With our Esther, we worked intensively on creating a bikini top that can be worn in two different ways: one is more sporty, closed at the front with the "wrap" in the back, and the other is more low-necked if you wear it from the back to the front . And the best thing about it: This not only works for small sizes, but also great for large sizes thanks to the sophisticated wrap look.
Overall, you can wear Esther in this color variant in 4 different ways, as you can swap the back and front - and the bikini top is also reversible: either a beautiful sage green, or a delicate green and white dot pattern.
As far as the fabric and workmanship are concerned, Esther is made entirely with double fabric, in two different color variants.
Since Esther is reversible, the workmanship is designed so that the top is equally “nicely” made on both sides, meaning that no unsightly seams or the like are visible on either side.
Our swimwear can easily be washed in the washing machine; we recommend a delicate wash at 30 degrees. It would also be important to avoid fabric softeners and detergents that contain bleach, as bleach attacks the elastane fibers.
Otherwise, we recommend rinsing your swimwear well with clean water after going into the water or in the evening after a day of swimming, as this means that chlorine and salt water residues are easily removed and cannot attack the items any further - and they stay beautiful for longer < 3.
Handwork at the highest level
There is a part of us in every piece of laundry
Each piece of laundry was sewn with a lot of love and conscientiousness either by us, Victoria and Elisabeth, or by one of our seven great employees Mira, Monika, Rosi, Lea, Julia, Sascha and Sabrina.
You can see that in the result - and you can feel it too
Consciously sustainable sourcing
Because fair fashion begins with the materials
We obtain all our materials from overproduction and "leftovers" from the European luxury fashion industry, "rescued tips" so to speak.
We also purchase lace, rubber straps, etc. from various traditional companies, mostly from Germany and Italy.
Since 2021, almost all newly produced lace and swimwear have been made from recycled fibers.