- Circularity Centered
- Considerately Produced
- Cruelty Free
- Friendly Materials
- Giveback Culture
- Locally Crafted
- Water Usage
A timeless 90s square neck swimsuit with flattering thin straps.
The Amelie swimsuit oozes understated elegance and timelessness with its classic 90s neckline and monochrome print. It is double lined for added support with contoured shaping to sculpt the body, and is 100% reversible with an interior of the opposite colourway. This versatile piece looks equally good as a standalone garment worn at the beach or pool as it does as a leotard, tucked into shorts for roaming the city streets.
Materials: ECONYL, 78% Recycled Polyamide, 22% Elastane
Made in Bali
Water Usage: All Elle Nage products are made from ECONYL, a fabric made from regenerated plastic waste and discarded ocean fishing nets. Traditional methods for producing nylon are not eco-friendly since they require huge amounts of water, whereas the production of ECONYL uses significantly less water and creates less waste than virgin nylon.
Cruelty Free: No animal products are used in the creation of Elle Nage products.
Vegan: No animal products are used in the creation of Elle Nage products.
Circularity Centered: Elle Nage pieces start their journey as discarded fishing nets collected from the ocean, where they end up being enjoyed, once again, in all their regenerated glory. Its products are made from ECONYL which is a fabric that can be recycled an infinite amount of times.
Friendly Materials: Elle Nage products are made from ECONYL, an infinitely recyclable regenerated nylon. Products are dyed with Oeko-Tex certified dyes.
Locally Crafted: All products are made by local Indonesian men and women.
Considerately Produced: Elle Nage opts for a regenerated material that is infinitable recyclable, tackling the problem of plastic pollution in the ocean. It gives its fabric off-cuts a purpose by making them into Repair Kits, so that if swimwear ever gets damaged, customers can use a patch to repair it themselves. Unsold stock will either go into a sample sale, or will be recycled. Elle Nage is proud to have a 100% transparent supply chain in which workers negotiate their own salaries and can earn up to 3 times minimum wage. Each worker also receives health insurance packages for themselves and their families, a profit sharing scheme, meal allowance, training on environmental issues, and metal water bottles.
Packaging: Packaging is made in the UK and is 100% compostable, biodegradable and recyclable. Hang tags and hygiene liners are made from FSC certified paper.
Giveback Culture: Elle Nage partners with a supplier in Bali that donates $0.10 USD per piece to a range of charities. These include The ZeroWaste Centre, that helps to clean up the world’s oceans, and Bali Wise, which empowers marginalised Indonesian women through access to education. They have also donated to SOS Indonesia to help feed those in need due to COVID-19. Elle Nage also plants a tree for every pre-order made.
- About The Brand
About The Brand
ELLE NAGE is a luxury, ethically-produced swimwear brand that keeps its impact on the planet at the core of its production. Its swimsuits are created from Econyl - an innovative regenerated nylon crafted from ocean plastic waste - and made in Bali using responsible and ethical practices. Pieces are created by real women for real women, meaning each one has been worked on tirelessly to ensure women feel both comfortable and stylish. Every piece of ELLE NAGE swimwear is reversible, giving you two looks in one.
- Additional information
Circularity Centered, Considerately Produced, Cruelty Free, Friendly Materials, Giveback Culture, Locally Crafted, Vegan, Water Usage
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- Fit & Care
Fit & Care
Model is is a UK size 10-12 and is wearing a Size 2. She is 5ft 8.
Whilst wearing your swimwear try to avoid sitting on rough surfaces.
Try to avoid excessive contact with oils or lotions.
Always rinse your swimwear in cold water as soon as possible after a dip and do not leave to soak.
To dry, place your swimwear in between two towels, then roll up the towels to remove the water. This prevents the fabric from being stretched during wringing. Place your swimwear to dry on a flat surface, out of the sun.
Do not hang on a line as this can stretch the fabric.
Never machine wash, spin or tumble dry your swimwear.