woman in bikini on boat


Until 2050 there is more plastic in the oceans than fish. Says a recent study. 46% of all the plastic is "ghost" fishing gear. 

The impact of these silent killers are huge! These ghost nets last approximately 500 years and continue harming the marine life as animals get trapped and suffocate by these nets. Their habitat is harmed as well. 

As you can see in the image. Ghost nets keep harming the marine life and so our whole eco system.source: Google Images

Our goal is to put environmental responsibility in the heart of our brand, so we are using fabrics that will do no harm to our Planet. All of our bikinis are made with 

ECONYL® 100% regenerated Nylon from nylon waste such as fishing nets, carpet flooring and industrial plastic. 

source: Google Images

This sustainable fibre called ECONYL® regenerated nylon is a product of Aquafil, a global leader in the synthetic fibres industry.

Together we can recycle tons of waste from all around the world.

Through a radical regeneration and purification process, nylon waste including fishing nets, carpet flooring and industrial plastic rescued from all over the world, is recycled right back to its original purity and processed into yarns. That means ECONYL® regenerated nylon is exactly the same as fossil-based nylon. After that, it is sent to Italy, where it is transformed into a high-quality, eco-friendly fabric, that is:

- Ultra Chlorine Resitstant

- Resistant to sun screens and oils

- Ensuring 50+ UV Protection 

- Soft and smooth

- Ensuring a perfect fit 

- Absolutely non-see through

And finally all the the bikinis are handmade by a sewing company in bali. They use a traditional way to sew the bikinis.

Do you want to join the journey from waste to wear and help cleaning the planet? Join us, look good and feel good!

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