Oct 1, 2020
For sustainable and chic, look no further than Marcia, an eco-friendly brand using regenerated nylon produced from waste rescued from landfills and oceans around the world.
Form-fitted dresses and suggestive cutouts don't usually scream "I'm sustainable", but that's what we love about Marcia's styles. The dresses and swimsuits have a vintagey-sex appeal to them and on top of that, are made from 100% sustainable fabric.
Emma Reynaud founded the French label in 2018 and has used the sustainable fabric ECONYL from inception. ECONYL is a newer invention that helps solve our issues with synthetic waste such as industrial plastic, waste fabric, and fishing nets from oceans. The process turns this waste into regenerated nylon fabrics and uses less water and produces less waste than the traditional nylon production process. This means you can still get that same comfy stretch without the harm!
"We want to make clothes that rhymes comfy with sexy. All our pieces are carefully studied for multiple purposes: they dress you up during the day and make you twist at night by adding a sheer stockings, lipstick traces or just a dash of perfume, cheeky boom boom way!"