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MADE WITH LOVE

Simple, well-tailored swimsuits crafted from high-performance, sustainable Italian fabric are the core of my line.

ALICIA SWIM suits are lined in the same eco-friendly fabric used for the exterior, which allows them to have a sleeker, more flattering fit, without any bunching or lines.The solid colors are vibrant and flattering to all skin tones; the prints, based on my own watercolor sketches, are inspired by the marine life and tropical natural beauty of my island. I believe that once you find a suit you feel great in, you can never have enough of them, so the line is designed to be mixed and matched, and any top will pair with any bottom, The pieces are named after the great supermodels of the ’90s—the ones I grew up admiring from halfway around the world! The kimonos and headpieces feature the same prints in a cotton-and-silk blend, and can also be mixed and matched with any of the solid or print swim pieces.

ALICIA SWIM suits are lined in the same eco-friendly fabric used for the exterior, which allows them to have a sleeker, more flattering fit, without any bunching or lines.The solid colors are vibrant and flattering to all skin tones; the prints, based on my own watercolor sketches, are inspired by the marine life and tropical natural beauty of my island. I believe that once you find a suit you feel great in, you can never have enough of them, so the line is designed to be mixed and matched, and any top will pair with any bottom, The pieces are named after the great supermodels of the ’90s—the ones I grew up admiring from halfway around the world! The kimonos and headpieces feature the same prints in a cotton-and-silk blend, and can also be mixed and matched with any of the solid or print swim pieces.

THE FABRIC

ALICIA SWIM swimwear fabric is made in Italy using Econyl, a high-quality technical yarn created from regenerated nylon. Most of the sources for Econyl raw materials are fishing nets intercepted in coastal areas, which otherwise would end up in landfill or would endanger marine animals.

ALICIA SWIM suits are lined in the same eco-friendly fabric used for the exterior, which allows them to have a sleeker, more flattering fit, without any bunching or lines.The solid colors are vibrant and flattering to all skin tones; the prints, based on my own watercolor sketches, are inspired by the marine life and tropical natural beauty of my island. I believe that once you find a suit you feel great in, you can never have enough of them, so the line is designed to be mixed and matched, and any top will pair with any bottom, The pieces are named after the great supermodels of the ’90s—the ones I grew up admiring from halfway around the world!

The kimonos and headpieces feature the same prints in a cotton-and-silk blend, and can also be mixed and matched with any of the solid or print swim pieces.

I’ve never been happy doing just one thing, so perhaps it’s not surprising that when I decided to turn my passion for swimwear into a brand, I took on the roles of founder, designer, fit model, and spokesperson! It was also important to me that the brand’s home and place of manufacture be Mauritius, my special birthplace. All of the prints, designed by me from watercolor sketches, are inspired by elements of the Mauritian landscape. I strongly believe swimwear can be fun and functional–without doing any harm to our planet. To that end, ALICIA SWIM uses an Italian performance fabric made of Econyl, a high-quality technical yarn created from regenerated nylon. Every piece is made with love on my island and all packaging accompanying the collection is made from recycled material. I am donating a portion of my proceeds to the Mauritius Marine Conservation Society (MMCS), a local organization that works to protect and sustain the delicate ecosystem of Mauritius.

ALICIA SWIM swimwear fabric is made in Italy using Econyl, a high-quality technical yarn created from regenerated nylon. Most of the sources for Econyl raw materials are fishing nets intercepted in coastal areas, which otherwise would end up in landfill or would endanger marine animals.

ALICIA SWIM suits are lined in the same eco-friendly fabric used for the exterior, which allows them to have a sleeker, more flattering fit, without any bunching or lines.The solid colors are vibrant and flattering to all skin tones; the prints, based on my own watercolor sketches, are inspired by the marine life and tropical natural beauty of my island. I believe that once you find a suit you feel great in, you can never have enough of them, so the line is designed to be mixed and matched, and any top will pair with any bottom, The pieces are named after the great supermodels of the ’90s—the ones I grew up admiring from halfway around the world!

The kimonos and headpieces feature the same prints in a cotton-and-silk blend, and can also be mixed and matched with any of the solid or print swim pieces.

I’ve never been happy doing just one thing, so perhaps it’s not surprising that when I decided to turn my passion for swimwear into a brand, I took on the roles of founder, designer, fit model, and spokesperson! It was also important to me that the brand’s home and place of manufacture be Mauritius, my special birthplace. All of the prints, designed by me from watercolor sketches, are inspired by elements of the Mauritian landscape. I strongly believe swimwear can be fun and functional–without doing any harm to our planet. To that end, ALICIA SWIM uses an Italian performance fabric made of Econyl, a high-quality technical yarn created from regenerated nylon. Every piece is made with love on my island and all packaging accompanying the collection is made from recycled material. I am donating a portion of my proceeds to the Mauritius Marine Conservation Society (MMCS), a local organization that works to protect and sustain the delicate ecosystem of Mauritius.

THE PROCESS

We manufacture our pieces in a small factory in Floréal, a neighborhood in central Mauritius. The factory, which employs only local women, is run by a school friend of mine.

Being a perfectionist, I work closely with the women at the factory throughout the whole production process, from the initial selection of colors and materials, through the cutting and countless fittings, to the final construction. No detail is overlooked. All pieces in the line are cut, sewn, and finished by the hands of these women—there is no assembly line.

THE PROCESS

We manufacture our pieces in a small factory in Floréal, a neighborhood in central Mauritius. The factory, which employs only local women, is run by a school friend of mine.

Being a perfectionist, I work closely with the women at the factory throughout the whole production process, from the initial selection of colors and materials, through the cutting and countless fittings, to the final construction. No detail is overlooked. All pieces in the line are cut, sewn, and finished by the hands of these women—there is no assembly line.

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