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SO NSFW Photos! Barely-There Bikinis
Summer can't be far away! Beautiful, curvy models showed off the latest in swimwear from the Yandy Swim collection, including bikinis, sexy one-piece suits, and some creations that looked more like lingerie than something you would wear in the pool. It was all part of New York Fashion Week. From bare bottoms to nearly exposed breasts, this was an eye-popping runway show, and we have the photos below. But don't dare click on the gallery if you're at work!

From bare bottoms to nearly exposed breasts, this photo gallery of the 2017 Yandy Swim collection is quite something to see! But it's NOT SAFE FOR WORK viewing.

The bikini has a birthday: July 5, 1946. It was on this day that French designer Louis Reard introduced what was considered a most shocking swimsuit at Piscine Molitor, a popular Parisian swimming pool.

Fun facts to know and tell about the bikini, according to History.com:

  • It was named the "bikini" after the Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean where the United States had conducted an atomic test.

  • Designer Louis Reard had trouble finding a model who would wear his skimpy bikini, so he recruited an exotic dancer named Micheline Bernardini, who had no problem appearing almost nude in public.

  • Initially, the bikini was most popular on the beaches of the Mediterranean coast, so much so that Spain and Italy passed laws prohibiting them on public beaches.

  • Americans were so prudish that the bikini didn't become a fashion hit until the 1960s, thanks to the "beach blanket" movies of Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon and by the California surfing culture that was celebrated by the Beach Boys.

Celebrate patriotism and the good ol' USA with this NOT SAFE FOR WORK photo gallery of sexy bikinis--from the classic pin-up girl to a showgirl on the streets of New York City without a top (just body paint!) to all-American girls (barely) decked out in red, white and blue.

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