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The new bikini accessory March 03 2014, 154 Comments

The kindle is the new bikini accessory, seen on beaches and poolsides worldwide it's time to match your cover to your bikini! Here are 10 options to compliment your swimwear pieces...

It's neoprene, the wetsuit fabric ontrend in swim and fashion garments this season. In sleek designs and colours the sleeve allows you to read your kindle 'naked'. Skinny dip anyone?

Customise your kindle with self adhesive stickers. Reduced beach bag weight, sounds great!
3. Black and Gold Chevron Kindle Case

The black bikinis perfect match! You can also customise the fabric wrapped exterior with photos, designs or name and choose from 5 colours for the suede leather interior.

Marble is always a good idea.


Flying to your seaside destination? This case is sure to start you relaxing on the trip over.


The colour of this geometric pattern conjures up images of turquoise waters and white sandy beaches.


Masculine chic, this case would also make a great gift for the man in your life.


Old world book feel that is always in style.


What better way to warm up between summer vacations.


Saved the best till last! This clutch style case is the ultimate fashion accessory for your kindle and the summer hue is devine.
Styling tip: Colour match to your swimsuit for a coordinated look or match to the least predominant colour in the print to make it pop for a carefree look.



Born in Byron editorial in Ellements Magazine, NY January 14 2014, 129 Comments

Snapped! Sport luxe is the theme of this seasons suits from Born in Byron which are seen gracing the fashion pages of Ellements Magazine, NY.

Key pieces are presented in the editorial titled 'Poolside' in the swimwear edition.

Designed to keep temperatures soaring, captivating both wearer and viewer - the debut collection has landed.


Floralescence Slide Triangle (part of set) & Floralescence Spliced Brief (part of set)

Floralescence Bandeau Bikini

Tuxedo Diver Onepiece & Floralescence Onepiece


Editorial lensed by TriView Photography

Model // Izzy Doak

Hmua // Marissa Mellick