O’ave sports fashion, joins Healthy Seas

13 March 2020

O`ave creates sustainable fashion. They are using fabric made of regenerated ECONYL® yarn which contains nylon waste from old carpets and fishing nets. O’ave has also found resource-friendy options for its packaging and shipping. Their sustainable approach is consistent with our own and so we are very happy to welcome them onboard Healthy Seas as a partner and thankful for their support of 1% of proceeds from their collection.

Managing Director, Sören Romboy, told us why they chose to join Healthy Seas:

After Pia and I traveled through Thailand and Africa and saw the beaches full of garbage, the decision was made to revolutionize the fashion industry and use existing waste. ECONYL® and Healthy Seas perfectly combine our fashionable approach with the basic idea of sustainability.

To browse through their sports fashion line, visit: https://o-ave.com/

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