How we made swimwear highbrow

A study on student athlete uniforms published in the National Library of Medicine have shown that skimpy uniforms, such as the ones worn by professional volleyball players, contribute to a decreased body esteem and that the uniforms distract players and affect their performances negatively. Swimwear fashion today can seem limited in terms of design variations as women have to conform to putting our bodies on display when on holiday. Just like professional volleyball players do. How does this affect our ability to make the most of our precious days of vacation? We can't afford bad performance in order to satisfy a dusty view on swimwear fashion. We need to be able to quickly get our hands on the best sunbeds by the pool, knock back a spicy margarita in no time and binge eat as many calamari fritti as you can in a day.

In swoops Rivage with the invention of the swimdress. It enables you to pack light, feel good about yourself and to do vacations on your own terms. In short, ready-to-wear swimwear. You wear it by the pool, in and out of the water, on your beach stroll, when having an espresso or when playing professional volleyball, why not?

"Utility and versatility is what we are bringing on board."

Being able to perform at your best and at the same time keep your self esteem intact seems like the Rivage way to go. Utility and versatility is what we are bringing on board.