Ethical swimwear brand F and Wild launches its first collection

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2021-07-21 10:20:03 – United Kingdom

F & Wild London, a new ethical swimwear brand, has launched its first collection, which is created from regenerated plastic waste, including fishing nets that have been cleaned from our oceans.

The first Lamu Collection from the women's swimwear brand, founded by slow fashion advocate Njoki Muchuki, is named after her birthplace Lamu Island in Kenya.

The collection includes a plunging, double-layered ‘Alice’ swimsuit designed to enhance curves for a classy vintage look and two bikini styles designed to be mixed and matched. The ‘Kami' is a gathered tie-back halter neck bikini top with a curve-flattering bottom, while the ‘Dee' is a bandeau with a high-waist bottom.

Each item is available in three different colors: midnight blue, terracotta, and animal print.

F and Wild swimwear are created using Econyl, a versatile, hyper-resistant, thin, soft, and breathable stretch fabric made from regenerated Nylon. Other features of the swimsuit include sun cream and oil resistance, UV protection, and ultra-chlorine resistance.

Muchuki guarantees that fair living wages are paid and ethical working standards are maintained at a studio in Greenwich, south-east London, where all goods are developed and handcrafted.

F & Wild one-piece suits cost 130 pounds and are available in sizes 8-18, while bikini tops and bottoms cost 50 pounds and 60 pounds, respectively, and are available in sizes 8-14 on the brand's website.

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