Eco Swim by Aqua Green Made with Repreve

Eco Swim by Aqua Green introduces eco-friendly swimwear made with Repreve recycled fibers. Repreve, made by Unifi, Inc. (NYSE: UFI), is the recycled ingredient that makes this line of fashionable swimwear sustainable.

Announced today, June 19, the Eco Swim collection can be seen on beaches from coast to coast this summer, says the company.

It says the Eco Swim line with Repreve contains numerous styles featuring bikinis in classic silhouettes, tankinis, maillots, sport styles and swim dresses with names like EcoIsland, EcoSport and EcoBabe.

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The collection is available in sizes four through eighteen.  Eco Swim designer, Jenni Saylor, is a veteran of the swimwear industry, most recently consulting with designers such as Tory Burch and Nautica, it was stated.

Eco Swim is available for purchase at major retailers including Macy’s, Nordstrom, Belk, Dillard’s, Lord & Taylor, Everything But Water, Canyon Beachwear, Aqua Beachwear and a host of specialty retailers across the nation (U.S.).

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Eco Swim is also available online at,, and For updates on retail placements and availability, you can visit

“At Eco Swim, our passion is swimwear, but as a family company we also have a longtime passion for reducing our carbon footprint so future generations can enjoy the beauty of our beaches,” says Sandra Davidoff, director of corporate public relations, at Eco Swim.

“We wanted to provide our customers with a sustainable swimwear choice that would flatter their body and speak to their personal style. Repreve allowed us to achieve this with no sacrifice to fit, quality or design.”

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