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Bikyni's New Swimwear Collection Is Mix and Match Heaven

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DTLA-based, online-only brand Bikyni has added to their modern and cool vibe with an updated spring collection just in time for beach weather, highlighting classic lines, solid construction, and an easy, approachable take on swimwear. Building on the same model that made the brand a success (all bikini sets and one-pieces are $95, with individual tops and bottoms available for $50), Bikyni has added new colorways and cuts for spring, staying true to their minimalist, slightly sporty aesthetic.

The brand's streamlined style is all thanks to founder and former Reformation COO Jude Al-Khalil—also responsible for Ref's skyrocketing e-commerce platform—whose business-savvy and stellar instincts resulted in a laid-back swimsuit shopping experience that actually makes the task easy (delivery and returns are totally free, and the fit guide is majorly helpful). Using Italian fabrics, Bikyni's entire design and production process is right here in LA, and the output is quintessentially Cali.

Among the four new colorways (Petal, Cloud, Watercolor, and Surf) and two new silhouettes (The Long Line and The High Waist), we're vibing on this LA-meets-Saint-Tropez combo of The Bandeau top in Gingham and The High Waist bottom in Jet, totally perfect for Malibu and beyond. Note that the new spring collection styles are currently only available for pre-order and will ship on March 17th.