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The Hottest, Sustainable Swimwear of Summer Is Made to Be Layered

Sami Miro might have just released the hottest sustainable swimwear this summer. The Los Angeles–based designer has a knack for creating paparazzi and double-tap-worthy looks, whether that is reworking leather jackets for the likes of Bella Hadid, creating customized mod skirt suits for Cardi B, or even being her own best advertisement and wearing her body-skimming designs on Instagram. Though Miro has mostly done ready-to-wear, including slinky tanks, miniskirts, and body-skimming dresses, she has now dipped her toe into the world of swim with her collection H20. “It is an extension of our beloved signature styles and H2O collection that can be worn as swim or as a part of a street look,” says Miro. That’s the key crossover. ” Super-skimpy, made out of mesh, and boasting a stringy french cut, the pieces certainly have that head-turning appeal.

Swimwear has been an integral part of the sustainability conversation. Powerhouse brands like Everlane, as well as smaller but buzzy labels like Cuup, have become more eco-minded, opting to use regenerated nylon. Miro has also sought to employ that same sustainable philosophy in her swimwear. “I’m from San Francisco and was raised in a world where we don’t waste, where we recycle and where we choose to walk over driving 99.9% of the time,” says Miro. “I fell in love with vintage and thrifting when I was 13 and that completely changed the trajectory of my wardrobe.”

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