This brand cares and protests for the environment through fashion and art.
Our swimsuits are made out of recycled and regenerated fabrics. An innovative textile production technique repurposing plastic waste to new products.
In collaboration with Healthy Seas, a nonprofit Eco organization, we aim on minimizing our environmental footprint. Healthy Seas collects ghost fishing nets through underwater cleanups and makes sure they are regenerated into brand new nylon yarn, which we use for our swimwear. They work with volunteers in Greece and many other countries around the world, and we support them with 1% of our income of sales.
The collected nylon nets are first cleaned, then transported to a factory where they are regenerated together with other nylon waste, into the ECONYL® yarn. The yarn is then knitted to produce the fabrics we are using.
We produce our swimwear locally, and we adjust the production volume according to popularity and interest, having an online store and a few Points of Sale to control Stock & Waste. We supply a small stock, but additionally we provide customers the option to express their interest for our out-of-stock items to be reproduced.
A conscious consumer is the one who is well-informed and chooses what to buy based on all the factors of a production chain. In order to reassure you and prove that we are taking all those matters seriously, we have official partnerships with several like-minded companies and organizations.
We want our clients to be able to trust us and share with others, our quality and ethical fundamentals.