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Eco Bali - Why it resonates with our Eco Swimwear

It’s the discovery of this special land that’s equally stolen my heart and is helping to shape the future of me as a designer and my brands. The location of the shoot was predominantly in a hotel called Katamama. It’s the resort attached to Potato Head, the well-known beach bar located in Seminyak. Upon hearing this it would be easy to presume that they are one of the biggest polluters on the island but I was exceptionally excited to see some of the systems they have put into place...

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A look at 2018, a Retrospective

It feels like the perfect time of year to take a moment and celebrate a few of the highlights that we achieved and shared in 2018. Without the support of our clients, friends, online cheer squad, suppliers, studio assistants, our intern, many models, photographers, dear friends and studio warehouse landlords – we wouldn’t have had such a magical year or achieved so much. Your all incredible unicorns, and every part you play is eternally appreciated

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Welcome to 2019

This time of year can mean so many things for different people. It can be a time of family, friendship and celebration, maybe even a vacation from work or life. It can also be one that brings challenges for many, memories and experiences can tarnish how one feels. I hope whichever boat you sit in, that the year ahead fills you with excitement and offers you prospects that motivate you in one way or another.

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Eco Recycled Plastic Swimwear Fabric - What does that actually mean and why did we choose it?

When planning out and designing our first Swimwear collection, I had needs and wants that the garments had to offer before I would be willing to make them. My non-compromise list so to speak. Much of this came down to the fabric that I would be using...   Its made of 100% regenerated nylon fibre's, taken from pre and post consumer materials - basically plastics being pulled from the oceans - like fishing nets, fishing lines and ropes right through to items like carpets, clothing, plastic rings from cans... the list goes on...

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