Join the tribe of fashion-forward island girls who take a stand against plastic pollution.
KINILUSH SWIM is a handmade range of beautiful, cutting-edge swimwear inspired by sultry island lifestyles, long beach days, tropical sunrises and sunsets… and to make the world a better place.
KINILUSH Swim is made of recycled fishing nets, in an effort to spread awareness and reduce plastic waste in the oceans.
Shop beautiful swimsuits, bikini tops and bottoms. All tops and bottoms can be mixed and matched, giving you endless possibilities!
Cleaning Up The Oceans, One Bikini At a Time
At the heart of KINILUSH Swim is a simple yet powerful mission: to clean up the ocean, one bikini at a time.
Founded and designed by Jennifer Leha in her tropical home of Bali, this handmade range of beautiful, cutting-edge swimwear is inspired by sultry island lifestyles, long beach days, tropical sunrises and sunsets… and to make the world a better place.
What sets these thoughtfully designed, fashion-forward bikinis and swimsuits aside is that they are made from recycled fishing nets. The nets have been recycled into beautiful fabrics using the latest technologies and creatively reimagined to provide women with the chance to wear swimwear that is stylish, durable and comfortable, but that also serves a greater purpose.
Ocean Plastic Pollution
Sadly, ocean plastic pollution is one of the great global environmental issues we face today. Discarded nylon plastic fishing nets make up a large part of this, with a staggering estimated 1.28 billion pounds of fishing gear left in the oceans every year. These abandoned “ghost nets” accidentally capture, harm and kill marine mammals, sea birds and fish in very large numbers, including whales, dolphins, sharks, seals and sea turtles.
Take a stand with KINILUSH Swim
The philosophy that underpins KINILUSH Swim is to think outside the box, innovatively turning this negative plastic waste around to make a positive change for the environment and the ocean - and to do it with style.
Join our tribe of fashion-forward beach goddesses and eco warriors, and become part of a global movement that connects likeminded people taking a stand against ocean pollution. With love and awareness, together we can build a more sustainable future.