The star of the season is Allegra. This women's swimsuit, inspired by our bestseller Alana, is guaranteed to sweep you off your feet. Clean lines, V-shaped neckline, cross-back straps and soft ruffles: it rhymes with style and simplicity. Small removable pads are present for great comfort and support. Its little sister goes by the name of Alba.

Dark Blue Vichy fabric awakens the nostalgia of a summer lunch under the trees.

• Crossed straps on the back

• Not too high around the thighs for a flattering silhouette

• Removable bra pads

• Retro chic


Each size corresponds to the clothing size you usually wear. If you measure more than 1m70, we would advise selecting a size up.


• SARAH is wearing a size 36. She measures 1m79 / 5’10,5 with a 70B cup / 83cm bust size

• Our size guide is based on the length of the torso. Above 65 cm of length, we recommend the size above.

• We have tested this swimsuit on several sizes and it fits slightly small, we recommend you go up a size.

Composition & Care

• Designed in France and manufactured in Portugal

• Rinse with lukewarm water after each use and air dry

• Do not tumble dry

• Machine wash 30°C

• 45% Polyamid, 43% Polyester, 12% Elastane

CANOPEA is a new brand of sun protective swimwear for children. They aim to reconcile sun protection with style, simple as that. With them, you will find clean-cut cut shapes, subtle colours, unisex rash tops and sun protective swimwear for boys, girls and babies, made from the highest quality European fabrics.

Made in Europe in small workshops, the swimwear is made from Econyl®, a recycled fibre. Tested over 200 hours in a laboratory, the rash guards are chlorine, seawater and sun cream resistant. Made from high-quality European fabrics, they are rated UPF 50+ without any chemical filter, offering the best protection according to the Australian norm, the international reference for sun protection, while being kind to the skin and the environment.

CANOPEA refers to the upper level of the tropical forest. This ecosystem, rich in biodiversity, captures the majority of solar energy, allowing for younger plants to grow safely protected by elder trees. This is the energy that we aim to transmit to our children while making sure they remain safe.