The Sarno Bikini Top
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The Wilderness collection; introducing the Sarno Bikini.
These sustainable swimmers are designed to be worn in the wild; to climb, dive, jump and swim!
The top is a string triangle shape with coverage being small to mid so is perfecto for those sun dwellers yet still practical for those dips in the ocean.
It’s super comfortable and easy to adjust whether you want to tie around your neck or underneath your armpit; whatever suits! Excellent for minimal tan lines; or just take off completely! The string is super long and can be cut to desired length once fitted.
The double layer gives a stretchy and strong fit, and you get 2-in-1 colours as it is reversible. You are guaranteed that your swimmers won’t go see-through and you’ll still be keen on them next summer.
The colours are killer and can be mixed and matched with all bottoms - take your pick!
- Ethically made in Bali, Indonesia
- Made using ECONYL® 100% regenerated ocean waste
- Tie sides
- 2-in-1 reversible
- Handwash, line dry - easy as
- No plastic packaging
- £1 per purchase direct to Help Refugees UK
〰️ The Sarno set 〰️ 🇮🇹 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The Sarno River Basin (south-west Italy), nestled between the Somma-Vesuvius volcanic complex and the limestone formations of the Campania-Apennine Chain, is one of the most polluted river basins in Europe due to a high rate of industrialisation and intensive agriculture. Water from the Sarno River, which is heavily contaminated by the discharge of human and industrial waste, is partially used for irrigation on the agricultural fields surrounding it.
Some preservation efforts have been made to protect the river and the ecosystems around it. A Padova University study outlined all of the problems, including detailed measurements at every part of what the researchers termed the “River Sarno fluvial corridor, and proposed a number of potential solutions:
"Certainly, the restoration of the minimal vital flow and the definition of Sarno River contract can be the most viable, cost-effective and immediate solutions to be considered by policymakers to start redeveloping this sick river. Focused investments are necessary to support all other actions on a medium- and long-term basis like as a strong involvement of policymakers, lawmakers and stakeholders at all levels (municipal, regional, national and European)."