A bikini is typically a women's two-piece swimsuit featuring two triangles of fabric on top, similar to a bra and covering the woman's breastsand two triangles of fabric on the bottom, the front covering the pelvis but exposing the navel, and the back covering the buttocks. In MayParisian fashion designer Jacques Heim released a two-piece swimsuit design that he named the Atome. His skimpy design was risque, exposing the wearer's navel and much of her buttocks.
Facebook Twitter Email. CNN — A Taiwanese tourist was arrested and fined for wearing a particularly revealing bikini on the beach at the Philippines' newly reopened resort island of Boracay, local media reported. The tourist, who has not been named, sparked controversy by donning a string bikini on the island's famous white-sand beaches on October 9, according to the state-run Philippines News Agency PNA.
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The female traveller was reported to the police after being spotted in the skimpy swimwear at the popular holiday destination. The female tourist, from Taiwan, was with her boyfriend when she was caught wearing the bikini on the island of Boracay, south of Manila in the Philippines. However, she failed to apologise and explained it was a "form of art," continuing to wear it.
An itsy-bitsy, teenie-weenie bikini got her busted. Taiwanese tourist Lin Tzu Ting, 26, was arrested and fined for wearing a nearly nonexistent swimsuit at an island resort in the Philippines, CNN reported Monday. Rochelle Pratt : These women have no respect for themselves. Kato Red : Obey the law while in another country or pay the consequences.
As a born-and-raised beach girl, one of my favorite things to wear in the summer is a seriously adorable bikini. Half the time I always have one under my clothes during the hot months, so I'm never not prepared for a spontaneous beach trip or pool lounging. Bonus points of an itsy bitsy bikini: You don't have to worry about getting weird tan lines from your bathing suit.
Our Instagram feeds have been filled with teeny-weeny swimmers for months, with designs such as the "naked" bikini and the "underboob" bikini taking off online — but leaving many of us questioning the state of the world we live in. Now a woman has discovered that while these barely-there bikinis look great on social media, the reality of wearing one in real-life is actually pretty awkward. Things all started to unravel for the year-old Taiwanese traveller when she decided to wear her "piece of string" bikini while visiting popular tourist island of Boracay in the Philippines. However, the locals apparently didn't take too kindly to the Taiwanese tourist's bum-baring bathers, shaming her choice in swimwear on the Philip Pine Tastic Facebook.