With a full schedule of work and social commitments ahead, I swapped out my go-to comfort bras and favourite crops for the week in favour of a few iconic RAQ designs. Here’s to proving that well designed swimwear isn’t just for the pool.
The smile that got many of us through some dark pandemic times, Milo Hartill is everyone’s favourite “fat diva”. We sat down with the lovely Milo to chat all things body acceptance, industry diversity (or the lack thereof), and the importance of having great role models.
RAQ at the sesh. Who knew swimwear would be perfect festival garb? Probably the team at RAQ, that’s who. Although aesthetically beautiful, I wanted to functionally put my favourite RAQ bikini to test and literally push it to its limits under the hot sun and dust filled site at Pitch Music and Arts Festival.
Over the past few years, the body positivity space has made huge changes for society. But despite all of the hard work, I have to ask; is the body positivity movement excluding big boobs?
She needs no introduction, she is the moment. Abbie Chatfield gets candid with RAQ about her relationship with her body, experiences with online trolling and the intersection of the two.
If you’re reading this then we’re guessing you’re a fan of RAQ. But do you know the woman behind the bikinis? Ruby Staley sits down for a chat with RAQ founder and designer, Sophia.
I remember my chest expanding overnight as a teen. Going from a B to a C to a D cup within a year (of course, I bypassed the cute Bonds bralettes that all the cool girls had).
Please use this as a starting point. We encourage you to read the Fitter's Comments on the product page to determine the appropriate size in our bikini tops.