Rufskin unveils its new swimwear series that boasts a brightly colored folk art print inspired by the Catalonia region of southern Spain. Presently available, the Rufskin Folk swimwear range consists of four styles: the Cazals brief ($54), Ibiza trunk ($62), Rene trunk ($62) and Roque trunk ($54).
Hubert Pouches, co-owner and head designer of Rufskin, conceived this stylish swimwear range from the traditional artwork from the Catalonia region. The collection features bold color combinations and a new logo for the brand.
“When you think of Dali, Miro, Picasso, they represent a very strong artistic part of the world,” said Pouches. “It’s very French and Spanish, with thick blooded people, bright colors, yellow and red, and strong Catalonia culture. The logo is a homage to these great artists.”
The Folk collection offers a flattering fit and soft microfiber fabric blends. The cut of the Cazals brief is reminiscent of a classic racing speedo. Other features include a full lining and “flex” elastic in the waistband and leg openings. The Ibiza trunks are made from polyester and spandex and are designed with a slightly relaxed fit, while the mesh lining keeps your goods feeling secure. It also features a faux fly and a covered elastic waistband.
The Rene shorts are made from a subtly revealing polyester and spandex mesh with a very comfortable brief cut lining. And the Roque brief is a sunga cut swimsuit featuring a folk art print across the lined front panel with a complimentary solid navy back side. Flex elastic in the waistband and leg openings allow you to show off your assets.
The Rufskin Folk swimwear collection is available in S-L.
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