I am not sure which I am nominating here. This swimsuit that cannot come in contact with chlorine? The women buying them? Both?
I guess if she insists on taking it off before hitting the water I’d be considered impolite to complain
I am not confident this bikini is available in Australia, so just an honourable mention as a follow-on from last year’s Gucci swim suit runner up.
Half an eon ago I was at a beach 'round Coff’s and ran into a young lady wearing a fur bikini. Whether it was real or fake fur she knew all about posing and very carefully went no deeper than her knees. No manufacturer’s disclaimer required.
Do you really need a warning about the utility or durability of little patches of sequins held together by floss?
I know! We need to split this into two categories, swimsuits and posingsuits, that oughta fixit.
A ‘road test’ of a posing variety.
One of life’s mysteries solved…why the ocean is blue.
Majority of swimming suits sold in shops will fail you too. The reason is because nylon/ Lycra weakens and fades in contact with chlorine. In swimming pools a suit will last maximum 8 hours, after that you throw it away, talking here from my experience. It is just Gucci being honest with its product, we should be grateful for that instead of criticizing. The polyester/ Lycra lasts much longer, but the suits made of it are stiffer and colours duller, not many people like it.