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Cult Argentinian swimwear brand Isla de Lobos has left the shores of South America to show the rest of the world that swimwear can be both rebellious and responsible.

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Our fabrics are exclusively developed by world leading quality producers and we work with them focusing in achieving a perfect fit and better support, thus resulting in durable products that fit well in real bodies of nowadays women.

For us, the final product is just as important as the path followed to get there. Currently, over 60% of the materials we use come from fishnets and plastic bottles collected from our oceans and shores worldwide. Therefore, each purchase you make from Isla de Lobos is actively contributing to keep cleaning our seas (more info about our ethics and sustainability
here. ) The driving force that keeps us going every day is the idea that we are not only making high-quality products, but also that by making them we are contributing to a better world.

Sofía, the founder of Isla de Lobos, was trained at the prestigious Central Saint Martins. Throughout her thirteen years living in London, she worked and sold her designs both in big international stores (, Topshop) and in the most exclusive independent boutiques worldwide (Sauce, No One, KTZ).

Once back in Latin America, Sofía created Isla de Lobos, a tribute to the beaches of Punta del Este, place where she grew up. Isla de Lobos is now available worldwide for those who want the latest cult label without the planet paying the price.

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