Natural and nude pigments continue to inspire CALi DREAMiNG Swimwear. This beachy palate, combined with their luxurious, textured and printed mesh fabrications, forms the foundation of their 2015 collection.

The art prints are hand-painted by CALi DREAMiNG's own, Carrie Jardine, from her original watercolor paintings. The Iris print is exquisitely made up of florals; created entirely with female forms. The Venice Oceanic Print offers a true adaptation of Jardine’s dreamy and fantastical landscapes.

The second grouping, of their original prints, experiments with the more literal interpretations of art. One grouping is a made of up of watercolor droplets, and the other employs brush strokes, mimicking an artistic interpretation of stripes. Both convey a timeless aesthetic, which speaks to the level of sophistication CALi DREAMiNG has become known for.

Embroideries are new this season, and they add a refreshing, luxe alternative to prints. The art deco shell patch and draped floral embroideries are also from Jardine's original, in-house drawings. Brought to life in a range of colorways, all are featured in both matte and metallic threads.

New this year is the introduction of both a separates and a cover-ups collection. The inspiration behind this range evokes a "versatility meets simplicity" aesthetic. Offered in bright white, black Swiss dot and water color art print, fuss-free silhouettes are presented in lightweight and luxurious fabrics; feeling like a second skin. These pieces are so easy to wear that they can easily take you from a sunny, beach days to cool, city nights.