Beachwear such as swimsuits are also increasingly made in such a way as to answer ethical questions. They are often obtained from materials collected from the oceans, produced through a traceable supply chain and with recycled materials.
Here are the 3 brands that we have identified:
Aloha launches its first collection of eco-responsible swimwear.
The collection is made from regenerated Econyl nylon: good for the planet and for the skin with UPF 50+ sun protection.
The production is carried out in an eco-responsible way. Pre-orders help prevent production waste and offer customers a 15% discount.
The collection ranges from bikini to swimsuit with multiple colors and geometric prints.
Born in 2019, the brand stands out with a retro style by borrowing references to art and pop culture, with a touch of vintage while maintaining the eco-responsible aspect.
Committed to making conscious and sustainable choices in the sourcing and manufacturing of materials, the collections are made up of approximately 90% sustainable or recycled materials, and continually researching ways to improve this in the future. Each garment is made in the Istanbul workshop by a team of sewing specialists.
Sober and chic, Norba is a Ukrainian brand created in 2018 by two sisters, Olha and Helen Norba. Famous for the perfect fit of her sportswear and for its minimalist look. Recently, they have expanded their product line with sustainable swimwear.
Indeed, the swimsuits are made in Econyl. This type of nylon is made from scraps of synthetic fabric and plastic from the oceans.