Poland-based premium men’s underwear label, Kust has debuted a sustainable swimwear collection made from recycled materials.
The brand was established in 2017 in Sopot, Poland by Kuba Stachowiak and includes handmade underwear made from the finest organic and sustainable cotton.
Econyl, recycled nylon made from regenerated fishing nets and other ocean waste, was used to create the collection by the luxury menswear company.
The collection includes two series- shorts in royal blue, black, and red as well as briefs in black, turquoise, and deep pink.
The collection is accompanied by a campaign that captures the essence of the Baltic resort town while staying true to the brand's in-house minimalist, retro silhouette.
The briefs are priced at 90 euros, while the shorts are priced at 100 euros.
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