Preserving Our Oceans And Biodiversity

If you’ve ever dreamt of owning your own eco-friendly, sustainable swimwear brand, then you’re in the right place! Founded in 2003, Swimwear Bali, a division of King Trading, manufactures & exports luxe quality swimwear made using recycled fabrics derived from salvaged fishing nets and discarded plastic bottles.


Fabrics with a recycle are recycled & certified by GRS or U Trust, the global standard for custom confidence. as being Eco-friendly containing no harmful substances,


We use DyStar & Huntsman Dyes, both producing a broad range of Eco-Friendly colourants, all OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100 Certified, providing maximum consumer safety.


We pack each article individually into 100% biodegradable cassava bags produced by Avani that decompose 24 hours in any landfill.

American Fabric REPREVE®

REPREVE®, is a global leading, branded performance fibre made from recycled materials such as post-consumer waste and discarded plastic bottles.
REPREVE® is one of the world’s most loved softest fabrics.

We work primarily with REPREVE® for plain dyed colours as well as prints in both Poly & Nylon. The results are stunning deep organic & ultra bright tones. REPREVE® Hawaii is our most popular fabric for print requests.

Italian Fabric CARVICO®

Carvico, is the world’s largest manufacturer of plain-dyed swimwear fabrics. We work with their Vita & Renew ranges using both Polyester & Nylon yarns obtained from ECONYL® in Italy. Xtra Life Lycra is added to give stretch and flexibility, offering a soft hand feel with great body-enhancing properties.

Since 2016, Carvico and Jersey Lomellina has been producing eco-friendly fabrics made from salvaged fishing nets & post-consumer waste.
Together with fishing communities, they work towards reducing pollution caused by plastic bottles & fishing nets, finding environmentally sustainable and financially feasible ways of disposal.


ECONYL® – regenerated nylon & Polyester was introduced in 2011 by Aquafil, made entirely from ocean plastic & Ghost nets.

Every year, eight million tons of waste and 640 thousand tons of fishing nets end up in our oceans. (data sourced from UNEP & FAO). If the current level of dumping is not addressed, by 2050, our oceans could contain more garbage than fish.

ECONYL is added to Vita & RENEW  plain-dyed fabrics