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Three Emerging Swimwear Brands That Blend Luxury And Sustainability That Should Be On Your Radar – Forbes

Swimwear season is finally here. When you think of sustainable fabrics used in the fashion industry, images of cotton and other natural fibers most likely come to mind. However, when it comes to swimwear, natural fibers are a no-go. Performance is key. 

The use of upcycled synthetic fabrics, slowing down manufacturing, creating timeless designs, and utilizing deadstock materials are just some of the directions in which the sustainable swimwear industry is headed. While the luxury sustainable swimwear market now offers a decent amount of options, I rounded up three brands that you may not know, but that should definitely be on your radar.  read more

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How Liandra Swim Fuses Tradition and Sustainability – Vogue

Before she launched her brand, she was a high school teacher and taught herself how to make clothes. She finds joy in fusing her culture’s traditional elements with a more unexpected design aesthetic. One of those traditions is sustainability; Gaykamangu says she was always taught to respect the earth. Pieces in her latest collection, called “241: The Contrast,” are made from Repreve, a recycled fiber made from plastic bottles. (The packaging is also 100% compostable.) Most of the designs are reversible as well, encouraging her customers to buy less, re-wear more. read more

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