Our bikinis are manufactured between two factories in Bali and China.
We asked an agent to help us find a manufacturer who gave their workers a living wage and good working conditions; and we were put in touch with a family owned manufacturer whose values aligned with our own.
They understand our need for sustainable materials and assist us in sourcing the highest quality hardware to ensure long-lasting wear.
Our Balinese manufacturers aim to operate with zero waste, and are part of a project to recycle all fabric scraps from production into pillows, which they donate to local charities distributing to those in need.
They are an equal opportunity employer which maintains a strict 5-day, 40 hour workweek which, in many cases, is unusual in Indonesia. They take pride in the clean and comfortable working conditions, which afford them a healthy and happy staff.
Our Balinese manufacturers are also part of an initiative which recycles fabric from their cutting room to make pillows for those in need.
Each bikini costs us a little more these days, but the peace of mind that comes with knowing our bikinis aren't costing the earth or someone's livelihood is so worth it.