A brand is born. "INFINITY ECO SWIM", created by young aged twins from Germany.
With only being 20 years-old the sisters decided to combine their passion for traveling to different places, their obsession with bikinis and giving a voice to what can't speak up for itself and their love for planet earth to create this unique swimwear line.
We are a brand made to inspire women of all ages, sizes and shapes to feel confident, empowered and sexy. Our Core values here at INFINITY ECO SWIM go beyond just making women feel beautiful. Our mission is to help the world to become a happier, healthier and cleaner environment for all and we feel responsible to protect the environment that we love and respect.
This is why we don't use any plastic in our company. Although every design we launch is made out of ECONYL®, regenerated nylon made out of waste that's been rescued from landfills and oceans all around the world.
It performs exactly the same as brand new nylon and it can be recycled, recreated and remoulded again and again. These post-consumer waste materials are recycled, helping to reduce the amount of global waste and feeding it back into production cycles.
The impact of discarded fishing nets and waste is a huge global issue with very significant negative ramifications both within the ocean and in our worlds ecosystem which then in return effects our own food supply! Our brand is creating a movement with our recycled fabrics to help encourage and show others that it is possible to use the recycled fishing net material from the ocean in very positive ways. These uses also foster the creation and support of additional fishing net collective initiatives to help solve this worldwide problem.
"BIKINI'S SAVE OCEANS"
Just like new the fabric is versatile, hyper-resistant, thin, elegant, stretchy, soft and breathable. Both a unique mix of muscular compression and comfort and thanks to its innovative construction, it is twice as resistant to chlorine and suntan creams and oils than competitors’ fabrics.
- Jessica and Vanessa Schulz