Santos Swim joins Healthy Seas

29 July 2019

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:

“Growing up along the California coast, we have always been immersed in the ocean and are able to experience firsthand the incredible biodiversity that it offers. As a swimwear company, we believe it is important to protect the very body of water that we get to enjoy while wearing our designs. This natural resource provides us with so much life and it is now at greater risk than ever, requiring us all to join together to protect it. Tackling the issues surrounding marine protection is a complicated task, but Healthy Seas is leading the charge in both action and education. We are proud to support Healthy Seas by using ECONYL® regenerated nylon in our products and by donating 1% of sales to their initiative.”

Santos Swim seeks to showcase beauty found in every destination and aims at creating a global community that will inspire one another to live consciously. To browse through their collection, visit:

Healthy Seas is an open initiative open to new partnerships and creative ideas!

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