Designer Elizabeth Southwood continues to bring style and fashion to swimwear season after season. Her brand is known for luxurious fabrics, cuts, and colors. Think: the absolute go-to for a sophisticated look at the beach. The collection blends and meets the needs of a flattering fit with just the right amount of sexiness with bold metallics and prints.
The spring/summer 2009 Sauvage collection features an array of eye-catching prints including the “Butterfly,” “Peacock” and “Cheetah” groups in earthy color palettes. Other standout groups include the classic “Nautical” colletion in bold stripes, as well as the high glamour “Aria,” “Venezia” and “
The Luxe collection for 2009 features bright, bold, prints such as “Italian Scarf,” “Indian Princess,” and “Pink Floral,” as well as citrus hued solids that are sure to turn heads at the beach. The “Batik Chocolate” and “Denim Floral” reflect the season's love of all things Bohemian, while the “Snakeskin” and “Cleopatra” collections are certain to release your inner diva.
The collections feature everything from halter and string tie tops to underwire and bandeaus to be paired with high cut full bottoms, string bottoms, thong styles and boy shorts, as well as chic one pieces with sexy cutouts, tunic style cover-ups, dresses.
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Sauvage can be purchased at most better specialty stores throughout the ,
Everything but water, Macys - west coast , MGM hotel group -
and at the Sauvage flagship store in
Sauvage retails from $ 125-200