When I was 7 my mum crocheted me a set of bikinis, sounds pretty cool right? Mmmm not so much.  The crutch was .. let’s just say ill fitting, the triangles sat 5 centimetres above their appropriate destination and well it all looked ok from a ‘distance’.  It’s needless to say that there is an art to making crochet look good and it takes 2 things, one is a designer who knows their stuff, oh and a body like this  doesn’t go astray either.  You may have seen her face before, photographed by the sensei himself Mr Henrik Purienne, or even on the cover of your favourite print publication but meet super babe Bianca Brombin.  So with a suitcase full of the kind of pieces that you could only wish to be washed up on a deserted island wearing, we spent the day relaxing under palm trees  hustled some looks together to inspire your castaway desires.  So cheers ladies grab a pina-colada and save the crochet-ing to the pro’s (no offence mum), let’s get pumped for summer we’re on island time now ..

Thank you to the designers .. She Made Me  .  All That Remains  .  Lilya  .  Stevie May  .  Spell Designs

photography and styling:  Amanda Shadforth  .  model: Bianca Brombin @Chic Management  .  hair and makeup: Ana Pennisi @Tokunai Salon

A very special thank you to Keri-Anne and Sam of Bedarra Island, Tropical North Queensland and Queensland Tourism .. xx

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