Contessa Volpi is a desirable and emerging swimwear brand designed by Italian fashion designer, Enrica Volpi. It’s Italian, with an Australian twist.

From the moment I saw the new collection from Contessa Volpi I knew I wanted to have a chat with the designer, Enrica Volpi. Enrica studied design at the New Academy of Fine Arts in her hometown of Milan, Italy, where she launched her first swimwear and lingerie collection, Adorisadora. Working with quality textiles, attractive colours and unique print combinations inspired Enrica’s work and heighten her passion for fashion. But let’s face it, the Italians are exquisite designers; it’s in their DNA.

Contessa Volpi is a passionate, stylish and sophisticated brand. It combines modern Australian beachside with 1920’s freedom from constricting fashion and society. In the podcast, Enrica talks about why the 1920’s inspired her, how she launched Contessa Volpi, and why she wants to celebrate ‘real’ women.



Contessa Volpi : You Can Even Get It Wet!

Wet, Dry, Under Clothes, Over Exposed. It’s all beautiful

Contessa Volpi swimwear is manufactured to the highest standards with Italian, not Chinese, lycra. In the podcast, Enrica explains the differences and why her swimwear may be designed differently from other brands. There are 18 different swimsuits with 6 styles divided by different colours and prints. The prints are unique to Contessa Volpi. Handmade in Sydney, Australia, and shipped worldwide.

Find out more about Enrica Volpi and her swimwear collection on Social Media

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