PatBo Reveals Resort 2022 Collection

Creative Director of PatBo, Patricia Bonaldi, unveiled her Resort 2022 Collection that pulls inspiration from fashion’s most colorful decade, the 1980s.

In beachwear, electric pinks, neon greens, and bright blues flourish all through the collection. The “Cindy Print” is inspired by 80s pop icon Cindy Lauper and features multicolor jellybean shapes that look equal parts retro and modern. This colorful and playful design is shown throughout their beachwear and in their Cindy Cotton Tunic which retails for $395.00.

The brand’s signature “hybrid” dresses that is part swim and part dress returns with fresh updates including inset shoulder pads, ribcage cut-outs, and crochet skirts.

In ready-to-wear, the tropical “Tarsila Print” is inspired by the paintings of Brazilian modernist artist Tarsila do Amoral.The graphic lines and pop colors of the print evoke the artist’s aesthetic.

Each piece of clothing in the group is designed to feel light and effortless with flowy dresses, high waist palazzo pants, and easy tie-front tops.

Patbo’s 2 piece bikinis start at $140 per each piece while one-pieces start at $325.00. Their beach dresses and maxi dresses start at $650.00. To shop the full resort collection please visit Pre-order today and be the first to receive the new collection with items being shipped from November 15th through December 15, 2021.


  • Location: Hodges Bay Resort & Spa, Antigua
  • Videographer: R.B Umali
  • Photographer: Lisa Richov
  • Talent: Emma Yaugo, Haylie Turnquest, Sarah Prendergast
  • Hair and Makeup: Agata Helena
  • Sunglasses: Poppy Lissiman
  • Jewelry: Mercedes Salazar
  • Hats: Eugenia Kim

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About PatBo

PatBO is a Brazilian brand that captures the vibrant energy of South America through it’s artfully hand-embroidered Ready-To-Wear and Swim Collections. Born and raised in Brazil, Founder & Creative Director Patricia Bonaldi began her career by opening a multi-brand store in her hometown of Uberlândia. Soon after, she began receiving requests to design her own collection, launching her eponymous label. To learn more please visit:


Source: PatBo