Atlas Recycled High-waisted Bikini


The Atlas Moth, or Attacus atlas, is the largest moth in the world. Though they prefer to live in subtropical habitats of South Asia and Australia, there are some small populations residing in colder climates due to climate change over the last few decades. The moths fly through dense forests by night where it's hard for predators like birds or bats to see them so they can survive under these conditions. Atlas moth caterpillars produce silk very similar to that made by silkworms. Atlas Moths are currently threatened with over 90% of their habitat being destroyed since the 18th century, plus unfortunately this giant moth is highly prized by collectors. Global Warming Wear would rather honor nature by capturing the beauty and essence of this giant moth on its Atlas textile print.
It’s too easy to fall in love with this Atlas High-waisted bikini set. Removable pads and its double-layer make it comfy to wear all day by the pool or at the beach.

• Fabric composition in the EU: 88% recycled polyester 12% elastane
• Fabric weight in the EU: 6.78 oz/yd² (230 g/m²)
• Fabric composition in MX: 81% REPREVE recycled polyester, 19% LYCRA XTRALIFE
• Fabric weight in MX: 7.52 oz/yd² (255g/m²)
• Double-layered and non-reversible
• Removable padding
• Tear-away care label
• Blank product components in the EU sourced from Spain, Germany, Taiwan, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Lithuania
• Blank product components in MX sourced from Colombia, Taiwan, and China