More than just swimwear, at SEAMORGENS they are passionate about conserving the marine environment after seeing first-hand the devastation plastic has caused.
They have just one collection and it has nothing to do with current fashion trends, but rather timeless ocean inspired pieces. It consists of 7 different prints with 4 different top and bottom styles that can be mixed and matched to suit all needs and coverages.
They also believe in ethically made slow fashion. Their small team consisting of two people, personally design and make all the samples and have a great relationship with their SeaMorgens manufacturer that plays an active part in the creation process and collects all fabric waste to ensure they are in control of what happens to their waste. This is why they started projects to make bralettes, face masks, and scrunchies from their waste fabric cut offs.

They want to produce a finished product that they can say had as little negative impact on the environment, and the people who made the garment, as it possibly can.

It’s not enough for them to make as little negative impact as possible, they want to make a positive one, therefore a percentage of their profits also help directly fund marine conservation programs happening around the world. So far with the profits they support Healthy Seas and 2 other foundation.

The plain side of their swimwear is produced using ECONYL® regenerated nylon.