Made with ECONYL®, this swimwear is Environmentally responsible. A premium regenerated nylon manufactured from recovered fishing nets and nylon waste. Made from waste, it's infinitely recyclable and can unleash infinite possibilities for makers, creators, and consumers. Take a look of what can be done with this amazing material produced in Italy
Wolven Eco-friendly Onyx Cage Reversible One Piece
Fearless and versatile — this classic-yet-sexy suit is sure to turn heads. Show off a little skin with an ultra-strappy design, low v-neckline, and open panels. Then, reverse to white for a super chic summer look — just pair with red lip and SPF.
Made from 84% rPET and 16% spandex, this signature four-way stretch fabric is ultra-soft, breathable, quick-drying, and good for the planet.
The fabrics feature a vegan suede finish and are odor resistant.
They want to Make Sustainability Sexy. Their sustainability practices are rooted in mindfulness and the power of choice — from day-to-day decisions to major resolutions. They believe that a collective effort of sustainability has the ability to change our trajectory towards a healthier, more verdant planet. See? Sexy.
How It Fits:
Halter tie straps
Reverses to solid white
Szonja wears size small
MATERIAL: Made from recycled bottles — 84% RPET and 16% spandex.
Vitamin A SustainableSwim
Their exclusive new EcoLux™ matte super fine jersey is made with recycled nylon fiber to conserve precious resources.
The prints are created, when possible, with waterless digital technology at factories specially chosen for their innovative approaches to conserving electricity and water.
They use EcoLuxTM, an exclusive new superfine matte jersey swim fabric produced locally in California, using recycled nylon fiber to conserve resources and LYCRA XTRA LIFE® fiber to extend the life of each swimsuit far beyond that of traditional spandex products.
They employ waterless digital printing technology, incorporate sustainable fibers like Eco Linen into our après-beach styles, and choose factories that conserve water and energy use.
Founded in 2000 by California native Amahlia Stevens, Vitamin A combines feminine design with sustainable innovation.
Vitamin A bikinis and bodysuits are designed and produced locally in California with exceptional attention to detail, in their signature EcoLux fabric - a technically and environmentally superior luxe fabric, made from recycled nylon. They're all about effortless, natural sexiness and that laid-back West Coast vibe that is in their DNA. Vitamin A gives back a portion of proceeds directly to environmental organizations who help to protect our oceans.