We are excited to announce that Talia Collins, a swimwear brand that uses luxurious Italian fabrics made of ECONYL® regenerated nylon yarn, has joined Healthy Seas to donate 1% of profits to our environmental initiative. Talia Collins, former Vogue Paris stylist, has combined her love of fashion with her concern for the marine environment, to design timeless […]Read More
A thing of true beauty is a joy foreverThe beauty of a product doesn’t just come from its looks, it also comes from within.
We give consumers a responsible choice of products which tell the powerful story of the journey from waste to wear.
New sustainable textiles
Carpet made from waste materials, including recovered fishing nets, can make a fundamental contribution to sustainable housing and design.
The Healthy Seas initiative is a powerful story. It's a story that inspires brands to develop engaging projects and new forms of cooperation. Share your project with us and tell us how your brand makes a difference.
We are happy to welcome Santos Swim among our growing list of partners who support our work by donating 1% of profits to our environmental initiative. A globally-conscious swimwear brand inspired by world travels, Santo Swim swimsuits feature timeless designs crafted using fabric made of ECONYL® yarn, the infinitely recyclable material. Hannah McDermott, Designer & Creative Director: […]Read More
We are delighted to announce our partnership with Outfyt, an eco-conscious brand that makes its designs in small batches instead of mass-producing them. By doing this they increase quality and eliminate excess production and waste. The brand will be donating 1% of proceeds of their sustainable collection to our environmental initiative. Based in Singapore, the […]Read More
Swedish Stockings approached us because they wanted to support our environmental work by donating 1% of sales from their Elin hosiery to Healthy Seas. They claim to be the only sustainable hosiery brand in the world. One visit to their website and you will find out that its founders, Linn Frisinger and Nadja Forsberg, are outspoken about […]Read More