Features a sleek high neck and an athletic-inspired, criss cross back side. Tulle see-through details to embrace your hips and armholes. These pieces ooze of quality and luxury and can also function as loungewear with an added kimono or pants/skirt/dress.
Recycled Lycra with SPF 50. Made in Italy using Econyl thread (more info in Eco Info)
Oeko-Tex certified Tulle with SPF 50, made in Italy
Lilac Lycra and Light Pink tulle
Excellent working conditions
This product is 100% produced in Italy with love and care. The supplier have 30-years experience in crafting high-end swimwear with focus in excellent conditions.
Recycled plastic collected from sea
This product is made by used and discarded plastic bottles and fishing nets, both collected from the ocean, but also pre and post industrial waste. The fabric supplier make a high quality 100% lycra techno-fabric, ECONYL® which is regenerated Nylon that turns waste problems into fashion. This fabric is a versatile, hyper-resistant, thin, elegant, stretch, soft and breathable: a unique mix of muscular compression and comfort. Thanks to its innovative construction, it is twice as resistant to chlorine and suntan creams and oils than competitors’ fabrics.
Energy and water saving production process
UND only work with suppliers who are always looking for new ways to make their work green. The recycled Lycra is produced by an ISO 14001 certified company and both fabric suppliers only use electricity deriving from renewable sources . One of the suppliers also have further decreased energy consumption by replacing all mercury bulbs with last generation lamps, introducing high efficiency engines and planing a relevant quantity of new trees to balance and absorbe the the CO2 they release into the atmosphere.
This products does not contain any animal material or by-product from animals.
Supportin Traditional Skills
The artisanal lab where this product is made is located in Rimini, a small town by the sea in Emilia Romagna, the best known Italian spot for the production of swimwear. UND work very closely with the artisans every season, and fit their models together with them, before producing the collections, improving the carry-over models and creating new cuts.
This product is empowering women in the way that UND are focusing on their collaborators -from the ladies who sew their products to the photographers who shoot their campaigns- making sure they use talented women wherever they can. By having this women-sentric focus, the whole brand is about giving women a better future.
Low Carbon Footprint
This product has a low Carbon Footprint. as UND only work with suppliers who are constantly looking for new ways to make their work green. All materials are sourced locally and as close to home as possible in Italy, and the labels headquarters, which is also their warehouse, is situated only 122 kms away from these suppliers. In addition, all production sites only use electricity deriving from renewable sources.
Low Transport Footprint
This product has a low Transport Footprint, the journey it takes from warehouse to your door. Their packages are shipped with DHL, which is working to achieve zero emissions by 2050.
This product is produced with recycled material and Oeko-Tex certified fabric, where the colouring process is done in a controlled manner and where all chemicals are used in a closed loop where they do not run out into nature. The factory producing the recycled Lycra is also ISA 14001 certified, which implies strict measurements taken in regards to people and nature in the whole production chain.
UND swimwears waste-reduction policy starts form the choice of fabric suppliers, which both have in place a waste management system, applied through the use of recycled raw materials, the reduction of packaging materials and the recovery of non hazardous waste. Their production is small and controlled, the fabrics orders are carefully calculated on the number of items they need to produce each season.
Also by using Lycra made of Econyl, a raw material considered as waste and a huge problem in our oceans, and turning that into a high quality product, UND has waste reduction at its core.
UND turn the waste fabrics left from our previous collections into flash capsules, giving those materials a second life. If a fabric remains, UND face that evntuality as a challenge to turn the waste material into a new exciting project, and that’s how their Capsule Collection of activewear was born. An entire collection crafted with fabrics leftovers from the previous swimwear collections.
This product is produced by companies that recover and re-use water, in order to maximize water saving, and also making sure that water running out into the surroundings of the factory is 100% clean.
UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
Through their fabric supplier this raw material reach the following UN’s Sustainable Development Goals:
Good Health and wellbeing
Clean Water and Sanitation
Affordable and Clean Energy
Decent Work and Economic Growth
Industry Innovation and Infrastructure
Responsible Consumption and Production
Life Below Water
Life on Land
Model wears a size I (S).
I = SMALL
II = MEDIUM
III = LARGE
To choose the most accurate size we recommend using your body measurements, by following the chart below.
- bust: measure around the body at the fullest part of the bust ensuring that the tape measure is parallel to the ground.
- hips: with both legs together measure around the body at the fullest part of the hips ensuring that the tape measure is parallel to the ground.
Swimwear should be rinsed in fresh water after use and placed to dry in an airy spot in the shadows. If you do this after each use, it is not necessary to wash often.
When you need to wash your swimwear, use a cold wash delïcate program and we recommend also using a Gruppy Friend bag, to date the best alternative to catch microplastics from flushing into nature. Studies show that high quality recycled lycra leaves behind less microplastics than virgin lycra materials.
This product is shipped from Italy
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Rest of the world: taxes and duties may apply upon arrival (find out more here)
3-5 business days for Europe
2-5 business days
3-5 business days (+ production time when applicable)
3-5 business days (+ production time when applicable)
Rest of the world
3 -8 business days
14 days open return from the day you receive your order. Returns must be sent and payed for by customer and shipping fee is not refundable. Want to return a product? Mail us here and use your ordering number, and we will follow up.