Every Monday, SwimDaily will feature a flash sale highlighting different companies that contribute to the SI Swimsuit Issue. This week, we are proud to feature Zinke.
Web Site: www.shopzinke.com
Summer Crush Crop (worn by Emily DiDonato in 2013 SI Swimsuit Issue)
Crepe de chine scoop midriff, orange color
Discount Price: $77
Electric Eel String Top
String triangle top features subtle ruffle, removable padding, ocean blue color
Discount Price: $66
Double Ruffle Bandeau
Pale blue color, ties in back
Discount Price: $88
Katie Bikini Bottom
Low-rise bikini bottom, seamless, very cheeky, pastel orchid color
Discount Price: $60
All Store Products
Save 20% off all store products purchased between 9/30 – 10/6 with Coupon Code “SI+ZINKE”
Q&A with Zinke owners Arin Robinson and Jessie Zinke
SwimDaily: Tell me about your company? When did it start?
Arin and Jessie: Zinke is a swim and lingerie label based in New York City. The label was founded by sisters Arin Robinson and Jessie Zinke four years ago. It was initially launched as a bridal lingerie brand but later expanded into lingerie, loungewear, and swim.
SwimDaily: What philosophies are important to the success of your company?
Arin and Jessie: Zinke products are all made in America and quality is of the utmost importance.
SwimDaily: Where did the name of your company come from?
Arin and Jessie: The owners of the company are sisters Jessie and Arin. Zinke is their family name.
SwimDaily: Have you spotted any celebrities wearing you products?
Arin and Jessie: Trendsetters, Vanessa Hudgens and Ireland Baldwin were spotted in Zinke.
SwimDaily: What new products are you most excited for?
Arin and Jessie: The Bari bikini, it’s a tiny triangle top and string bikini bottom with a lace overlay.
SwimDaily: Where would you like to see your company in 10 years?
Arin and Jessie: Zinke hopes to expand into more product categories beyond swim and lingerie.
SwimDaily: How has Sports Illustrated Swimsuit impacted your brand?
Arin and Jessie: The swimsuit issue provides readers with variety and serves as a great source of inspiration.
SwimDaily: What has is been like working with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit?
Arin and Jessie: It’s an honor to work with such an iconic magazine.
SwimDaily: Where do you see swim trends in 10 years?
Arin and Jessie: Swimsuits are becoming more fashion pieces rather than just necessities.
SwimDaily: What does the 50th anniversary of the Swimsuit Issue mean to you?Arin and Jessie:
It’s amazing it’s been 50 years! 50 years of the swimsuit issue is 50 years of celebrating femininity and fashion.