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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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LIVELY Launched Its First Sustainable Swimwear Line — And It Starts At $45 – Refinery29

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This morning, LIVELY, a community-driven lingerie and activewear brand designed by women for women, launched a new line of swimwear that checks off all of our boxes. Not only do the new arrivals fit and feel as good as the brand’s cult-favorite bras, they’re also size-inclusive, affordable — every option costs $45 — and, for the first time, sustainable. All five swim styles, which include the brand’s core bandeau, sports bra, and bralette tops and their bikini and high-waist bottoms, feature a new outer fabric layer made from recycled plastic. Source read more

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