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As a fashion label, we understand the negative impacts the fashion and textile industry has on our planet.

We pride ourselves in appreciating and taking care of the planet, environment and the ocean. We are an exclusive slow fashion brand and all of our production is made in the most ethical and sustainable way.

As a swimwear brand - we want to honor and take care of our oceans, and we use only sustainable & recycled swim fabric - ECONYL, a fabric made entirely from post - consumer waste like discarded plastic and fishing nets.

Nylon waste, otherwise polluting the Earth, is transformed into ECONYL® regenerated nylon.

Econyl has great eco-friendly credentials; the use of abandoned fishing nets helps to clean up the seas where entanglement in abandoned nets causes the death of many thousands of whales, dolphins and other sea life every year. For every 10,000 tonnes of raw materials recycled into Econyl 70,000 barrels of crude oil are saved, and 57,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions are avoided compared to traditional production methods.  Econyl fabrics can be recycled, recreated and remolded infinitely without losing quality.



Our swimwear is always packed in a 100 % cotton bag. 


We manufacture our swimwear in the beautiful Island of Bali. We pay visits to our production company regurarly and are proud to say that their production methods and beliefs match with our ethical beliefs and value


A percentage of each swimwear piece manufactured goes to save the oceans through the R.O.L.E Foundation's "Zero Waste to Oceans".

You can read more about it at

"Even if you never have the chance to see or touch the ocean, the ocean touches you with every breath you take, every drop of water you drink, every bite you consume. Everyone, everywhere is inextricably connected to and utterly dependent upon the existence of the sea"