A luxury brand focused on making eco-friendly and sustainable swimwear. The Barcelona-based label uses the highest quality of recycled fabrics to create high-end silhouettes to last a lifetime. They value not only the highest quality of sustainability but the needs of modern women. The brand was originated from the deep connection and love for the ocean to pay tribute to the power of nature. This emotional connection with the planet is rooted in the core values of allSisters, serving as a constant inspiration for their fresh designs.
With a clear vision for the modern, conscious woman with an active lifestyle, they aim to create comfortable yet empowering swimsuits. With a transparent and ethical design process, the sustainable pioneers utilize the best quality of recycled textiles from Italy that even carry the made in green certification, to guarantee they are tested for harmful substances.
allSisters even make use of stock materiel to create upcycled garments making an affordable and ethical option for all.
With a unique twist on swimwear, the innovators Londre Bodywear create their minimalist designs from recycled plastic bottles. Being completely transparent with their consumer, the brand acknowledges that of course an entire swim piece cannot be made from plastic bottles, therefor they ensure a minimum of 6 goes into each garment.
Keeping the ocean clean, they aim to consistently recycle plastic to reduce the amount stranded in the sea. Refraining the home of their brand from being constantly polluted they have so far recycled over 750,000 plastic bottles.
Made ethically and sustainably in North-America, Londre was born on the beach to create positive change. Creating flattering, high-quality swimwear with the lowest impact possible, the global community is at the heart of the sustainable brand. Valuing the ocean and their community more than profits or money, Londre’s initiatives have led to the removal of thousands of pounds of rubbish from the coast.
The American beach brand born in the heart of NYC presents collections devoted to exploring color in a celebration of women empowerment. Since 2015 the brand has become committed to implementing sustainable and responsible practices while finding safe ways to present colorful collections, to maintain the core of the brand.
The continuously conscious brand encourages consumers to better themselves and revaluate their relationship with clothes while Mara Hoffman maintains a transparent conversation about their sustainable approach. The swimwear legends even encourage criticism for growth.
With a focus on sustainable practices, Mara Hoffman takes a unique approach, considering materials and production to improve and extend a garment’s life. Aiming to create garments that reduce waste, holding the planet at the heart of creation. They prioritize sourcing natural and organic fibers when selecting materials to ensure their responsibly conscious. The innovative leaders even run a full circle shop on their e-commerce site where consumers can buy and sell pre-loved pieces from Mara Hoffman.
The newbie to the luxury British swimwear industry was founded in 2018 with an aim to create timeless swimwear in a sustainable manner to protect the oceans. Focusing on recycled materials, Talia Collins takes fabric choices very seriously. With some designs consciously created using ECONYL, a ground-breaking yarn consisting of regenerated nylon fibres, forged from netting and wasted plastic.
The luxurious garments are all OEKO-TEX standard certified, meaning the consumers can trust that each piece is sourced sustainably. Talia Collins consciously practice eco-friendly process’s when sourcing new fabrics.
The brand purposefully aims to minimize waste, to protect the damage of the fashion industry adding to landfills each year. They recognize the damage their industry does and reflectively seek ways to minimize their detriment to the planet, by using offcuts of fabrics during production to create something new like hair accessories. Their thoughtful process stops these scraps of fabric from going to waste and instead makes a gift.