The Andres Sarda Spring/Summer 2018 swimwear collection is inspired by tropical birds, infused with their colours and energy. Styles in the Aracari range are made from a very soft ribbed fibre and embroidered with a geometric print and short fringes, available in petroleum, khaki, brilliant yellow and navy.  The range also includes a strapless dress that can be worn as a skirt, with the same geometric embroidery at the top as the bikini. The Pitta series comes in two colour versions: a sailor combination (white, red and navy) and fuchsia (a cocktail of green, coral and pink in sherbet tones), while Roller features a snakeskin print and a camouflage print in pastel tones.

Tanager is one of the most sophisticated series in the Andres Sarda SS18 collection: made from microfibre with satin stitch and featuring metallic pieces on the straps, the styles come in classic black, metallic with echoes of mercury, a very energetic green forest and an intense coral. Besides the one-piece swimsuit, Tanager also includes a long dress and three types of briefs: regular, low-rise with side ties and high briefs with vintage feel.

Floral and animal prints are the stars of Turaco, designed in Italy and made on a piqué foundation. The prints are in turquoise and coral or blue and yellow, and shining resin beads are strategically placed on the straps and the sides of the briefs. Last but not least, Heron includes polka dots, sophisticated patchworks and classic paisley prints, available in a swimsuit with very deep-cut halter neck, a long tunic in two colours and a long onesie with the same print in micromodal.