This summer, everyone is a queen or king, because Maluma’s Royalty collection of coastal-inspired fashions is coming to a Macy’s near you.
Following the Colombian singer’s Macy’s debut in March, the Royalty Summer 2022 line is vibrant, tropical and built for adventure.
Designed in partnership with Reunited Clothing, the collection features bold prints in color swatches of mojito green, scuba blue, hot pink, signature white, black, gray, sunset-inspired ombres and more.
Beach scenes, palm trees and vacation vibes cover the tops, bottoms, jackets, dresses, bathing suits and resort-ready pieces, so you can feel transported whether or not you’re being a tourist.
“I truly can’t wait for my fans, fashion lovers and the customers at Macy’s to see this collection that makes you want to go on vacation by wearing the pieces,” Maluma is quoted in a press release. “This is my first time ever designing a summer collection, and for me, it was special because I had the opportunity to design bathing suits for women; an experience that was completely memorable and inspiring.”
The Royalty summer collection nods to the singer’s hit “Hawaii,” but also to his childhood home.
“It was important for me to share in this collection more of the coastal side of Colombia that inspires me, like Cartagena and Santa Marta, which have clear blue waters, picturesque beaches and my love for the island scene,” he continues. “In our Winter 2022 collection, my hometown of Medellin (a city) was of inspiration, and this collection, it takes you to the beach side of Colombia that many might not know about. And, I want to continue sharing Colombia with the world in all ways.”
Pieces have been designed to mix and match, so you can give your own creative flair to the Maluma palette. Sizes range from XS to XXL, and prices run from $39.50 to $120.
Royalty by Maluma is now available via macys.com, the Macy’s mobile app and select Macy’s stores nationwide. Visit Macy’s online for more details, and to get your fashionable island adventure on its way.
Photography by: Phraa