Here at OCEANCHILD we are determined to redefine the values of fashion through sustainable manufacturing and design, to sustain the places and life we love. Focusing on the impact we can make, we look at our whole supply chain, contributing to more transparency.

From ethical and responsible manufacturing to sustainable packaging and the use of recycled materials, we make this all a priority to take care of Mother Earth. OCEANCHILD is committed to being the best brand it can be and stays open to growth and adaptation as more opportunities to create positive changes arise.


All of our Swimwear is made using ECONYL® yarn, a 100% regenerated nylon fibre, made from nylon waste otherwise polluting the Earth, like fishing nets, fabric scraps, carpet flooring and industrial plastic rescued from all over the world.

This way, OCEANCHILD is making a conscious choice towards a more sustainable future.

If you are a seeker of the sun or love to play in the sea, the fabric made with ECONYL® regenerated yarn is SPF 50+. High quality ensures longevity – resistant to sun cream & oil, ultrachlorine and pilling – making sure you feel fresh all summer.


One of our main sustainability visions is to contribute to more transparency with our customers as to where their OCEANCHILD pieces are made and coming from. 

We are working closely with our makers to ensure ethical and safe working conditions that allow for the production of high quality, sustainable and long lasting swimwear.


Seeing the impacts plastic pollution has on our environment is one of the reasons why eliminating plastic from our supply chain has been our priority right from the beginning.

All online orders will be shipped in 100% recycled eco packages that are recyclable, compostable and biodegradable.


Here at OCEANCHILD we are proud to say that we are a member of 1% for the Planet – a global network of over 2000+ brands and individuals who are commited to protect the future of our planet.

1% of our yearly sales are donated towards projects that have a positive impact on the environment and global community.

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