RESPECT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT IS AT THE CENTER OF OUR COMMITMENTS

And yet, designing a second-skin swimsuit or beachwear involves using synthetic materials such as polyamide or polyester which are not natural but chemical materials because they come from hydrocarbons.

So how do you do it?

By selecting only recycled materials near French and European suppliers,

we limit the environmental impact of our collections as much as possible.

To achieve this, we are working on three types of supply:

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1 / The purchase of fabrics from the recovery of plastic waste collected at sea

This waste pollutes and has a dramatic impact on marine flora and fauna. Recovered, crushed then transformed into threads, we give them a second life by reusing them to make our plain and printed fabrics.

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2/ L'achat de tissus issus de déchets industriels.

A lot of obsolete industrial waste is thrown away and burnt, constituting a significant pollution for the environment. By recycling them, their destruction is avoided!

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3 / The purchase of fabrics already produced but not used.

We also sometimes buy high-end materials produced in excess for luxury houses that do not use them. It is another eco-responsible way of proceeding to have the "green attitude".

The benefits of all this?

A hell of a lot of water saved, tons of CO2 saved, lots of fun trying to do better.