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Super high-cut bikinis take centre stage at Fashion Week

From Baywatch-inspired one pieces to cheeky Brazilian cut designs, swimwear trends have taken a cheeky turn over the past 12 months. 

And if the runway at Australian Fashion Week is anything to go by it appears the risqué cuts are here to stay, with models taking the trend to new heights by storming the catwalk in an array of very high-cut bikinis.  

Leaving little to the imagination, bold models wowed the front row on Wednesday evening as they debuted the eye-popping new resort range of swimwear for I.AM.GIA. 

If the runway at Australian Fashion Week is anything to go by it appears risqué swimwear are here to stay, with models taking the trend to new heights by storming the catwalk in an array of eye-popping high-cut bikinis (I.AM.GIA show pictured)

I.AM.GIA stormed the runway with their show stopping designs and one in particular that caught the eye of many was their particular take on the g-string bikini

The outfits exuded Bladerunner vibes as the futuristic looks walked down the catwalk, with the g-strings in plain sight

Famed for provocative pieces, the designer showcased all kinds of barely there pieces – from G-strings and glow mesh triangles to bondage style pieces and sheer nude cover-ups 

Leaving little to the imagination, bold models wowed the front row on Wednesday evening as they debuted the new resort range of swimwear for I.AM.GIA 

Leaving little to the imagination, bold models wowed the front row on Wednesday evening as they debuted the new resort range of swimwear for I.AM.GIA 

Famed for provocative pieces, the designer showcased all kinds of barely there pieces – from G-strings and glow mesh triangles to bondage style pieces and sheer nude cover-ups.  

Many of the outfits exuded Blade Runner vibes while others were accessorised with matching thigh-high boots, sheer tops and Matrix-style jackets.

The models wore the bottoms high on their waists to ensure a flattering fit – in many cases the designs barely covering the models’ modesty.  

The models wore the bottoms high on their waists to ensure a flattering fit - in many cases the designs barely covering the models' modesty (Fella pictured)

The models wore the bottoms high on their waists to ensure a flattering fit – in many cases the designs barely covering the models’ modesty (Fella pictured)

They weren’t the only label to debut a racy collection, with other swimwear brands jumping on board the trend and making a statement with less conservative designs.

Australian model Jessica Gomes flaunted her killer physique on the Jets runway earlier in the week – the model wearing their take on a cheeky one piece design.

Thought traditionally a more conservative choice, the model’s curves were very much on display in the halter-style piece. 

Australian model Jessica Gomes flaunted her killer physique on the Jets runway wearing their take on a cheeky swimwear design

Australian model Jessica Gomes flaunted her killer physique on the Jets runway earlier in the week – the model wearing their take on a cheeky one piece design 

The most popular look on the swimsuit runway this week was the high cut G-strings which showed off as much of the rear as they could get away with

The swim show at Fashion Week allowed designers to show of their creativity when it came to swimsuits

The swim show at Fashion Week allowed designers to show off their creativity when it came to swimsuits 

The swim show at Fashion Week allowed designers to show off their creativity when it came to swimsuits.

The trend has been on the rise in recent months, with FEMAIL taking to Bondi beach earlier this year to investigate the appeal of the Brazilian style bikini.

Hundreds of women had taken a leaf out of Latin American and European books and opted for a ‘cheeky’ G-string bikini style – the style a swimwear mainstay as women choose to forego traditional briefs in favour of the cheeky bikini bottoms.

With the autumn heatwave sweeping Sydney this week, record numbers have flocked to the beaches to work on their tans - many of whom opted for the cheeky bikini-style bottoms beloved in Latin America and Europe (pictured)

When the autumn heatwave hit Sydney earlier this year record numbers flocked to the beaches t – many of whom opted for the cheeky bikini-style bottoms beloved in Latin America and Europe (pictured)

Hundreds of women had taken a leaf out of Latin American and European books and opted for a 'cheeky' G-string bikini style

Hundreds of women had taken a leaf out of Latin American and European books and opted for a 'cheeky' G-string bikini style

Hundreds of women had taken a leaf out of Latin American and European books and opted for a ‘cheeky’ G-string bikini style



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