As a brand we are becoming more environmentally conscious as our world changes around us and so does climate change.
We strive to create a product that is both ethical & sustainable and promotes healthy seas.
We have a small atelier in Rimini, Italy, who have over 20 years experience producing swimwear, they are a family run business. Functionally as well as design is a strong belief within the brand and design team, we make swimwear that fits women of different ages, shapes and sizes. A lot of work goes into this by working closely with our Italian factory on how each piece is cut and fits the body. 
We can guarantee the safety & job security of those involved creating our garments and are proud of the relationship we have with the team.
Made in Italy, our hardware is heat sensitive to the skin and will not tarnish when exposed to water. 
All swimwear fabric is produced in Europe by two suppliers, both are sustainable in their processes. Our swimwear is made from sustainable or recycled yarns, to find out more please look at the material compositions on each individual product page. Recycled yarns can be made up of waste such as discarded fishing nets.
Our clothing is made from 100% natural fibres, it is produced in small production runs, therefore cutting down on waste and minimising environmental impact. 

Prints are designed in house and each piece is created with love by artisans in Jaipur, Rajasthan using traditional techniques. Women from local villages are trained in local crafts and given the incentives to improve their lives by working. 

We have no minimum order quantities for our silk or cotton clothing, meaning we are doing our part to reduce unused clothing and wasted fabrics. 

Digital printing technologies are by nature more sustainable than traditional methods, and they offer a way towards clean and efficient manufacturing. 

Digital Textile Printing saved over 40 billion litres of water worldwide in 2018, offering an efficient solution when compared to traditional water usage of rotary screen printing, which uses 50-60 litres of water per meter. Digital Textile Printing also uses smaller quantities of color, typically 10% of the volume used when compared to screen printing. 

Today the Digital Printing Industry offers a clean future for the environment and as the consumer and buyer becomes more conscious of their environmental choices and the true impact that those choices make, digital technologies and their application will continue to move forward to replace unsustainable and inefficient manufacturing.

If you would like anymore information in order to learn more about our methods, how they are sustainable or environmentally conscious, please email