Volcom Women’s introduces our first-ever ocean friendly swim collection, Simply Solid Swim, composed of 78% ECONYL® regenerated yarn produced by recycling fishnets and other discarded nylons. These ghost nets haunt our oceans and have a propensity to harm marine life below the surface. Recovered nets are “upcycled” to help avoid this risk to marine life. We’re caught up in a good thing. True To This
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Fashion, underwear, sportswear, hosiery, swimwear. ECONYL® NTF products influence future ventures of leading European weavers and apparel brands.
Many of today’s high-end designers are supporting a more sustainable approach to fashion. Stylish clothes, accessories, hosiery and the most exquisite lingerie are all types of garments that can be created from ECONYL® fibers.
Think of high-performance sportswear, swimwear, and outdoor apparel that can be also sustainable and eco-friendly.
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Davy J is a new beachwear brand that is made for open water life.
Designed to survive a dive, pull off a cliff jump or handle a waterfall, Davy J is a new kind of beachwear that you can actually swim in. The ingredient for swimwear fabric is our ECONYL® regenerated yarn.
“Early fish” is a German brand of sustainable beach- and homewear for women and children. The colorful swimsuit collection, for small pirates und mermaids, will be made using 100% ECONYL® regenerated yarn, in Germany and Poland with high social standards.
Mariaz is a Colombian swimwear brand based in London. The brand aesthetic heavily focuses on the handmade detailed finishes using crochet in the process and VITA fabric made with 100% regenerated ECONYL® fibre. Mariaz takes responsibility on sustainable and ethical practices within the sourcing and making of their products with the vision to promote craftsmanship and create fashion-forward and eco-consious designs.
Loud+Proud is a German brand specialized in children clothing. It was founded in 2008 with priority on the combination of sustainability, fair production and a special style. They decided to use our ECONYL® regenerated yarn for their 2015 swimwear collection and are now presenting their second swimwear collection for 2016. They produce in Portugal, Hungary and Germany and monitor every single production step.
The Ocean Positive swimwear collection has a simple minimalist and practical design and is made with a blend of Lycra and ECONYL® nylon yarn coming from pre- and post-consumer waste material like for example abandoned fishing nets recovered from the seas. This swimwear collection is designed especially for wearing under a wetsuit, so some bikini styles have no clasps; others have a single clasp or tie, to be more comfortable.
Shapes in the Sand is an Australian swim and lifestyle wear label. With a strong focus to create swimwear which has a minimal impact on the environment. Each piece is made sustainably and ethically from the very first stages of sourcing, designing and producing a collection. Prints are inspired by our natural world and different environments. Shapes uses ECONYL® a 100% regenerated fibre, derived from discarded nylon fishing nets found at the bottom of the ocean and products which are at the end of their product life. Designed, printed and handmade locally in Australia, this swimwear is made to last season after season.
Designer Vanessa Rivers launched the new sexy, sustainable swimwear line SUMMERLOVE SWIMWEAR from inspirations of her travels, love surfing and her hometown of Santa Barbara.
This fresh, new line of mix and match separates makes going green fun, flirty and affordable. All swimwear is produced in California and designed with 100% regenerated ECONYL® fiber from pre- and post-consumer waste materials. These swimsuits are luxuriously soft, extremely durable and offer a wide range of benefits that are set to revolutionize the swimwear industry.
La Perla has always been synonymous with luxury and great style, but the Italian company known worldwide for its lingerie and beachwear collections has gone further. By using the 100% regenerated ECONYL® fibers, their products are now sustainable without any loss of quality. Lightweight and very comfortable, the collection fits like a glove, providing high breathability and quick drying.
Diana Auria launched her brand after completing the Contour degree at London College of Fashion in 2012. The collection is based around the Greek goddess of hunting, and is as colorful and vibrant as can be. This collection is truly an excellent example of how sustainable fabrics can look just as beautiful as others. The collection is made in the UK and printed on 100% regenerated ECONYL nylon yarn. Auria was highly recommended for ‘Best Sustainable Fashion Designer’ at the prestigious Sustainable City Awards in 2013
Adidas made a concerted effort to produce quality performance products with minimum waste in pieces of their 2014 swimwear collection. ECONYL® cutting-edge fibers were chosen to produce these eco-friendly swimsuits for athletes who are looking for ways to reduce the impact on the planet.
The company estimate the sale of more than 750,000 swimsuits made from recycled materials by the end of 2014.
Wave-O is an Italian brand based in Milan focusing on fashionable t-shirts. In March 2014, Wave-O collaborated with the ECONYL® brand to present a new collection of t-shirts made with the sustainable Nylon yarn, merino wool and Swarovski crystals. The “Be More Eco” collection consists of brightly colored t-shirts with witty sayings such as, “BE COOL BE ECO”, “PLASTIC LOVE” and “I WEAR RECYCLED FABRIC”. The t-shirts draw attention to the sustainability movement with their loud phrases referencing recycling and being more ecological.
VIDEO:Be More Eco launch
Available in the 2014 Autumn/Winter collection, the Triumph bra offers a high level of support for the most extreme athletes. Pieces from the Triaction Collection are made with 100% regenerated ECONYL(R) nylon and combine other eco-friendly features to create the best sportswear imaginable. These new, one-of-a-kind bras feature an unprecedented and exciting journey. With materials from regenerated pre- and post-consumer waste, this eco-friendly collection is helping to save the environment and eliminate waste from the world's seas.
The Arena training collection is made with the latest Arena Waterfeel X-Life® eco fabric, which uses 80% ECONYL® regenerated nylon yarn and 20% elastane Lycra. The colors are vivid and with stylish pattern. Available for men, women and children, these training swimsuits are synonymous with comfort, fit and mobility. The collection offers more resistance to chlorine degradation and enhanced protection from fit loss due to the harsh pool environment thanks to its Waterfeel technology.
High-end swimwear made from 100% regenerated ECONYL® yarn.
Koru is a small company based in Florida that began with the idea to provide eco-friendly swimwear for women who seek quality, function, fashion-forward trends, and a sense of environmental responsibility. This is why designers Julie Brockmeyer Stine and April Slater decided to incorporate eco-friendly fabrics and responsible textile manufacturing processes to swimwear for both sport and leisure.
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Woodlike Ocean is a sustainable swimwear label created by Sonja and Mauricio Palma, wife - husband duo, partners, both sharing a deep love for the ocean, exotic beaches, and a healthy lifestyle.
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After socks, carpets, jackets, swimwear and underwear, for the first time our ECONYL® regenerated yarn will be used in jeans. And we are not talking about any kind of denim producer, but about the brand that is recognized as the creator of this piece of garment, Levi Strauss &Co.