Minimalists, Get Familiar With New Swimwear Brand OCIN
The Vancouver-based label is working towards a sustainable future.
Summer is still here if you wish to believe it. Just in time for the last few weeks of warm weather, new swimwear label OCIN has unveiled its debut range featuring a lineup of minimalist-approved bathing suits.
Based in Vancouver, Canada, the lifestyle brand is driven to unite human beings to their “most open and free selves,” in order to make positive changes within our communities and to nature. Putting its words into practice, OCIN uses 100-percent regenerated polyesters from plastic water bottles saved from landfill, as well as recycled nylons in its fabrics. Additionally, the company plans to give back a portion of its proceeds every year to organizations that align with its vision in regards to ocean protection. More than that, the brand has a recycling program that collects used swimsuits to ensure that they’re disposed of correctly.
OCIN’s inaugural “Chapter I” line is filled with timeless and thoughtfully-designed swimwear styles that can be re-worn for years to come. Whether it’s the relaxed Scoop Crop Top or the Cross Back One-Piece, each silhouette is created to provide ultimate comfort for the wearer. If you’re looking to expand your swim collection before summer ends, scroll through the gallery above to check out OCIN’s beautiful offering.
Priced between $99 USD and $145 USD, OCIN’s swimsuit range is now available for pre-order on its website, and will be shipped out in September.