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Sustainable materials

That's what your MYMARINI is made of

Our main focus when sourcing new fabrics is on sustainable materials, hence environmentally sound materials that are durable and innovative. Ecological and social factors are important to us throughout the entire value chain of our products. We make sure that the materials are produced fairly, are free of toxins and do not pose a threat to nature or other living creatures. All fabrics we use are sourced from European suppliers. You can find out more about our materials and supply chain in our sustainability report. Here, we give you a deeper insight into the materials we use for our MYMARINI designs.

ECONYL® regenerated nylon yarn

ECONYL® is the brand name of the regenerated nylon yarn used for our swimwear fabrics. It is made from 100% pre- and post-consumer waste, including fabric scraps, carpeting, industrial plastics and fishing nets. While the regeneration and spinning process takes place in Slovenia it then is knitted into our beloved high-quality swimwear fabric in the north of Italy. The use of regenerated resources reduces the ecological footprint of your MYMARINI and decreases textile waste that would otherwise end up in landfills. This also helps to conserve valuable resources and reduce the production of new materials.

All fabrics for our bikini and swimsuit collections that are made using ECONYL® yarn are certified to OEKO TEX Standard 100 and the Global Recycling Standard (GRS). ECONYL® yarns are used for almost all our swimwear fabrics and most ready-to-wear styles.


Elastane is a synthetic fiber consisting mainly of polyurethane. It is a component of our swimwear fabrics and ensures that our swimwear is and remains elastic. We use a high-quality, durable elastane to keep the designs in shape for a long time.

Lenzing™ EcoVero™

Since 2024, we have also been using fabrics made from LENZING™ ECOVERO™, a high-quality viscose fiber from Lenzing AG, for our ready-to-wear. The cellulose required for production is sourced from wood, a renewable raw material. The manufacturer states that the origin of the environmentally friendly ECOVERO viscose can be transparently traced, the fabric is FSC and PEFC-certified, uses 50% less water and energy than conventional viscose and requires shorter transportation routes. In addition, the water being used for the process can be reused after it has been purified in a particularly eco-friendly way.

Thanks to its environmentally friendly production the ECOVERO™ viscose fabric is not only sustainable but is particularly light and breezy, making it ideal for warm summer days. Our ultra-light summer dresses and pants made from this material are particularly breathable and air-permeable.

Organic Cotton

Cotton is one of the most commonly used materials in the fashion industry. To date, however, less than 1% of the cotton used worldwide is organically grown. For our underwear and certain Retreatwear styles we consciously chose to use organic cotton.

We also particularly like working with organic cotton because it feels soft on the skin, non-scratchy and breathable. It impresses with its durability and is pleasantly easy to clean.


Linen is another sustainable material that we use for certain collections. Linen is a natural fiber obtained from the stems of the flax plant. This plant usually does not require the use of pesticides or fertilizers and also needs less water than other plant fibres. Linen has a cooling effect, is dirt-resistant, breathable and very durable. Just like our organic cotton, linen feels light on the skin and is also ideal for people with allergies.

TENCEL™ lyocell

TENCEL™ Lyocell is probably the most sustainable of all synthetic fibers and was developed by Lenzing AG. It is made from natural wood fibers that come from certified and controlled forestry (FSC), is soft and breathable. The spinning process is a closed cycle in which the spinning solvents are recycled and reused several times. This saves significantly more water and energy than the production of other synthetic fibers. The usage of chemicals is also minimized and the waste products are reused. TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers are also biodegradable and recyclable under the right conditions. The fiber feels pleasantly soft on the skin and is very breathable and therefore ensures a high level of comfort in both winter and summer.

The right care for your MYMARINI: To keep your MYMARINI made from sustainable materials as beautiful as it was on the first day, make sure you look after it carefully. In our care guide, we have put together some tips on how you should wash your MYMARINI swimwear.

How to care guide

You can find even more insights into our production, the fibers we use and their origin in our latest sustainability report.

Impact report

Do you have any other questions about our products? Our customer service will be happy to advise you.


At MYMARINI, we believe in transparency so that you, the consumer, can make an informed decision. That's why we're committed to providing you with as much information as possible about our products, from the materials we use to the manufacturing process.

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