Follow us


Bond-eye reveals second drop of collaboration collection with Georgia Fowler

Tom Bottomley
06 June 2024

Australian swimwear brand Bond-eye, which was founded in 2005, has launched the second drop of a 32-piece collaboration collection with model and influencer, Georgia Fowler.

New Zealand-born Fowler, who has worked for a number of designer brands, including Balenciaga, Chanel, Miu Miu, Prada and Victoria’s Secret, worked closely with the Bond-eye team to “create pieces that embody her refined, understated style”.

The first drop of the collection was on 13 May, but the latest drop includes six new shapes in “understated neutrals”. It is “immersed in three tactile textures and elevated silhouettes” using the unsized ‘Authentic Crinkle’ fabric - which Bond-eye has a trademark for.

Due to the unique stretch of the fabric, most of the Bond-eye crinkle bikini tops and one-piece swimsuits can fit an A-DD/E cup. The ultra-flexible fabric means most of the bound crinkle bottoms can be worn either low, mid or high rise, fitting sizes XS to L.

All the pieces are handmade in an all-female factory, incorporating modern ethical production. They are knitted using premium European fibres and constructed to allow four-way stretch and instant recovery along the body.

Key Georgia Fowler collaboration pieces include the ‘Fowler One Piece’, the ‘Belt Fane One Piece’ and the ‘Georgia Balconette and Briefs’.

Retail prices for the collaboration line range from £75 - £159, available on the bond-eye website as well as on Farfetch, Ssense and Moda Operandi.

In the UK, Bond-eye, which claims the likes of Hailey Bieber and Kaia Gerber as fans, is available in independents such as Amélie's Follies and Koibird in London, Sheen Uncovered in Richmond, Vanilla Fudge in Cheadle, The L Collections in Berkhamstead, D’Braz in Banstead and Sunshine & Snow in Devon.

Free NewsletterVISIT