'Martini' bikini causes a stir with barely-there naked look

Sarah Carty
Features & Style Editor

Just when we thought we’d seen the most bizarre bikinis out there, another one comes along that blows the rest of them out of the water.

Brazilian swimwear designer, Adriana Degreas, has released an $865 bikini and swimsuit, which have been inspired by Martini-sipping Hollywood divas.

The triangle Martini Tulle Hot Pants Bikini features two strategically-placed olive-coloured patches, which are meant to resemble the olives in a martini glass.

This 'Martini' bikini leaves little to the imagination. Photo: Adriana Degreas
Designer Adriana Degreas has pushed the boundaries with this one. Photo: Adriana Degreas

Meanwhile, the high-rise briefs, which come in a rose colour, are shaped into a martini glass, with sheer panels down the side.

According to the website description, the bikini is meant to be worn with a ‘matching cover up and flat sandals poolside’.

The one-piece version is very similar to the bikini, but instead features one strap coming from the olive, obviously meaning to look like a toothpick.

Many people loved the swimsuit on the designer’s Instagram account, however, one person did comment saying: “I wonder if this would cover all of mine?” in reference to the olive patches.

Controversial swimwear

It’s not the first time the designer has released a controversial bikini, as in June, a ‘censor bar’ bikini from their collection also caused a stir online.

The design features an in-built black bar, much like a censor bar used to cover people’s modesty online.

“Seriously it’s an April fool, isn’t it?” asked one stunned Instagram user.

“Ahahahaha this is the ultimate joke!!!!!!! Even at $1,” wrote another.

Another design released by the same designer features a pair of hands complete with red-tipped nails covering the wearer’s assets.

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