Elle Evans Sustainable Swimwear joins Healthy Seas

10 January 2020

We are very happy to include another sustainable swimwear brand to our growing list of partners!

Elle Evans Swimwear makes each swimsuit to order in their ethical workspace in Melbourne, Australia. Choosing to use luxurious Vita ECONYL® regenerated nylon made from 100% nylon waste from the oceans and landfills- to create all their products. Sustainable practices are the backbone of the company, but contemporary, fashion-focused designs are what Elle Evans Swimwear has become known for. Attention to detail, innovative cuts, and their signature nature-inspired prints come together to create magic each and every collection.

Ellie Evans, Creative Director:

“We are so excited to partner with the Healthy Seas Initiative to donate 1% of all sales to their amazing organization. Healthy Seas Initiative are just some of the incredible people who collect the old fishing nets from the ocean that together with other nylon waste becomes the ECONYL® yarn we use, so it seemed natural for us to give back to them. Our oceans are so important to our whole way of life, we wanted to help support the folks who are out there on a daily basis protecting and advocating for our seas.”

To browse through their collection, please visit: www.elleevansswimwear.com.au

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