Following the success of their first swimwear collaboration, Speedo and House of Holland have once again joined forces to create a second iconic range.
Taking inspiration from the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, the second collection is inspired by the pivotal period of change characterised by the final days of New York disco and the emergence of punk energy.
Created to style in and out of the water, the range includes an eye-catching selection of one-piece swimsuits, leggings, rash vests, leg suits, two-pieces and cycling shorts. The pieces are available in three distinctive designs; cheetah print with a zingy palette of navy, turquoise, yellow, clashing pink and red, an explosive soundwave print on a palette of bold black and acid pop lime, and classic 70’s inspired disco print.
With one eye on the environment, two items in the collection are made from ocean-friendly fabrics, using recycled yarn created from old fishing nets.
Helen Smallridge, Head of Brand Management, Speedo, says: “Following the success of our first collaboration, we’re delighted to partner with the team at House of Holland for the second time to create another stand-out collection made for lovers of the pool. Our unrivalled experience in supporting swimmers at all levels, coupled with House of Holland’s unique look, has allowed us to create a range that looks just as good out of the water as it does in it.”