Reformation Just Launched A New Chic & Sustainable Swim Line

Reformation Just Launched A New Chic & Sustainable Swim Line
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Reformation’s new swim line, featuring 21 vintage-inspired silhouettes and 15 colourways, just launched

“Skinny dipping is the #1 most sustainable option. This is #2.” – Reformation, 2024

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The brand’s first dip into swimwear was in 2019, using ECONYL, a regenerated nylon fabric made from trash with the potential to be infinitely recyclable. Now, Ref is taking it up a notch, making its swimsuits even more sustainable! Its new swim uses ECONYL leftovers alongside a new, non-synthetic fabric called EVO by Fulgar, a renewable, super soft, bio-based fibre, which contains no plastic and comes from the castor plant – a plant that doesn’t require much water to grow (thus, better for the environment). 

The ultra-chic collection features vintage-inspired silhouettes and prints, including high-waisted bikini bottoms, low-cut backs, contrasting bralettes, and polka dots

Photo: Reformation

Ref also offers apparel to wear with its new swimsuits, ensuring you’re fully styled both in and out of the water.

Reformation’s new swim line is available to shop online, in-store, and at

Shop our picks:

Tossa One Piece Swimsuit
Maldives Bikini Top
Tossa Bikini Top
Rio One Piece Swimsuit

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