Launched in early 2015, Bower Swimwear is a luxury ethical & sustainable British swimwear brand. Influenced by a childhood spent by the sea at Sydney’s Fairy Bower they now split their time between London & Biarritz creating a label that responds to a need for modern and beautifully constructed swimwear that retains functionality and ease of wear. Each season Bower draws inspiration from strong, unique and universally admired women, creating design-led swimwear with a focus on the now with a nod to the past. The designs utilise luxury fabrics, partnering with complex construction and considered details. With components sourced from Italy & France, the final product is constructed at a family run factory in Portugal which they visit on a regular basis. Over the past few seasons they have been working towards creating a brand that is as ethical and sustainable as possible. Using a combination of fabrics made from recycled polyamide and fishing net plus ensuring our processes and production create as little waste as possible. They source all components from factories within Europe that adhere to high standards of production and ensure safe and fair working environments for their employees. Included in the collection are SensitivEcoSystem® fabrics and also another line made from recycled fishing nets, certifying our commitment to eco sustainability and the environment.
MADE IN PORTUGAL AND ITALY
BASED IN UK AND SHIPPING: INTERNATIONAL
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Brand works in a way to ensure that they create as little waste as possible and reuse their leftover fabrics to make new products.
Their swimwear is made from Italian ECONYL® yarn made from recycled fishing nets.
They use toxin/chemical free dyes.
They do free of charge garment repairing and upcycle returned garments.
Their materials are sourced from Italy & France and their garments are made in Portugal and from Resort 19 collection onwards they have moved their production to Italy were they have partnered with a boutique factory. They regularly visit their factories and guarantee that all employees are paid under EU guidelines and are provided with safe working conditions.
Their hardwear is made in France from use 24 karat dipped gold. The choice to source within Europe is to, ensure that the makers are paid properly and treated fairly. They use man made Italian viscose for their clothing which is vegan and produced using processes that try to minimise environmental impact.
They use recycled packaging.