WE BELIEVE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN SHOULD NOT BE A LUXURY, BUT AN AFFORDABLE OPTION FOR EVERYONE.
When we set out to design SEPTEMBER the Line, it was always a given, that we would be sustainable and environmentally driven in all our business decisions. From materials, trims, factory, retailers and even brand location - we put sustainability at the core of our brand.
Our swimsuits are sustainable and manufactured at an ethical, family owned factory in Bali. We believe in small run production over mass production.
Quality over quantity.
Our signature luxury Italian recycled fabric is made from 100% regenerated nylon yarn made from pre and post industrial waste such as ghost fishing nets and carpet fluff. Instead of being disposed of in the landfill, they are recovered and transformed into the regenerated nylon that makes your SEPTEMBER the Line swimsuit.
Our Italian sustainable fabric is a unique mix of muscle compression, sculpting and comfort. Thanks to its innovative construction, it is twice as resistant to chlorine and suntan creams and oils then conventional recycled fabric. It’s also a UV protection of 50.
The recycled nylon is woven with 22% Xtra Life Lycra®, a higher durability than mainstream swimwear fabric. Durability = Sustainability
Many brands use a thinner and cheaper lining material on their swimsuits. We don’t do that. We line all our swimsuits and bikinis with the same amazing Italian recycled nylon as the outer fabric.
This gives the suit an enhanced shape retention that sculpts the silhouette, smooths and supports you in all the right areas and leaves you feeling amazing and confident in and out of the water.
Less is really more.
Our swing tags are made from 100% recycled paper card and PVC.
Our Hygiene liners are made from environmentally friendly material and are biodegradable.
Each swimsuit you receive will come in a waterproof 100% recycled PVC bags.
Our new postage bags are 100% compostable and made from sustainably-sourced plants, which means they break down easily in your compost or green waste.