Nanette Lepore Cha Cha Cha Goddess One Piece Swimsuit

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SKU: NL8CN10
Product Code: 8168527
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  • You can do the Cha Cha all night in this beautiful one piece mio. The Nanette Lepore Cha Cha Cha Goddess One Piece Swimsuit features a lovely friendship bracelet design with beaded details and a plunge neckline. 

    Fabric & Care

    • 72% Nylon, 28% Elastane. 
    • Hand wash, cold. 

    Features

    • Deep plunging neckline. 
    • Friendship bracelet and beading detail. 
    • Adjustable, cross back straps. 

    Sizing & Fit

    • Full coverage bottom.
    • No cup support. 

    Country of Origin

    • Made in China. 

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ABOUT THIS BRAND

Nanette Lepore

Known for her bold colors, evocative prints, and signature silhouettes, Nanette Lapore has become one of the leading names in contemporary American fashion. Born in Youngstown, Ohio, Nanette married painter Robert Savage and headed east to New York City. Outfitted with only her talent, tenacity, and a $5,000 loan from her father, Nanette launcher he label in New York City's Garment Center.

Inspired by her artsy bohemian childhood and passion for a good party, Nanette's designs are adored by style makers and celebrities alike, including Michelle Obama, Nicki Minaj, Scarlett Johansson, Taylor Swift, Sofia Vergara, and Kristin Chenoweth.

Today, Nanette Lepore has grown into an international brand that offers women's apparel, swimwear, accessories, and fragrance. Nanette Lepore has shops across the United States, Europe, and Asia – including boutiques in New York City, Los Angeles, Bal Harbour, Chicago, Las Vegas, Boston, London, and Tokyo.