We design our swimwear in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. With your needs in mind, so that your journey in the water is light and joyful. Our partners along the value chain share our values and our relationship is based on trust and respect. Since 2023, we are proud to offer swimsuits 100% made in Switzerland!

Our collections are small and fabric leftovers are now turned into little bags. This reduces production waste and minimizes dead stock and the bags provide a reusable packaging solution.

In 2020 we launched the Try at Home offer. This concept allows you to try three of our swimsuits in the comfort of your home without having to purchase them first. At the same time, it reduces back and forth shipment due to exchanges. For shipping in Switzerland, we work with the Swiss Post who fully offsets resulting carbon emissions.


We are proud of our entire collection. Until now, it was made in Italy, close to Como, by a family-run manufacture. Since 2023, all our new designs are produced in Switzerland in Lugano, by a female-owned manufacture. Their skilled and experienced seamstresses master a wide range of techniques. We visit the site regularly and closely monitor the process from prototyping to final production.

The fabric used for these pieces is produced in Italy and made of ECONYL®, 100% regenerated nylon fiber from fishnets and other nylon waste. The waste is recovered from the ocean, landfills and the nylon industry, and is transformed by Aquafil into ECONYL® regenerated nylon. This process contributes to the reduction of plastics landing in the environment and to significantly lower carbon emissions for its production.

The fabric is of the highest quality, which will please both swimmers in search of a long-lasting product and women looking for enhanced support and hold.


Comfort is crucial to us. Our bikinis harbor removable cups for enhanced breast support and coverage. Still, for our one-piece swimsuits, and with currently no sustainable solution on the market, we believe the double lining provides sufficient support.

Take back scheme to give a second life to your used swimsuits

Inspired by the circular economy, iCEEP is a mobile application that connects brands to their customers allowing them to return their used items and be rewarded for it from the comfort of their homes.

Simply download the App ( App Store or Google Play) and register to become part of the iCEEP community and a “zero waste hero”. In the app, you choose the type of product you would like to return and get rewarded with a 10% reduction on your next purchase per item sent back. iCEEP is taking care of the shipment and storage and together we are looking for solutions to make use of the swimsuits. Be it second-hand or regeneration, we will let you know here of any developments.


We are part of the STI program since Fall 2020. Over 9 to 12 months, we will develop targets that will contribute to the 2030 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our progress will be measured and used to assess the contribution of Swiss companies to the realization of the SDGs.

The Swiss Triple Impact (STI) is an engagement program for moving the Swiss ecosystem effectively towards a resilient economy. It is initiated by the non-profit organization B Lab Switzerland. This program, unique at the European level, assists Swiss companies to measure their contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and thus to identify the most important areas for improvement, while at the same time opening up new business opportunities and boosting innovation. The STI program creates a dynamic allowing commitment across the country, with an overall target to engage more than 3,000 companies in a wide range of sizes and sectors.