Dive Into Summer With This Sustainable Swimwear Collaboration From OOKIOH And Rachael Wang
Who knew plastic bottles and recycled nylon could look this good?
We are always on the lookout to celebrate those pieces that serve us style and sustainability in equal measure. A new collaboration from Rachael Wang and OOKIOH Swimwear is delivering that equilibrium in their new range of bikinis and one pieces made from recycled nylon and plastic bottles.
This team is a match made in heaven with OOKIOH pledging to be pre-consumer plastic free within the next 2 years, and Wang being one of the earliest champions of ethical and sustainable fashion.
The new collection that the LA stylist and swimwear brand have worked on together features underwire bikini tops called the ATITL’AN with high-waisted bikini briefs in two varying shapes, the DEAD SEA and the slightly skimpier MILOS. As well as triangle bikini bras called the BOCAS and sophisticated swimsuit one-pieces called the AGADIR. The collection is available in smart, neutral colors including a khaki green and a white.
Extra shop-ability points go this collaboration for its range of inclusive sizes, its one-hundred percent compostable packaging, and on top of this 10 percent of the proceeds of the collection will help fund the tackling of intersectional environmentalism.
Dive into shopping this swimwear here where you can pick up a piece ranging from $79 to $158.