The ‘Prey’ Line from Vanwolff is Worth the Hunt

By: John Ibbitson - Published: Feb 26, 2013 • References: thebrunettesfashion.blogspot & vanwolff
The new 'Prey' line from Vanwolff, a newly established swimwear label from award-winning designer Andrew Maxin, not only showcases the beauty of the male form, but also celebrates the anatomy of aquatic life with the collection's series of x-ray, photo-print designs.

Frogs, Piranhas and shells -- and my personal favorite, the seahorse design -- are just a few of some of the skeletal forms one can make a splash with when hitting the beach this summer season. Made in Los Angeles, the label already carries a certain cool factor with its roots, but the hot designs and even hotter tailoring are what truly make the 'Prey' line worth hunting for.

For those wanting to sport a style a little less edgy, Vanwolff also makes an 'Essentials' line of swimwear that is just as revealing, even if it doesn't include the x-ray print of a snake. Stats for Fossilized Swimwear Collections Trending: Older & Average
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