Fashion catwalks all over the world leave us with the freshest and fun looks for the Spring-Summer 2015 season. As a key item in any lineup, men’s swimsuits are present in many fashion shows, with prints and patterns in attractive colors designed to make a statement in beaches and pools.

At TARIFA and COMPANY we’ve selected a few looks so you can start shaping your closet to sport the latest trends that are now hitting the catwalk.

Desigual’s Happy Casual finds its greatest exponent on the swimwear line driven by tropical prints or patterns with fruits and birds. Big Hawaiian-style icons, such as Elvis Presley or Thomas Magnum, are the inspiration for this optimistic and relaxed collection.


Dsquared2′s collection presents passion and vitality for the most daring. It flips earthy tones in camouflage prints for fluor tones in their swimsuits and offers various lengths in its designs.


With a lineup that invites for elegant while comfortable looks, Dunhill transmits quality, fresh trends and versatility in its combinations. In more moderate tones, it adds floral prints to its Spring-Summer 2015 proposals.



Who hasn’t dreamt about flying sometime? Adrenaline, fun and action are all things you will experience with Flyboard, the hit sport in beaches around the world.

Sea and height combine to create the freshest sport this summer. Swim like a dolphin, rise more than 12 meters above the water and spin with incredible moves with just a pair of boots, a board and two water streams generated by a jetski.

In Ibiza, Tarifa, or Miami, try out Flyboard this summer on your favorite beach! Even Leonardo DiCaprio has tried this new liberating experience. Are you up for the luxury of floating above water?


Franky Zapata starting tinkering on his new device in the Spring of 2011. Thanks to his experience with jetskis, he was able to quickly build a prototype, and after a few tests, Franky introduced Flyboard to the world in a jetski competition in China in 2012.

We’ve already tried it in the chilly waters of Vigo, Spain, although it’s apparent we need more practice… are you in?