Swimwear has one-piece and two-piece and three-point (bikini) variations. The original swimwear clung to the body, covering most of the body's three-point swimwear points. At the beginning of the 20th century, men’s swimwear began to wear shorts without shirts. After the end of the First World War, women wearing tight-fitting trousers were popular in France, and other swimwear were gradually eliminated. Beginning in 1935, the woman began wearing a two-piece swimsuit made up of bras and shorts. In 1947, bikinis became popular, driving swimwear to a new direction. Modern swimwear has surpassed the past in terms of color, style and material, forming a new trend of multi-color, multi-style and high-quality swimwear.