As you would know, African print swimwear is everywhere! One plugged in on your facebook or instagram and there goes your likes and hearts off the roof. But as the summer time nears for our westerners, the question remains, which is which and where to buy there.

 




Most times you will see these images reposted with no credits so it’s hard to connect the links and labels behind each swimwear, so we thought we would bring you those that are making a lot of noise today and where to get them. In no particular order scroll to see all the brands and labels.

12. RED STAR COLLECTION

If you have not seen any of their images yet then you probably are not on social media. Not only did they make a grand appearance in 2016 by some amazingly hotter than hot girls modelling in their clothes, but also they have unique designed swimwear which stood out. In many cases we tend to find African swimwear are usually just the print version of styles already out there, however they did push the barriers. See a few pics below, and you can shop their items at https://www.etsy.com/shop/redstarcollection

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11. ANDREA IYAMAH

 

She has been out there doing it, and doing it big, the whole lot! Look books fashion shows, you name it….and for a long time, so we can be sure there must be some quality of service here. Print fabric has not always been a factor of the Nigerian designer Andrea Iyamah’s work. However she still managed to woo fans with her earliest collection and captured print lovers with her recent look book that was print and Egypt relative. See a few pics below, and you can shop https://www.andreaiyamah.com/

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10. FASHIONGHANA.COM

 

Oh that’s us, 😀 ! Yes, long ago before print swimwear was viral, our followers have had the luxury of staying ahead of the game and purchasing print swimwear from us for 4 years. Incase you didn’t know where to get print swimwear with your credit card, look no further. And we can assure you in 1 weeks time we will introduce to you a mind blowing collection of swimwear, so keep your eyes opened. Make that 2 weeks just incase. See a few pics below, and you can shop http://www.fashionghana.com/shop

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9. DAX MARTIN

 

Although he has been missing from the runway for a while, Dax Martin has made one of the longest standing names in African fashion as far as print and colorful swimwear is concerned. The South African designers has been featured on almost all runways show in South Africa as well as that of a few other African countries. And never failing to wow his audience. See a few pics below, and you can shop http://www.daxmartin.com

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8. OFUURE

 

Another swimwear designer from Nigeria who recently set the internet on fire with African print swimwear. We know little about this designer, except the fact her collection has picked up steam. Also not sure where you can buy her outfits but you can whatsapp them or message her at http://www.instagram.com/ofuure. See a few pics below.

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7. LALESSO

Lalesso has consistently maintained the same vibrant outdoor overall feel, all whilst continueing to impress it’s international followers with great choice of fabrics. The company makes all sorts of beachwear items with killer swimwear products to. Founded in South Africa with a base for Kenya, Lalesso continues to give both print and plain fabric admirers fabulous swimwear fashion. See pics below and shop here www.lalesso.com

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6. GALLANT BELLE

Recently discovered but extremely fabulous! Ghanaian designers breaking this internet with her fabulous pieces. The chance that you would have seen her pictures hit the internet is high, the likelyhood that you know who the designer was is still growing. So now that you are here you know. If you like your swimwear showing a little bit more that your boyfriend wants, then you found the right girl to get it for you. Unfortunately, there is no online sales shop but you can whatsapp them or message her at https://www.instagram.com/gallantbelle/. See a few pics below.

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5. NAKIMULI

Now this label is not African, but it is surely beyond amazing and they are very well considerate of plus size women. The USA, Brooklyn based label is just making print swimwear like it was nothing. And all pieces are fantastic. For plus size ladies, you are best looking in this direction first, you surely won’t be let down. See a few pics below, and you can shop https://www.nakimuli.com/

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4. AYANAH SWIMWEAR


An Eco-friendly brand inspired by Africa. Created by 3 afroparisians sisters with their own prints. The ladies are originally from Cote d’Ivoire and are based in Paris. So incase you are francophone and wondering who will understand your french, waiste no time and visit their Worldwide shipping! Shop here www.ayanah-fashion.com

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3. CROWN ROSE


You have to love this brand, these guys specialise in providing traditional African prints on swimproof fabric to produce alluring and eye-catching swimwear pieces that are instantly recognisable to the brand. The british brand was established in early 2013 and aims to be a successful and unique brand within the Swimwear fashion industry. http://www.crownroseuk.com

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2. AYA MORRISON

The Aya Morrison brand has been fairly quiet recently but still putting in a lot of work outside of their home country Ghana. When it comes to African print swimwear this brand can be considered as one of the pioneers. See pics below and shop @ www.ayamorrison.com

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1. What do you think?

Have you ordered from any of these, which would you highly recommend or least recommend? Or are they any others missing from the list you would like to share? Add to our comment section. Thanks

Never the less, we hope to seeing all of them showcase at the next Accra Fashion Week 2016 event.

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