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La Isla will contribute to Jean-Michel Cousteau's cause
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Nov '12
La Isla, an environmentally conscious couture swimwear and apparel brand announces their partnership extension with Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society.

La Isla is continuing to donate a portion of their proceeds to Jean-Michel Cousteau’s cause. Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Future Society, founded in 1999, focuses on inspiring and educating people throughout the world to act responsibly for the protection of the ocean, on documenting the critical connection between humanity and nature, and celebrating the ocean’s vital importance to the survival of all life on our planet.

La Isla proudly supports Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society in its goal of ocean protection and continues to be environmentally friendly through other aspects of the company. La Isla uses Oeko-tex certified fabrics, digital screen prints with soy based inks, solar powered email and website servers, and many of their employees in Colombia are head of household women. La Isla does business ethically, keeping the environment and people in mind and is proud to be partnering with Jean-Michel Cousteau for another year.

Founded in 2004, La Isla is an internationally recognized swimwear company which focuses on the design and manufacture of ultra-high quality couture beachwear and apparel. The brand is known primarily for it’s perfect fit, beautiful European and South American fabrics, and unique hand embroidery designs. 

La Isla has its manufacturing facility in Cali, Colombia, and global headquarters in San Luis Obispo, California. La Isla brand fuses its California influence with CEO and Founder Enrique Sanchez-Rivera's Latin roots to create the most unique blend of swimwear and apparel.

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