This summer is burning, literally, with temperature expected to soar as high as 43 degrees celsius. This only bring us to one conclusion: it's time to hit the beach, or at least a rooftop pool party, and rage on that heatwave. From a classic Kennedy cut to psychedelic prints, these trunks are guaranteed to turn heads and this time it's not because of your garish sunburn.
Timo embraces boyhood spirit with the latest Jamie collection, featuring over-sized ink strokes in vibrant colours and bringing us back to play time in grade school. The trunks are available in 3 different colours: yellow, red, and green.
Named after Picasso’s muse and partner, Francoise Gilot, Orlebar Brown’s mid-length swimming shorts is an exercise in classic swimwear that will take you from the beachside to yacht club without needing a wardrobe change.
A fun mish mash of cacti patterns, this pair of swim trunks from Scotch & Soda is made for the wild at heart. Its eclectic combination of Southwest and tropical adds an extra touch of youthful hedonism suited for a night of beach partying.
The Italian Job
A classic nod to the 60s is evident in this smartly tailored piece from Tom Ford. Patterned with ying-yang swirls of mustard tones, they are bold but without garishly so. Strap them on as you ride through the coast of Tuscany.
Channel your inner Kennedy with this pair of slim-fit orange swim trunks from Solid & Striped. It’s a timeless throwback for those who prefer to make a statement, while keeping it subtle.
Bring tropical vibes anywhere, whether it’s your poolside or the sports club, with this Ted Baker’s pineapple swimmers. This new reiteration of the classic Hawaiian print is a funky fashion statement ready-made for the summer heat.
These eye-catching coloured trunks from Paul Smith will surely turn heads on the beach. The frog prints on bright pink is nothing short of festival-ready, while still maintaining that British refinement the brand is known for. Who says a gentleman can’t have some fun?
Go back to beachwear basic with this nautical-inspired Vilebrequin’s shorts. The French brand masterfully recreates the iconic anchor motif into a stylish design, perfect for sailing or strolling through Saint-Tropez.
The multi-coloured paisley is a throwback to the modish 60s, while still exuding that Palo Alto boy look. The swimming shorts from Etro keep it classy and look just as good at the beach bar as they do in the pool.
Using the brand’s iconic chevron prints, this piece from Missoni is styled for the free-spirited. The suit is tailored for you to Euro-rock this summer.