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5 Filipino celebrity-owned swimwear brands you should check out

By Camille Santiago Published Apr 06, 2023 8:29 pm

Juju Swim

After the successful launch of her accessories line, The Juju Club, Julia Barretto has now branched out into a line of versatile swimsuits that can be worn from the beach to house parties.

Julia says her designs for Juju Swim are "very well-thought of" to be more inclusive for everybody. "It’s meant to empower whoever’s wearing it, it’s meant to make them feel good,” said Julia.

The one-piece swimsuits range from P2,950 to P3,200, while the separate pieces start at P1,250. 

Sirena Swimwear

Actress Sam Pinto is very vocal about her love for the island life, in fact she opened a boutique resort in Baler and launched her own swimwear brand called Sirena Swimwear.

Using her background in fashion, Sam and her best friend-slash-business partner Erika Hocson created a line of affordable swimsuits for every woman, including breastfeeding moms!

The price for each swimsuit from the MUM x Sirena collection is priced at P895.

Neon Island

Neon Island is the go-to brand for those who love prints and colors. Owned by designer, illustrator, and musician Chi Gibbs—daughter Janno Gibbs and Bing Loyzaga—and Aira Medina, Neon Island sells clothing, swimwear, and lifestyle items that are 100% locally-made and hand-drawn.

The one-piece and two-piece swimsuits from the Pacifico collection are priced at P2,195 each.

Boom Sason

With "edge and sexy" as her "core understanding of what it means to be a woman," fashion designer Boom Sason, who is known for flaunting her morena skin, wanted to share that through her collection of suits that can be worn season after season.

Her bikinis range from P6,500 to P11,500, while the maillots are at P7,500 to P12,500.

Costa Swimwear

Model and social media influencer Patricia Henson lives and breathes in a bikini, so it makes perfect sense that she has her own swimwear line, Costa Swimwear. The UP Fine Arts major's brand sells everything from stringy suits to sexy tangas, animal-print sets, and even cut-out dresses.