MAARÏ supports Healthy Seas with 1% of sales

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21 February 2018

MAARÏ has been created by two friends as the perfect fusion between Luxury & Sustainability.

Maria and Federica were raised on the stunning shores of Costa Smeralda and after a life spent on the waves, they grew tired of compromising on product quality and values when looking for swimwear. This is how they decided to create the most fashion-forward swimwear and resort wear that makes women shine from the inside. Salty hair and sunny smiles. Vivid beach sunsets, starry nights and breath-taking dawns. A rebirth for each and every one of us. A purifying ritual that they would love to share with you through MAARÏ Conscious Collections.

Thanks to research and innovation, fishing nets abandoned in our oceans are transformed together with other nylon waste into a secondary raw material, reborn as a virgin quality yarn. The ECONYL® regeneration system guarantees respect for the environment because it continues forever, in a responsible life cycle creating a worldwide positive impact on our climate. The MAARÏ eternal swimsuits are crafted with the high technological ECONYL® nylon yarn, a fibre that can be regenerated infinitely without any loss in quality to provide you with the most innovative swimwear without compromising on comfort and attention to details. A revolutionary fabric made with ECONYL® yarn that excels in softness while having an everlasting positive impact on our planet.

All garments carry the distinctive characteristics of the Made in Italy heritage. Crafted by artisans with more than 50 years experience in the luxury fashion industry. The pristine nature of the beautiful island of Sardinia is the inspiration behind the brand.

MAARÏ is now increasing its environmental commitment by joining the fight against deadly ghost nets and donating 1% for every pu​rchase to Healthy Seas. “We are incredibly humbled to join Healthy Seas and further expand our environmental mission. We grew up on a paradise island having an innate connection to the sea. The respect we developed for nature and biodiversity is deeply rooted in our souls and we infused the same respect in our brand’s collections in order to revolutionise the fashion industry for the best.”, said Maria Fares Taï Co-Founder & CEO of MAARÏ.

You can browse the MAARÏ Conscious Swimwear & Beachwear products at their website: https://maariportocervo.com/

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