Every year <i>Sports Illustrated Swimsuit</i> always gets us super-excited to plan our beach wardrobes — there’s no better place to find out which swimwear trends will be all over the beaches once summer arrives. So we’re thrilled to be teaming up with <i>Sports Illustrated</i> this year for a summer-fun blowout: We’ve got an amazing array of chic swimsuits like the styles in this year’s issue (out today!), as well as limited-edition surfboards and exhibition-quality prints from <i>Sports Illustrated Swimsuit</i> 2012. What’s more, 100 percent of the purchase price will benefit the Nature Conservancy’s beaches and oceans conservation work — and that’s something we can all feel good about.
<i>Sports Illustrated</i> has opened its legendary photo archives for this incredible sale. You’ll find Mickey Mantle in repose and in action, plus such other New York legends as Yogi Berra and the much-lamented Ebbets Field. (Yankee haters can take sustenance in the sight of Jackie Robinson stealing home off of Berra.) Bob Cousy, Arnold Palmer and Muhammad Ali are among the other legends depicted, and don’t miss the goalie’s-eye-view shot of Gump Worsley — an unobstructed view, as Worsley was one of the last goalies to play without a face mask.
Here you'll find items from the large — a beautiful suede duffel bag from Luciano Barbera, a 16 x 20" from Sports Illustrated of Ali downing Patterson — to the small — cufflinks by Zegna and Link Up and more, leather goods from wallets to a sommelier kit complete with rosewood corkscrew. And then there are the shoes, then there are the ties, the belts, the sunglasses. In short, here you'll find everything but clothes.
<i>Sports Illustrated Swimsuit</i>’s pictures of beautiful women in beautiful locales are, well, a beautiful thing. Know what's even better? An exhibition-quality print of one of those shots to call your own. What's more, 100 percent of the purchase price benefits the Nature Conservancy’s efforts to conserve our beaches and oceans. Everybody wins.