Healthy Seas welcomes Indigo Sage

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03 September 2015

Indigo Sage, a women’s lifestyle brand, joins the “journey from waste to wear” as Healthy Seas’ newest partner. Taleah Smith, the woman behind the brand, creates handmade, sustainable swimwear made from recycled textiles, including ECONYL®, and also natural fabrics such as bamboo, organic cotton and silk. The company is based in Hawaii, inspiring Taleah to incorporate the island way of life into Indigo Sage beachwear designs. The company aims to promote sustainability, motivating its decision to use ECONYL® in all Indigo Sage swimwear, and a partnership with Healthy Seas. Under the partnership, Indigo Sage will donate 1% from every purchase of  Indigo Sage swimwear to the Healthy Seas initiative. This will be of great help to our efforts to recover derelict fishing nets in many seas!

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