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Brand to Watch: Fisch Swimwear

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by Make it last on 23 September, 2017

FISCH is a luxury sustainable swimwear brand that originated from the Swedish-born and St. Barth’s based founder and designer Agnes Fischer’s discovery of Healthy Seas—an organization of divers dedicated to eradicating discarded ghost fishing nets from our ocean’s. By sourcing and recycling local Mediterranean fishing nets into viable fabrications, each FISCH swimsuit is made from ECONYL, A 100% regenerated fibre. 10 % of global FISCH sales are donated back to the organizations activities.

FISCH’s eco-nylon 7-piece debut resort 2018 collection—exquisitely-cut, impeccably-fit to flatter classic one-piece suits meets fun 80’s-era strings and 90’s-minimalism bikinis—aims to bring the local landscape of St. Barth’s into a modern setting.


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