Best sustainable swimwear brands
From dying fabric with non-toxic ingredients that won't contaminate our ocean and using game-changing eco-fabric Econyl, to manufacturing garments in clean factories - these are the best sustainable swimsuit brands.
Not only is British brand Paper London's swimwear made from an innovative and sustainable jersey partly sourced from recycled fishing nets, but it's impossibly chic as well.
Davy J swimsuits are built for the wild and adventurous - whether that be cliff-divers, surfers or just those who like to lay poolside with attitude.
Recyclable plastic is used to make the fabric of Madewell swimsuits - that's eight plastic bottles for one one-piece.
Anemone Swim is an A-lister favourite for this year. The brand's designs are inspired by a yellow slip dress Kate Moss wore in the nineties, while their material is eco-friendly, sustainable, and equipped with UV 50+ protection.
New Yorker and designer Mara Hoffman uses sustainable materials, processes, and production in order to improve and extend each garment’s life. All of Hoffman's solid swimwear is produced using ECONYL®, a 100% regenerated nylon fiber made from pre and post-consumer waste, like fishing nets, industrial plastic waste and fabric scraps.
Reformation designs and manufactures the majority of its limited-edition collections in factory headquarters in downtown LA. The brand uses Econyl, a regenerated nylon fiber made from waste like fishing nets from the ocean and landfills, to produce swimwear.
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