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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