washable,” Rosie Huntington-Whiteley said in an exclusive preview of her second Rosie for Autograph swim series.
Finally, a swimwear designer understands the frustration of a hand-washed swimsuit, carefully laid dry (on a flat surface! Avoid direct sunlight!), and still finds it deformed or discolored when worn for the second time. Fortunately, Huntington-Whiteley has created a diverse 21-piece series with Lycra’s “extra life” technology to extend the life of swimwear in chlorinated tanks and seawater – all at a reasonable price.
“Working with M&S’s design team for more than five years has enabled me to develop my architectural knowledge and technical aspects of lingerie and swimwear,” explains Huntington-Whiteley. It is this expertise that balances what she actually wants to wear and what they feel good about, which has made the Rosie for Autograph series hit hard for years.
So, what is the reason for making beautiful swimwear for Huntington-Whiteley, she is looking for her beach inspiration for Elle Macpherson. Two words: “The bard,” she meditated. Her current signature swimwear uses smooth technology and luxurious production, and she promises to enhance the image of any woman. Still not sure? Huntington-Whiteley completed her homework, featuring a vintage swimwear (high-waisted style, cleverly folded hem) and a modern look (the blueprint of her best-selling bra), she is like a model and a new mother. Swear the same.
Her last boom, as well as the necessary packaging for her headscarves and gowns, she revealed, Rossi accentuated the cream for autographing: “It’s smooth and adds a lovely glow to the sun-kissed skin.” Look at the spring/summer of 2018 Activity, you know that the Dorset-born person born in Los Angeles did do her homework.