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Eco-Friendly Brand Miaou Presented Its First Bikini’s 2021 Collection

Miaou swimwear

A fashion brand from Los Angeles called Miaou has decided to expand its range by launching swimwear. The sustainable fashion brand has recently revealed a swimwear line for Spring 2021. The founder and designer of the brand is Alexia Elkaim. It was created in 2016 and has gained popularity for its beautiful silhouettes and breathtaking prints.

The collection ranges in sizes from XS to XL and consists of a bikini swimsuit with an unusual cut for 12 dollars, along with various separate bikini pieces for 95 dollars, high-waisted briefs for 85 dollars, and a classic thong bottom for a price of 75 dollars.

For creating its products, the Los Angeles brand uses old fabrics and production methods with less water consumption. So, all swimwear pieces are made of eco-friendly nylon and come with a sustainability confirmation report.

The silhouettes are complemented by a variety of prints, ranging from cowhide and cash-embellished suits to floral Hawaiian prints along with other swimwear in solid colors as black and white.

Swimwear from Miaou will be available for purchase on the brand’s website, as well as in stores located in Los Angeles, New York, and Miami.
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