Everlane has strived to be the go-to for sustainable-minded basics since its inception back in 2011. After a decade in the game, the brand is adding swimwear to its roster, just in time for your post-vax summer plans. Its debut Swim by Everlane collection includes one-piece suits and separates, like a square-neck bikini top and high-rise hipster bottoms.
“At Everlane, we are beyond excited to kick off the summer. We’ve actually been referring to it as The Double Summer: a chance for us to make up for the wanderlust lost last year,” Sonia Martin, Everlane’s VP of design, told Vogue. “We want our swim collection to represent a sign of good things to come — from the vacation you’ve wanted to the freedom you’ve been craving.”
To stay in line with the brand’s ethos of keeping sustainability at the forefront of its collections, all of Everlane’s swimsuits are made from premium Italian Econyl fabric that includes recycled nylon that’s been made from 13,768 pounds of waste, like old fishing nets.
Everlane’s swimwear collection is available in sizes XXS to XXL with prices starting at $30. Shop it over on Everlane’s website, now, and peep the campaign photos, below.