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Hackwith Design House Debuts HDH Swim


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A look from the HDH Swim line

Courtesy Hackwith Design House

For many of us, swimwear shopping is one of our least favorite tasks. If it fits, elastic pokes into flesh to unflattering effect. Go a size up, and the stretchy fabric is loose. And forget about a two-piece suit—it just seems easier to slip into a one-piece. Even if you do find something that fits, chances are you’ll have to favor function and fit over style.

Until now. Today, Minneapolis fashion designer Lisa Hackwith—favored for her easy-to-wear, minimalist-chic dresses and separates under her label Hackwith Design House—introduces her first swimwear line. Dubbed HDH Swim, the mix-and-match collection includes four tops, six bottoms, and two one-pieces in a clean, cool palette of white and black.

“We had customers ask if we’d consider doing swimwear,” says Hackwith’s Director of Operations, Erin Husted. “We wanted to fill a need that we saw in the market for swimwear that is stylish, sophisticated, and flattering.”

With styles ranging from high- to low-waisted and sporty to sleek, the designs are intended to complement a variety of body types. “I like to design with the idea that women’s bodies are as diverse as their skills, talents, and accomplishments,” Hackwith says in a press release. “Our swim line is no different.”

Unlike most Hackwith pieces, which are created in limited-edition runs, HDH Swim will be available year round, with additional colors in the works.

HDH Swim debuts on exclusively on hackwithdesignhouse.com today.

Here's a glimpse into the HDH Swim lookbook:

[Photos courtesy Hackwith Design House]

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