The 2016 summer collection from Larissa Minatto is inspired by the world of architecture and the Carnival of Venice and the avant-garde photography of Helmut Newton. Always sophisticated, the new collection from Larissa Minatto offers fashionable and unique beachwear, with shapes that favor the body, colors in the best mood of the season, fabrics of the highest quality and technology, and totally exclusive, exquisite prints. The campaign stars top model Regina Krilow, photographed by the renowned Jacques Dequeker in the amazing setting of Camaçari Beach, in Bahia, with a light reminiscent of the Mediterranean. Talented stylist Felipe Veloso and beauty care by Renato Oliveira. With this first-rate team, Larissa Minatto shows its Summer 2016 collection. The collection offers striking shapes, inspired by the silhouette of the strong, fearless, cosmopolitan women put forward by modern photography legend Helmut Newton, with the shape and scent of the 60s. The brand's offerings are: bodies with new cutouts and transparencies, chiffon bodies with lycra, uplift half-cup bikini, localized digital prints, and neoprene bikinis. After-beach dresses, maxi chemises, maxi kaftans, neoprene shorts, and sophisticated skirts, in addition to tailoring in the same prints and many metals. Two great new items: the print neoprene bikini, and the fabrics with UV protection, present in 90% of the collection. Rounding off the collection is a bikini made to be admired from all angles, made in the shape of a scallop, and gilded in 18k gold. A conceptual piece that very well illustrates the power of this sophisticated and illustrious woman. Larissa Minatto's shaping begins with the concept of always enhancing the female body, with cuts, padding, and finishing that increase curves. In partnership with Rosset, the fabrics are textured and have a slight satin sheen. The season's color palette includes: off-white, black, pea green, royal blue, and purple. Always sophisticated, the prints come with a rich history inspired by Peacock feathers and the masks of the remarkable Carnival of Venice, the famous bridges of the city's architecture, gold arabesques and ornaments that stand out in the details of the collection. In addition to making the after-beach line more sophisticated, the prints are timeless.