Inside the Sexy Issue: Barely-There Swimwear, Other Hot Looks Make a Splash at New Heights Hotel

Swimsuit, $315, by Dolce & Gabbana at Neiman Marcus

SWIMWEAR. LINGERIE. A pretty little peek at early fall. The annual Sexy Issue has returned with Volume 4, and the heat is on.


Jumpsuit by Oscar de la Renta, and sunglasses, $145, at Tootsies

Dress, by Oscar de la Renta, heels, $775, by Malone Souliers, sunglasses, at Tootsie's; men's button-down, by Canali, $165, shorts, $156, sunglasses, $349, by Maui Jim, and sneakers, $580, by Alexander McQueen, all at Neiman Marcus

From left to right: Boxers, $70, by Tom Ford; lingerie, $130, by Cosbella; briefs, $50, by Tom Ford, all at Neiman Marcus.

Swimsuit, $315, by Dolce & Gabbana at Neiman Marcus

Dress and sunglasses, both by Michael Kors Collection.

Swimsuit, $15, by Mizok at Amazon

Cover-up, $8,750, by Tom Ford at Neiman Marcus

Silk jacket, $1,125, and pants, $600, both by For Restless Sleepers at Tootsies

Shorts, bag and sunglasses, all by Michael Kors Collection

Swim trunks, $20, by Yuzhou at Amazon

Blouse and boots by Stella McCartney, and sunglasses, at Tootsies

Sweater, vest, body suit and skirt by Chanel

Swim shorts, $280, by Vilebrequin at Neiman Marcus

Leopard dress by Christian Dior, and sunglasses, at Tootsies

Men's swim trunks, $20, by Yuzhou; bikini, $25, by Suvimuga, both at Amazon

Styling by Todd Ramos

Art Direction by Patrick Magee

Hair and Makeup by Edward Sanchez

Models: Jasmine Grant and Jack Allread for Wallflower Management and Sadie Reidy and Trey Lemons for Page Parkes

Style assistant: Greta Connolly

Shot on Location at Heights House Hotel

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