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Etailer Marítimo unveils eco-friendly mens swim trunks
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Apr '14
As the premier place to buy fashionable men’s swimwear online, MarítimoSwim.com is on a mission to change the trajectory of men’s swimwear fashion by finding the best designers in tailored, fitted trunks and briefs.
 
Their most recent find is swim trunks by Naïla, made from recycled plastic bottles and are recyclable again after you no longer want to wear them.
 
The collection offers ultra durable, soft touch, no color fading, and extreme quick-dry fabric that provides extra comfort for men. After four years of research and testing swim materials, Naïla defines forward-thinking fashion by combining the best technology and a perfect fit.
 
“Launching an environmentally-conscious line was a big challenge due to the lack of eco-friendly technology in the fashion industry,” says designer Naïla Chbib, who finds fabrics at specialized trade shows. “Being green is not a marketing tool but a philosophy, a way of living and a form of respect towards our planet.”
 
The collection combines heritage and craft for a strong, modern and sleek silhouette. All prints are originally drawn to create a chic minimalistic look. Since its launch, the line has been featured in Sports Illustrated, Teen Vogue, WWD, Shape, Intima and The Today Show.
 
About Naïla 
Naïla is a women, men and boys swimwear line launched by Franco-Swiss designer Naïla Chbib. Having grown up on the beach of Saint Tropez in the south of France and studied fashion at Parsons School in New York, Naïla combines her French taste, love for the sea, creativity and skills into a fresh and chic beach collection with flattering silhouettes and beautiful vibrant prints.
 
About Marítimo
Marítimo is a Miami-based men’s swimwear and lifestyle company for people who share a passion for the seaside lifestyle. Swimwear aficionados recognize that the beach can be a fashion show, especially in a city where one can enjoy feverish sunlight all year long. With that in mind, Marítimo was created to drive and expand the men’s swimwear market, being the first men’s swimwear-focused online retailers of its kind.
 

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