The Spring/Summer 2015 collection from Snapper Rock will make the warmer months sizzle with bold new designs that include One Shoulder Swimsuits for girls and surfer inspired True Boardies for boys. Colorful new prints make up this fashion-forward collection, dressing little surfer girls up in Aqua Mermaid and Vintage Floral designs while beach boys will look cooler than ever rocking Island Stripe and Bone Fish patterns.Long sleeved Nautical Stripe sunsuits will keep little ones infant to 24 months covered up and safe from the sun while older kids’ 2-14-years-old can rock rash tops in aqua and graphite. Exotic kaftans inspired by St. Barths and stylish fedoras that are sure to keep rays at bay make this collection by Snapper Rock a must-have for every child this season.
“Snapper Rock’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection is all about expanding our brand to include new and fun designs while still staying true to our original mission which is to keep children’s skin protected,” said Snapper Rock founder Liz Eglinton. “This new line was designed to appeal to all children, infant to size 14, and we can’t wait to share it with retailers at Swim Collective.”
The Swim Collective trade show will take place from August 12-13 at the Regency Hyatt Resort and Spa located at 21500 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA 92648. Snapper Rock will be exhibiting at booth #726. For more information on Swim Collective please visit www.swimcollective.com.
About Snapper Rock
Launched in 2003, Liz Eglinton created Snapper Rock, a line of UV50+ swimwear, to provide children with fun, fresh and functional gear while navigating the water. Originally designed in New Zealand where sunrays can be extremely harsh, Snapper Rock leads the industry in UV protective swimwear for kids. Snapper Rock offers children and parents an extensive line of items ranging from baby sunsuits to kid’s rash tops and beach accessories to create your own look. With its lightweight and breathable fabric technology and latest designs and colors, Snapper Rock ensures that children worldwide will be free to enjoy the beach without getting sunburned and compromising on style. For more information on Snapper Rock, please visit www.snapperrock.com.