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Sloane Stephens launches her new bikini collection

Asymmetrical swimwear designs to point out your natural figure.

Sloane Stephens, the Grand Slam tennis champion and Olympian athlete, started preparations for her new Swimwear collection relatively long ago.

This collection is a cooperation between Sloane and Solid & Striped, a New York-based designer swimwear label. Sloane decided to use her talent for design and go into “fashion waters” so that she could give everyone a taste of her style. “It’s been quite the year, and I wanted to keep things positive by inspiring women to feel confident and like total bosses. Whether you’re planning a long-awaited post-quarantine vacation or hanging out at home, you deserve to look and feel amazing—don’t forget that,” said Sloane in one of her interviews.

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This collection features bathing suits and beachwear made in different shapes, prints, and sizes. Stephens pointed out that she enjoyed creating this collection and, she intended to “match everyone’s vibe.”

This US Open Champion modeled all of the pieces from the capsule and looked stunning while doing so. It’s needless to say that one-piece bikinis in different animal prints will be a real hit this summer season.

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Sloane added that she loved working with Sarah, the CEO of Solid & Striped. These two hit it off right away and were able to communicate well, which resulted in the release of this astonishing bikini collection.

The new Solid & Striped x Sloane Stephens collection features fifteen bathing suits and eight beachwear clothing pieces with a price range of around $84-$228.

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