The Strapless bandeau bikini top in khaki-green embodies the clean lines and versatile silhouettes that define Talia Collins swimwear. It’s shaped with a V cut-out to the front and has been made from recycled fibres as part of a collaboration with the Healthy Seas Initiative – an organisation that turns discarded fishing nets into sustainable materials. Pair it with the matching briefs for a coordinated poolside look.
Shown here with Talia Collins The Classic bikini briefs, Aurélie Bidermann Caftan Moon horn-effect bracelet, JW Anderson Twisted hoop earrings, White Story Anouk high-rise twill shorts, Cult Gaia Millie woven-rattan basket bag and Ancient Greek Sandals Desmos leather slides.
Former stylist at Vogue Paris Talia Collins’s passion for preserving marine life is expressed via the creation of her namesake label which produces eco-friendly swimwear. The sustainability-focused brand constructs its minimalist and flattering silhouettes from recycled fishing nets which are repurposed into ethically produced styles. The designer’s preferred colour palette is bold and technical features include chlorine-resistant and SPF50+ properties. All pieces are cut to flatter and the tops and briefs are intended to be mixed and matched to create personalised pairings.