The ethical British designer Katharine Hamnett has joined forced with YOOXYGEN to create an eco- friendly capsule swimwear collection ,SAVE THE SEA, with each piece ethically made in sustainable fabrics and organic cotton.
The collection comprises of 14 Fifties-inspired pieces including one-piece swimsuits, bikinis, cover-ups, tote bags and beach towels covered in polka dot prints or the bold Save the Sea logo. Prices start at £45.00 and a…Continue
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Rapanui, the Eco Surfwear brand from the Isle of Wight, has won the Sustainable Business Awards for its commitment to sustainability and passion for doing business the right way. The brand, co founded by two under-25 year old brothers is the youngest business to win the award.
Rapanui, founded by brothers Martin and Rob…
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