Dreamlands + St John
ECONYL© RECYCLED FABRIC
Handmade in Spain
The ultimate triangle top with skinny straps adding a dash of novelty and delicacy. You will love this essential top in our exclusive foliage handmade print.
Our perfect classic string bikini bottom with creased back and adjustable skinny strings tie sides.
Featuring our Eco fabric in double and seamless construction, it delivers a second-skin feel and flattering effect.
80% NY 20% EA LYCRA® XTRA LIFE™
Premium Italian fabrics from Recycled discarded fishing nets and waste materials. All fabrics and components are tested for harmful substances according to Oeko-Tex©100 standard.
- Handwash in cold water
- Do not twist or shrink
- Dry in shade
- Colours may fade when exposed to chemicals
- Bright colours may fade upon long sun exposure
- Avoid suntan lotions
Free delivery to Spain (Peninsular) for orders from 60€Free express delivery worldwide for orders from 150€
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During Final Sales period (Sep/Oct) only size exchanges will be available for reduced items. Check our Terms and conditions.
300GR OF MARINE DEBRIS IS RECYCLED IN EVERY SWIMSUIT
55% LESS GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS ARE SPREAD
54% LESS GROSS ENERGY REQUIREMENT
15% LESS WATER IS NEEDED
Our oceans are filled with items that do not belong there. Tons of plastic, abandoned fishing gear and garbage are dumped in each year. Lost fishing nets, so called ‘ghost nets’ are among the greatest killers in the ocean, causing animal entanglement, pollution and death.
As part of our mission is to offer fashionable yet responsible products, so we wanted to do our part.
Did you know that swimwear fabrics are petroleum-based, very similar to plastic, and they are the most polluting materials among all the fashion industry but they are the easier ones to be recycled?
Our swimwear fabrics are based on recycled nylon ECONYL ®, which is obtained by an upcycling process that gives a second life to marine debris and waste material that is removed by the ONG Healthy Seas from the Adriatic coastline, the North Sea and the Mediterranean.
This way we are able to close the loop, bringing responsible fashion to life at the same time we contribute to protect what we love.