Sustainable T-shirts by Lantinga Vita

22 October 2019

We are delighted to welcome Lantinga Vita to our growing list of partners who support our mission! The brand stands for ethical fashion and specialises in developing high-performance solutions for enterprising individuals and active professionals.

Lantinga Vita’s new Oceanum collection uses ECONYL®, the regenerated yarn made of nylon waste such as the fishing nets Healthy Seas collects through its environmental activities.

Nina Lantinga, CEO and Founder of the brand on why they joined Healthy Seas:

“Healthy Seas allows us to align our values with actions that protect marine biodiversity, while removing harmful waste from our oceans. Together, we can have a positive impact on climate change and build a sustainable future for all.”

The Oceanum V-neck Tee is available in a variety of colours and sizes and 1% of each sale will be donated to our initiative!

To browse through their products, visit: https://www.lantingavita.com

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