LET’S SWIM | Swimwear by David Koma

Capturing the raw representation of human allure.

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Cassey Ayala

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Born from founder David Koma’s love for travel, swimwear brand LET’S SWIM draws inspiration from the liberating ambience that infuses the ocean air while at shore. The collection reflects the essence of its beachwear, embracing a status of unrestrained attire–capturing the raw representation of human allure. In pursuit of instilling confidence, LET’S SWIM dives into the discovery of empowerment and artistry among the intricate swimsuit line.

“LET’S SWIM ties together the idea of traveling to beautiful destinations and my fascination with sharks and aquatic life. It celebrates the beauty of the human body and the wonders of the marine world cohesively, helping to change people’s misconceptions about sharks through cinematic stories from divers and conservationists,” says Koma.

The initial launch features ten bikinis and five swimsuits as well as eight beachwear segments, offering versatility and unlimited leisure. Presenting classic silhouettes and inklings of 80’s swim illustrations, the beachwear ensemble is responsibly sourced with regenerated nylon yarn from both pre and post consumer waste; investing in a healthy ecosystem for ocean life.    

LET’S SWIM will be available online beginning April 25th.

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