Sustainability is at the core of what we are all about here at Koraloha. It impacts on all aspects of our business; from the sourcing of the fabric we use in our exclusive and exquisite swimwear to the manufacturing process and packaging involved. 

As this is such a crucial part of what makes Koraloha different from the average swimwear brand, we wanted to give you a bit more insight into what sustainability means for us.
We consider ourselves to be the antithesis to the fast fashion boom we have at the moment. We take things slowly and produce slow fashion. The benefit of this approach is that although none the items in the Koraloha range will never be available for a spot price, but we guarantee that everyone will be paid fairly throughout the process.

All of our Koraloha styles are thoughtfully designed to be timeless and elegant, built to last with high quality materials. We encourage a thoughtful approach to shopping and have a ‘buy less, buy better’ philosophy that emphasises investing in quality items. We aim to create clothes that are timeless, affordable, stylish, thoughtful designed, in good quality and ethically made.


The world has a real plastic problem. Thanks to all the plastic thrown away carelessly and ends up in the oceans, many animals are suffering and dying because of ghost nets, abandoned fishing gear and plastic bags. That’s why, with Koraloha, we wanted to make a bit of an impact by usinginto our swimwear the ECONYL® regenerated nylon made from waste that would otherwise pollute the Earth. All the fabrics used in the Koraloha swimwear range are madewith ECONYL® regenerated nylon, 100% from waste.


It’s all thanks to a process known as the ECONYL® Regeneration system. There are four key stages in this amazing process. We have fully outlined it below:

1. Rescue

First, nylon waste such as industrial plastic, carpet flooring, fabric scraps and fishing nets is rescued all around the world. This waste is then sorted and cleaned as thoroughly as possible to recover as much nylon as they can.

2. Regenerate

Next, a revolutionary regeneration and purification process is used to return the waste to its original condition. This basically means that by this stage, ECONYL® regenerated nylon has the same quality as nylon created the traditional way.

3. Remake

Yarns and polymers are formed from the ECONYL® raw material so that it can be used for interiors and fashion sectors.

4. Reimagine

ECONYL® regenerated nylon is then used by carpet manufacturers and eco-friendly fashion brands to produce new clothing items. The beauty of ECONYL® regenerated nylon is that it has the potential to be recycled infinitely, without ever losing its quality. The end goal is when the products made fromECONYL®cannot be used by customers anymore, they can return to the start of the regeneration process. 

At Koraloha, we take the ECONYL® nylon and use it to produce the most beautiful, highly fashionable, and comfortable swimwear.


Along with our commitment to sustainability, we are also trying to minimise damage to the planet through the packaging we are using. All packaging is either recycled, recyclable or completely biodegradable. That includes everything from the hangtags and hygiene liner to the tissue, cards, and shipping boxes. We even seal the boxes with kraft packaging tape rather than regular plastic tape.


Along with sustainability, we also are careful to make our products in an eco-friendly and ethical way. All our items are made in Bali, a place that is close to our founder’s heart. That is so where she came face to face with how bad the plastic problem
we have actually is.

We work with a small manufacturer who offers excellent working conditions for their team. As well as paying them above the national minimum wage, they have standard set hours of 9am to 5pm with an hour for lunch and are paid for any overtime hours after 5pm. The company also operates with a strict policy against discrimination of all kinds, and everyone is treated equally, regardless of their colour, race, age, religion, or gender.  
All of the machinery is maintained to the proper industry standards to ensure the workers are safe at all times and ethical practices are followed during the production of garments.