• Women's Eco-Friendly Bikini Real purple
  • Women's Eco-Friendly Bikini Real purple
  • Women's Eco-Friendly Bikini Real purple
  • Women's Eco-Friendly Bikini Real purple

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  • Women's Eco-Friendly Bikini Real purple

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  • Women's Eco-Friendly Bikini Real purple

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Women's Eco-Friendly Bikini

Item no. 5327402210 Petit Bateau
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£59.00 £29.50
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Polyamide bikini with halterneck top and hipster bottoms.

  • Committed to protecting the planet, Petit Bateau has designed this swimwear using eco-friendly fabric.
  • Over 70% of this product's fibres are recycled. They mainly come from fishing nets that have been jettisoned at sea and recycled plastic bottles.
  • The UPF 50+ (ultra-violet protection factor) standard ensures that this clothing keeps out 95% of UVA and UVB rays.

A brand, a story

Where does the name come from? It's nothing to do with hosiery, Pierre Valton's original job when he founded the company in 1893. It's all down to his son Etienne, who invented underpants in 1918 and was inspired by the French nursery rhyme "Maman les p'tits bateaux" that his wife would sing to their children. And so the brand and the nursery rhyme became inextricably linked!
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Know-how, quality knits

When you knit 98% of your garments yourself, the first rule is to select a quality yarn that's ruthlessly tested, followed by quality control measures all the way down the production line. That's why our knitwear is soft but strong and lasts for years!
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The choice of responsible yarns

Apart from our garments' recognised quality, we are also striving to produce clothes that leave the tiniest of carbon footprints on the planet. We already use organic linen and cotton, and we're now incorporating other yarns, especially those made from recycled materials.
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A clear idea about childhood

"Kids need real clothes". We design clothes suitable for kids' carefree, creative and even rough-and-tumble lifestyles. Every year we also take part in sponsorship projects or partnerships with various cultural organisations that run activities aimed at developing children's or even babies' creativity.
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