Everlane Just Launched Its First Swimwear Line—and It Starts at $30 – AFAR Media

The intersection of sustainability and affordability can be a small sliver of the Venn diagram of swimwear options these days. Thankfully, Everlane just debuted its first-ever swim collection that not only is ethically manufactured from mostly recycled materials but also tops out at just $70 for a one-piece suit.

Each item in the new Swim by Everlane collection is crafted from 82 percent regenerated nylon made with recycled plastic. (The other 18 percent is elastane, which can’t be sourced from recycled materials—yet—but Everlane says it’s working on it.) The result is a quick-drying and fade-resistant suit that can be machine washed in cold water and hang dried. read more

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JCPenney Adds Swimwear And Activewear Brands – SGB Media

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JCPenney said it is introducing three new women’s swimwear brands, Mynah, Decree and Sonnet Shores, and adding “new selections” from Champion and Puma to support its activewear offerings.

The activewear department will also continue to feature the department store’s in-house Xersion performance brand with moisture-management properties. The retailer also announced an expansion of its home furnishings offerings.

“There is a constant drive to refresh our brands to keep up with the changing needs of our customers,” said Michelle Wlazlo, executive vice president and chief merchant. “Whether it be preparing their home for special celebrations, getting ready for a long-anticipated vacation, or safely reconnecting with family and friends, JCPenney has everything to help our customers stylishly return to their favorite activities this season.” read more

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Bella Hadid shares bikini selfies, hits back at social media user who said she looks ‘so tired’ – Fox News

Bella Hadid isn’t letting the haters get her down.

The 24-year-old model took to Instagram on Monday to show some skin in some steamy bikini snaps.

“Palestinian and Dutch,” wrote the star in the caption alongside several mirror selfies in which she donned a dark blue two-piece bikini with gold accessories.

The post was concluded with a close-up photo of Hadid puckering her lips.

BELLA HADID SHARES STEAMY BIKINI SNAPS FROM HER NEW VERSACE CAMPAIGN

“You look so tired,” commented a follower. read more

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Dad Designs Swimwear Line for Transgender Daughter – YR Media

A Toronto father’s transgender daughter, who transitioned at 9, wanted to wear a bikini for the first time at age 11, but the options were extremely limited. He took matters into own hands and created swimwear for her. 

Following months of research and talking to other parents of transgender kids, Jamie Alexander launched “Rubies” a year ago. The name is inspired by his daughter’s name, Ruby.

“I wanted to design clothing that feels the same and looks the same as my daughter’s cisgender friends are wearing,” said Alexander, according to Yahoo News. The first item was a bikini bottom. The brand is size inclusive, ranging from kids’ sizes 4-24.  read more

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Why Doctors Are Posing in Swimwear on Social Media – Scientific American

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Beginning on July 23, physicians all over the world took to social media to post pictures of themselves in bikinis, using the hashtag #MedBikini. Against the backdrop of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and our broad social awakening to a second pandemic of systemic racism, why would thousands of doctors post pictures of something so seemingly frivolous as themselves in swimwear? We are both surgeons, and watched this play out in real time.

It initially started with a study published in the Journal of Vascular Surgery that purported to analyze the behavior of physicians on social media. The study, conducted by a team of researchers based at the Boston Medical Center and Boston University School of Mecicine, was an attempt to classify the posts of trainees in vascular surgery as either professional or unprofessional. read more

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Women surgeons post bikini pictures after social media study – Fast Company

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Get me social media, stat!

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Doctors, nurses, and others in the medical community have been posting pictures of themselves in bathing suits after a study called out MDs for what the authors deemed inappropriate use of social media. The study was published in a medical journal last year, but it began to attract fresh attention this week, prompting the hashtag #MedBikini to trend on Twitter.

The findings of the study, titled “Prevalence of unprofessional social media content among young vascular surgeons,” aren’t surprising: Be careful what you post online. read more

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