We are effortless in learning how to be more sustainable every day.
We are one of the first companies to use sustainable fabrics in Brazil. We start using sustainable and biodeagradable fabrics in 2015 when Rhodia launch Amni® Soul Eco.
What is Amni® Soul Eco ?
AMNI Soul Eco is part of a new generation of textiles that are environmentally-friendly. It is a recyclable and reusable nylon that is as resistant and high-performance as traditional polyamides, and it is the world's first biodegradable yarn in the world.
AMNI SOUL ECO® is the only biodegradable polyamide yarn in the world. Its improved formula allows all cloth made with this innovative technology to quickly decompose after being properly disposed of in landfills.
The unique AMNI SOUL ECO® technology keeps the durability and the quality clothing, thanks to the decomposition process that only starts when the garment is discarded and reaches the landfill having contact with microorganisms existing in this anaerobic environment. Which accomplish the yarn biodegradation.
All of our fabrics are
OEKO-TEX® certified for non-hazardous end-products and all of their components. Products that carry the Standard 100 label have been tested and proven free of harmful levels of toxic substances.
With upcycling, the production process also changes: the designer usually searches, first, for production waste or fabrics to be used and, then, creates the sketch, thus overturning the traditional process of creation and implementation of garments. We have bikinis that comes from the waste of our company cutting part. Like this Black and white bikini in the photo. Buy it now here
We use digital printing for our all our exclusive prints. Compared with traditional wet printing, this process reduces water use (since it requires less wash and rinse cycles) and fabric waste (since we can adjust a print to fit a garment]. There are also no screens or colorant baths that need cleaning. Its very sustainable process that we use.
Manufactured in Brazil
All of our swimwear is made in the Brazil and the majority is crafted locally in Rio Grande do sul and Santa Catarina. Domestic production supports the economy it also contributes to far less carbon emissions and pollution than companies who rely on an international supply chain without knowing in personal how they really work and who works for them and also about fair salaries.
We are as vigilant about our packaging as we are about our garments themselves. We research and source the most sustainable materials we can find and we never use more than needed, especially when shipping.
Each of our garments comes in a hand made bag made with organic cotton that you could bring to beach with your sun protector inside. Its a really cute bag that everybody loves.
We are proudly to say that we donate part of all sales to Ngo Servi that helps women with unexpected pregnancy.