Our eco-friendly materials

ECONYL

Nylon waste from landfills and oceans around the world is transformed into ECONYL® regenerated nylon. 

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It’s exactly the same as brand new nylon and can be recycled, recreated and remoulded again and again. Compared with conventional fibers, its production emits fewer greenhouse gases and conserves water and energy in the process. Our appetite to create new products and buy new products is infinite. The planet’s resources aren’t. But it’s okay because we can have both: new products and a better environment. Nylon waste from landfills and oceans around the world is transformed into ECONYL® regenerated nylon. It’s exactly the same as brand new nylon and can be recycled, recreated and remoulded again and again. That means you can create new products and buy new products without having to use new resources. Compared with conventional fibers, its production emits fewer greenhouse gases and conserves water and energy in the process. ECONYL® regenerated nylon is a product that can help you close the loop. Made from waste, it’s infinitely recyclable and can unleash infinite possibilities for makers, creators and consumers. It’s all part of the ECONYL® brand vision to make the world a better place by pioneering closed loop regeneration processes and delivering sustainable products.

ECO COTTON

Organic cotton is grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides or other chemical fertilizers, and is simply better for your health and the environment.

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Organic cotton (or natural cotton) is another great eco friendly fabric. It is grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides or other chemical fertilizers, and is simply better for your health and the environment.

Organic agriculture (food and fiber) protects the health of people and the planet by reducing the overall exposure to toxic chemicals from synthetic pesticides that can end up in the ground, air, water and food supply, and that are associated with health consequences, from asthma to cancer. Because organic agriculture doesn’t use toxic pesticides, choosing organic products is an easy way to help protect the environment and yourself.

Clothing made from organic cottons have the feel of linen without the weight. Since natural cottons are not chemically stripped of its natural wax, most weaves have a characteristic smoothness and weight which makes the fabric particularly flattering in its drape and in the mellow way it reflects and absorbs light.

Many allergies may be caused by chemicals in cotton fibers we either wear, or sleep on. 

Natural cotton is easy to care for. Machine wash in cold water with other like colours. Skip the chlorine bleach and fabric softener, and reduce your eco footprint even more. Pre-shrunk Organic white cotton-tumble dry or hand to dry. Iron if desired.

ECO METAL

Metals are infinitely recyclable in principle, so we use recycle metal for our metal tag with logo and for the accessories of the swimwear.

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It’s made 70% with recycle metal mixed with new metal so it can allows more resistant performance in the summer. Metals are infinitely recyclable in principle, so we use recycle metal for our metal tag with logo and for the accessories of the swimwear. It’s made 70% with recycle metal mixed with new metal so it can allows a better resistant performance in the summer. Metal recycling conserves natural resources by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and using less energy than making metal from virgin.

ECO PRINT

Eco-friendly printing contributes to the conservation of the environment through printing. All of our prints are made with ECO OFFSET which is the first sustainable printing system to be validated by a third party, TÜV ITALIA.

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Eco-friendly printing contributes to the conservation of the environment through printing.

All of our prints are made with ECO OFFSET which is the first sustainable printing system to be validated by a third party, TÜV ITALIA.

ECO LINEN

Considered one of the most eco-friendly natural fabrics, linen is biodegradable, recyclable and typically requires less water and energy in its production.

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Considered one of the most eco-friendly natural fabrics, linen is biodegradable, recyclable and typically requires less water and energy in its production.

Linen is one of the most biodegradable and stylish fabrics in fashion history. It is strong, naturally moth resistant, and made from flax plant fibres, so when untreated it’s fully biodegradable. 

Linen can withstand high temperatures – making the fabric generally perfect for raiding the jungle or lounging on a tropical island. It absorbs moisture without holding bacteria. In fact, it is actually stronger when wet than dry and becomes softer and more pliable the more it is washed. It just gets better and better!

Flax, the plant from which Linen is made, is also extremely versatile. Every part of the flax plant has traditionally been used to create a worthwhile product – nothing is wasted, and production is cost effective. A common by-product of flax is Linseed Oil, which is great for wood preservation, especially in varnishes. Flax is resilient and can grow in poor soil, using far less water in its consumption than cotton.

Linen wins because it’s durable, more sustainable than most other materials and it makes you feel like you’re on a yacht in the Mediterranean when you’re wearing it.