According to the EPA, 13.1 million tons of swimwear and other textiles are trashed each year, and only 15% are recovered for reuse or being recycled. The fashion industry is one of the largest pollution emitter in the world, and it is hard to deny that our planet cannot take much more gratuitous waste and over consumption. In a changing world, more and more people are trying to set the path for a conscious change, in an effort to reduce human and environmental cost of fashion to a maximum.
Launched in January, new luxury lingerie company, Emilia Intimates, started with one vision: to provide fuller busted women with more choice when buying their underwear. To end years of frustration with the lingerie market, founder Chloe Dorrington, decided to stop complaining and start doing, “to me it was obvious that fuller busted women were demanding more from their bras, but were faced with a sea of nude t-shirt bras, ever practical but never pretty.”
Ballerina are a well-established European manufacturer of exceptional quality garments using state of the art techniques, and implementing very stringent quality control standards.
Plus size swim and lingerie brand, Viva Voluptuous, have just launched a new swimwear range for 2017. Especially designed to cater for curves, the range of colorful and printed bikinis, tankinis and swimsuits offer gentle support to your shape whilst enhancing curves and smoothing over those problem areas. Available in striking stripes, gorgeous floral prints or demure black, there is a swim piece suitable for every occasion.
With Bridal season upon us it’s hard not to get a little bit excited! Wedding venues, flowers, bridesmaids, best men and decorations are among the most essential but sometimes we can forget about the bridal lingerie…