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We totally got lost on Instagram, hopping from one feed to another. As we're longing for summer (like crazy), we got especially obsessed with finding new sustainable swimwear. Here's 5 brands to follow!

@MimeSwim

Mime swim is an Australian brand that makes sustainable swimwear out of material that’s made from destructive ghost fishing nets.

@InYourArms

Another Aussie! In your arms makes swimwear and eco-friendly resort wear with a conscious and ethical approach. Oh, and they’re vegan.

@VitaminA

Vitamin A makes sustainable bikinis and beachwear in California, using a material called EcoLux—a matte superfine jersey made with recycled nylon fiber.

@AllSisters

All sisters is a Barcelona based swimwear brand that makes swimsuits with an aim to respect the environment and its natural resources.

@VegeThreads

Australian’s know their swimwear. Vege Threads is an organic and ethical brand that consider every step to ensure minimal effect on people and planet.


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