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Shelby Foster

Everything But Water, NorthPark Center’s go-to swimwear boutique, celebrates 30 years with a capsule collection inspired by moments in Hollywood history. They reached out to 30 of the swimwear industry’s top names to capture decades of iconic style. Our boutique carries 14 of the looks, by designers like Kate Spade, Vitamin A, Sea Folly, Trina Turk and more. The pieces are instantly recognizable, and bring back a wave of nostalgia from Hollywood’s sexiest and most powerful female roles.

Jets by Jessika Allen One Piece High Neck Suit ($278) – Rita Hayworth in Gilda, 1946

Rita’s image, along with the title of the movie, was printed on the fourth atom bomb ever to be detonated – a nod to her “bombshell” reputation.

Luli Fama Sliding Triangle Top ($84) and Hipster Bottoms ($84) – Marilyn Monroe, 1951

Marilyn’s photo shoot took place only five years after Louis Réard invented the bikini.

Melissa Odabash Tank Dress ($298) – Jane Birkin in La Piscine, 1969

La Piscine was one of the first movies to be released in two languages: French and English.

Becca by Rebecca Virtue One Piece Tank Suit ($138) – Farrah Fawcett, 1976

Farrah stars in the best-selling pinup poster of all time, with over 12 million copies sold.

Michael Michael Kors Triangle Top ($74) and Belted Hipster Bottoms ($74) – Halle Berry in Die Another Day, 2002

Berry’s suit is a modern version of Honey Ryder’s white two-piece in the first Bond film, Dr. No.


To see the rest of the collection, visit the Everything But Water boutique, located on Level One between Nordstrom and Macy’s.