Amoena has taken inspiration from the 1980s to develop a striking swimwear collection for SS17.

Graphic prints in bold, primary colours dominate the post-surgery collection, while multiway styles and high-performance fabrics provide function.

One of the highlights is the Tavira set, which combines spots and stripes in a choice of navy and white or red and white.

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The multiway bikini top can be mixed and matched with full bikini briefs featuring a fold-down waistband, or low-cut, tie-side briefs.

The Tavira range also includes a versatile swim dress, tankini top with integral pocketed support and a one-piece with detachable straps.

Sun-splashed florals are another strong influence in this collection, as seen in the bright turquoise Madagascar swimsuit with its daring flower placement print, while the pink-on-white orchid colour splash of the Delhi set offers a range of style options complemented by a pareo cover-up.

Amoena marketing manager Rhoda White said: “The SS17 collection has everything our customers expect from Amoena, including pocketed hidden support, high-performance fabrics that are chlorine resistant and designed to keep their shape, plus clever design features like multiway and strapless options that have traditionally been difficult for women to find once they’ve had breast surgery.

“Our swimwear caters for all women, with younger, flirty styles and daring design options like low-cut backs and bandeau tops to boy-leg, blouson and swim dress styles that offer a little more coverage. As ever, our swimwear is designed to hold a breast form safely and securely, but it can be worn by any woman – whether or not she’s had breast surgery.”