Women's Swimwear

    • Allerton

      Independent Australian swimwear brand with a focus on fit and function. Allerton is proudly ethically produced in Australia and uses regenerated Lycra made from discarded fishing nets and plastic bottles wherever possible.

    • Margaret And Hermione

      From fishing nets to swimwear — the young fashion label Margaret & Hermione makes you look hot while wearing recycled fishing nets!

    • Reformation

      Looking for ultra feminine pieces that’ll make you look and feel amazing? Reformation is where you need to look! Close to 15% of their products are made out of “deadstock” fabrics.

    • Greenlee Swim

      Minimal, high-end swimwear for women of all shapes and sizes, while reducing the environmental footprint!

    • Seapia

      Australian-made swimwear that is sustainable, timeless and functional with respect for our planet at its heart!

    • Freebella Swim

      Eco-Swimwear made in downtown L.A. for girls who give a sh*t! Because you can make a difference and still look fly at the same time!

    • Woodlike Ocean

      From gorgeous and delicate to stunning and sporty, Woodlike Ocean has got a bikini or a one piece that was made just for the job!

    • Vitamin A

      Want some effortless, natural sexiness on the beach while wearing recycled nylon or recycled plastic bottles? Well, who doesn’t, right?!

    • allSisters

      Swimsuits where comfy comes hand in hand with sexy and sensual! …and we bet you’ll not even notice you’re wearing what used to be fishing nets!

    • Emroce

      Bikinis made from recycled fabric, women’s dresses made from vintage sheets and girls’ clothes made from men’s shirts, all in a zero waste approach? Here’s Emroce!

    • Aurai

      Eco-friendly swimwear inspired by surf, beach culture and nature!

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