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9 Swimsuits Inspired by Classic Films (and One Tv Show!) You’ll Want to Store

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From the silver screen to your swimming pool!

What do Angelina Jolie, Elizabeth Taylor, and Farrah Fawcett have in frequent? They’;ve all had iconic, glamorous, and oh-so-steamy bathing suit moments—and now, so can you!

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Just in time for its 30th anniversary, Almost everything But Water collaborated with top swimwear designers on a assortment of thirty a single-pieces, bikinis, and lounge ensembles inspired by the ideal on-display seaside moments. So that following time you go to the seashore, you can channel the sexiest sirens, from Rita Hayworth in 1946’;s Gilda to Jolie in 2001’;s Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.

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Scroll down to see Us Weekly‘s best picks from the collection, all obtainable at EverythingButWater.com.

Bo Derek’;s Nude Suit in 10 (1979)

Bo Derek working her iconic nude swimsuit with braids in 10.

Bo Derek working her iconic nude swimsuit with braids in 10.
Credit: Warner Bros./Getty Photographs

Derek’;s second-skin suit with a fringed update (courtesy of Ale by Alessandra) scores, you guessed it, a ideal 10 ($ 164).

Angelina Jolie’;s Black Bikini in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)

Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft with the bathing suit she inspired by Arkas.

Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft with the bathing suit she inspired by Arkas.
Credit: Mary Evans/PARAMOUNT Photographs / Ronald Grant/Everett Assortment(

All this Arkas child wants is a French braid and a badass mindset (leading, $ 200 bottom, $ 125).

Farrah Fawcett’;s Blue Surfing Suit in Sunburn (1979)

Farrah Fawcett taking the plunge in her unzipped blue one-piece in Sunburn.

Farrah Fawcett taking the plunge in her unzipped blue one-piece in Sunburn.
Credit score: Paramount Photographs/courtesy Everett Assortment

Caught us! Whilst Fawcett’;s red bikini from her iconic poster is one of her most memorable seems to be, we adore this quick-sleeved suit’;s lower and ocean-dipped hue (probably even a lot more) (made by Lisa Marie Fernandez, $ 395).

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Elizabeth Taylor’;s White One-Piece in Abruptly, Last Summer time (1959)

Dame Elizabeth Taylor flaunting her figure in her keyhole bathing suit in Suddenly, Last Summer.

Dame Elizabeth Taylor flaunting her figure in her keyhole bathing suit in Suddenly, Final Summertime.
Credit score: Burt Glinn/John Kobal Foundation/Getty Pictures

This white Lisa Curran 1-piece, accented by a subtly sexy keyhole, is a classic—just like the lady who wore the authentic ($ 245).

Sally Field’;s Yellow Bikini in Gidget (1965)

Teen queen! Sally Field brought the sunshine in her yellow bikini as Gidget.

Teen queen! Sally Field brought the sunshine in her yellow bikini as Gidget.
Credit score: ABC

Little-screen pick! Does anything at all inspire an instantaneous smile fairly like the teen seaside queen’;s ruffled Pilyq two-piece (prime, $ 72 bottom, $ 72)?

Phoebe Cates’; Cherry String Bikini in Quickly Instances at Ridgemont Higher (1982)

Phoebe Cates flaunted all of her assets in this teeny bikini in Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

Phoebe Cates flaunted all of her assets in this teeny bikini in Quickly Occasions at Ridgemont High.
Credit: Courtesy Everett Assortment

Two phrases, by no means a lot more correct: red hot (by Despi best, $ 91 bottom, $ 89).

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Audrey Hepburn’;s Striped Bikini in Two for the Road (1967)

Audrey Hepburn modeling her striped bikini in Two for the Road.

Audrey Hepburn modeling her striped bikini in Two for the Road.
Credit: 20th Century-Fox/Getty Pictures

A far cry from Holly Golightly’;s LBD, Hepburn embraced the rainbow in this scrumptious, striped suit (by Nanette Lepore prime, $ 76 bottom, $ 64).

Ursula Andress’; Buckled Bikini in Dr. No (1962)

In Dr. No, Ursula Andress tempted James Bond in this buckled two-piece.

In Dr. No, Ursula Andress tempted James Bond in this buckled two-piece.
Credit: United Artist/Getty Photographs

Due to the fact who doesn’;t want to appear like a Bond girl (by Shan leading, $ 220 bottom, $ 130)?

Rita Hayworth’;s Bow-Adorned Number in Gilda (1946)

Rita Hayworth looked ever the lady in her bow-topped dress, which inspired this swimsuit by Jets by Jessika Allen.

Rita Hayworth looked ever the lady in her bow-topped dress, which inspired this swimsuit by Jets by Jessika Allen.
Credit: Pictorial Parade/Moviepix/Getty Images

No, Hayworth did not don a swimsuit in this film in reality, she was truly working her publish-infant body in this dress, and the bow helped to hide her further curves. But in the finish, it was all about that bow—a detail which is just as wonderful on this semi-sheer Jets by Jessika Allen a single-piece ($ 259).

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