As of summer 2018, Lison Paris uses luxurious Italian fabrics made of almost 80% ECONYL®. A recycled fiber made from nylon waste such as plastic particles, fishings nets, and other discarded materials. The waste is transformed into first-grade nylon for the production of textile products and apparel such as swimwear. The recycled fibers have the same qualities as virgin nylon made from highly contaminating fossil raw materials.
For Lison Paris, it was important that our fabrics be as eco-friendly as possible without losing their technical or stylish qualities. Our best seller, the Bora Bora swimsuit, is made entirely from ECONYL®. This swimsuit was loved by our clients for its beautiful ruffles and elegant colors. Proving that you can have style and use recycled materials. Furthermore, the provider of our recycled fabrics has obtained national as well as international certifications proving their ethics and social responsibility. A few years ago, it has become an official partner of Healthy Seas,
a non-governmental organization with a mission: to clean the oceans of marine litter.
Last year alone, 100 volunteer divers and 27 fishing communities recovered 78 tons of fishing nets from 3 seas
(Adriatic, North, and Mediterranean) Lison Paris uses the beaches and scenery of Mallorca in many of its photo shoots, that is why the brand is determined to be as eco-friendly as possible. Now and in the future.
Buy something good… and beautiful: choose a Lison Paris swimsuit.
Published on 02/18/2020