How to spend less precious time slathering on sun cream - was a
major discussion between Emily Cohen and Sabrina Naggar whilst on a
With six children between them, the hours and effort taken to
protect their children's skin as they splashed about in the pool,
was a subject to bemoan. And on their return to England they
continued wondering why a brand that delivered adorable, stylish
and protective kids swimwear just didn't seem to exist.
So the mumtrepeneurs swung into action; together they sourced a
specially woven fabric that delivers a UPF 50 protection and
designed bikinis, swimsuits and the all-important rash-vest to
create Sunuva; great looking beachwear to keep young'uns safe and
cute in the sun. And what a relief for kids too - stick on a
cool rashie and you won't have grown-ups badgering you about
putting on suncream every five minutes!
The Sunuva collection is everything you really want and need at
the beach; Breton stripes to pretty florals, linen shirts to
tie-dye dresses. The big question however; can a grown-up
somehow squeeze into a size 13-14? And if not then when's the
big version launching, please?
Sunuva offers all Vanity Fair A-List subscribers the
chance to win a £500 Sunuva children's holiday wardrobe. To
enter this prize draw, enter your details at http://bit.ly/1xwqslw by 12pm
on Friday 20th June. Terms and conditions