Some of our other fabrics include a high tech totally renawable resource yarn, sourced from Castor Bean, a plant. This yarn has a 25% less impact on climate change compared to a standard polyamide.  For our recently launched Resortwear collection we selected a 100% GOTS certified organic linen from Belgium. From field to fiber, from yarn to fabric, the making of linen is a story of passion and craftsmanship whilst being the most sustainable fabric in the planet. This linen is also Oeko-Tex certified.


Cold water is always the way to go. Not only is it better for the environment but it's definitely better for your swimwear. Washing your clothes in cold water is an easy way to save energy and prevent carbon pollution, while protecting your garment from color fading.

Indoors or outdoors, hanging your clothes is a convenient and sustainable alternative to machine drying. Clothes last longer when hung dry because they suffer less wear and tear from the heat of the dryer. This will avoid fiber degradation. Tip: Don’t put dark pieces in bright/direct sunlight or they will fade, dry them in the shade.


When shopping for laundry products, think natural. Natural detergents and stain removers are made from plant and vegetable-based ingredients (rather than petroleum).

Hang your garment in the bathroom while you shower, this will remove the minor wrinkles. The steam created is usually enough to smooth out most fabrics.  


Minor damages can easily be repaired at home. If you need a fix contact us at Send us a picture and we will give you a tip for each particular product. 

There are some great sites that can be used to sell garments you no longer wear, always a great option to give your swimsuit a second life!

We work to reduce the negative impacts associated with manufacturing and to ensure that all people involved are treated fairly and respectfully along the way. We are proud to be partner with an ethical, women-owned and operated factory in Portugal. This progressive factory boasts many highly regarded industry certifications for labor, social, and ecological practices.  

We limit the amount of garments we create each season to ensure every collection is unique and that we are not wasting resources. Your garment is truly one of a precious few.