Marble Swimwear's new range is full of love: hearts, rainbows and animal print – and made from eco-friendly fabrics.
Since September 2018, the brand has used 78 per cent Econyl – a yarn made from recycled plastics like fishing nets, industrial plastic from landfills and oceans, and fabric scraps – in all its swimwear, woven with some durable stretchy stuff designed to withstand chlorine and UV for more than one summer. The pieces are then made by 'local communities in Bali who work in safe and ethical environments and are paid a fair living wage', says Marble Swimwear.
And it looks greeeat. Check out the reversible Sasha crop top with little hearts (main pic) and the navy leopard-print stunners (above). Marble Swimwear's tops and bottoms are sold separately so you can choose the right size combo too.