Hailee Steinfeld’s ’70s-Inspired Swimsuit Collab Comes in Sizes XS-2XL

Hailee Steinfeld's New Swimsuit Collab Is a '70s Dream: Pics

Hailee Steinfeld for Frankie’s Bikinis. Yana Kalina

Hailee Steinfeld is getting groovy! It was announced on March 2, 2021 that the “Love Myself” singer is partnering with Frankies Bikinis to create a ‘70s-inspired swimwear line.

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Fashion has always been an integral part of my life and for as long as I can remember, I have also had a passion for design,” says Steinfeld, 24, in a press release. “Inspired by ‘70s vintage fashion and my California roots, the collection we created not only feels authentic to my own personal style, but offers a little bit of something for everyone.”

When designing the collection Steinfeld chose to prioritize inclusivity, sustainability and creativity. So without further ado, here’s the lowdown!

Hailee Steinfeld's New Swimsuit Collab Is a '70s Dream: Pics

Yana Kalina

The line, which is available in sizes XS-XL with certain styles offered up to 2XL, has a wide

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No. 19 Aztecs seek 11th straight win, 2nd straight MWC title

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Six weeks ago, San Diego State was 3-3 in the Mountain West and mired halfway down the standings.

On Wednesday night, Matt Mitchell, Jordan Schakel and the No. 19 Aztecs will play for their 11th straight win and their second straight regular-season conference title when they visit UNLV. It is one of several games the MWC rescheduled to make up for some conference games missed earlier in the season.

As much as coach Brian Dutcher wants to hang another banner in Viejas Arena and get the No. 1 seed for the conference tournament next week, also in Las Vegas, he’s looking ahead to the NCAA Tournament.

At 19-4 overall and with its NCAA Net Ranking at a season-high No. 17, SDSU appears to have done enough to get an at-large berth in the NCAA Tournament if it doesn’t win the conference tourney and secure the MWC’s

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Trucking industry thriving from coronavirus-linked e-commerce boom

The boom in online shopping and e-commerce during the coronavirus pandemic is driving profits in the trucking industry.

As businesses look to make their supply chains more nimble to meet rising consumer demands, freight companies are restructuring their business to accommodate more trips over shorter distances. As a result of the surge in online purchases, companies are expanding their shipping presence and capabilities by opening compact warehouses in cities and suburbs, replacing large, remote distribution centers.


It’s a triumph for the carriers who are facing demands for more frequent shipments, which is boosting revenues and pricing leverage.

“A couple reasons for that: Consumer spending is up, people are buying more online and they’re still trying to replenish shelves that were

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Retailers Praise Creativity of Italian Designers at Milan Fashion Week for Fall 2021

MILAN — While Milan Fashion Week was a mostly digital event, designers went out of their way to find new ways to present their collections, making do with the digital medium and coming to terms with social distancing. This didn’t stop their creative juices, however, and retailers showed appreciation for the strong outerwear offer and highly crafted designs.

“There was an overall sentiment of hope and optimism seen throughout the collections,” said Joseph Tang, fashion director at Holt Renfrew. “While we are all impacted by the pandemic, designers are showcasing new versions of the traditional runway collections. As we anticipate what the world will look like when fall hits, there will be no shortage of fashionable pieces that we’ll want to wear.”

“This has been one of the most energetic fashion weeks so far. And there is also still buzz around the fashion week despite it being digital, which is

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