After a year in the swimwear business, I learned about Amni® Soul Eco, the world’s first biodegradable yarn, it has an enhanced polyamide 6.6 formula allowing clothes to quickly decompose after being properly discarded. This technology keeps the durability and quality of the garments while still offering the polyamide fiber benefits (soft touch, comfort, easy care, etc.) Degrading in around three years. The Amni® Soul Eco solution decomposes ten times faster than conventional polyamides making fashion truly eco-sustainable. Ultimately, this enhances landfills productivity waste by a degradation rate and then directly promotes the conservation of green areas. 

I was amazed and decided to order some to see how the material was. It was the softest and most high-quality material I have ever seen (or touched). All my clients were also amazed by the quality. Besides that, the most important feature was the sustainability behind it. I decided to lower the supply of regular swimsuits and increase the eco-friendly ones. We are not 100% eco-friendly yet, but it's our definite purpose later on. The collections that uses the Amni Soul Eco are Eco Collection and Versatile Collection

Our Brazil Raiz Collection is also sustainable. The fabric used for those pieces are made of recycled plastic bottles. Learn more here

As a conscious fashion brand, we make sure to provide our employees a fairly salary as well as comply with manufacturers that please their employees and provide a safe working space. Our products are made in Brazil with a headquarter in San Antonio, Texas. 

As mentioned above we are not 100% eco-friendly just yet, but we are doing our best to help the environment in every step of this brand by using only recycled and eco-friendly shipping packaging. Our boxes are 100% compostable and recyclable. Our plastic bags are also 100% compostable, as well as our tissue paper.

"If you and I take a step forward in supporting sustainable fashion we are opening up space for more fashion industry to be more conscious in helping our planet and ocean."