A former Vogue Paris stylist has launched an eco-friendly swimwear label

Talia Collins has just unveiled the year’s must-have swimwear line. Timeless bikinis and one-pieces that are completely eco-friendly and created out of recycled fishing nets.

 Former Vogue Paris stylist Talia Collins has launched her own label of on-trend, customizable swimwear. What’s more, they’re totally eco-friendly.

Former Vogue Paris stylist Talia Collins has launched her own label of on-trend, customizable swimwear. What’s more, they’re totally eco-friendly.


After five years as a stylist for Vogue ParisTalia Collins has announced the launch of her eponymous label, which brings together her love of fashion and her passion for the preservation of marine life.

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The label will release a collection of well-cut swimwear available in a bountiful palette of shades, which can be mixed and matched and personalized with the wearer’s initials. The swimwear will also have a filter that provides sun protection of up to 50 SPF.

In the true spirit of conscious fashion, 10% of all profits from the label will go to Healthy Seas, which aims to repurpose fishing nets.

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