Our biggest concern (mission) while designing Ulumatti has been finding resources to ensure that our creations never go against the grain, i.e. harm the environment or slip into the fast fashion scene.


It's estimated that less than 1% of the material used to produce clothing is recycled into something more. Ulumatti is focused on prioritising textiles that are equally easy on the eyes as they are aware and caring about our planet. Slow fashion puts emphasis on the art of clothes making and celebrates the skills of the craftspeople who make them. We don’t view garments as disposable. Ulumatti worships the privilege to work with independent local tailors.


Fashion accounts for 20 to 35 percent of micro-plastic flows into the ocean. Through the production of our swim pieces, we thrive to find new life for the way too big % of plastic pollution in our seas.


Our swimwear pieces are made from ECONYL Regenerated Nylon and REPREVE. ECONYL brings a second life to discarded waste, such as plastic water bottles and ghost fishing nets from oceans and landfills while providing a second hope for the planet. By using recycled materials, ECONYL production bypasses the environmentally detrimental aspects of nylon production. Making @repreve recycled material offsets using new petroleum, emitting fewer greenhouse gases and conserving water and energy in the process. 


The fabrics used to create our pieces can be recycled, recreated and remoulded infinite times, with the aim to help “close the loop”. To create new products without having to use new resources and avoiding landfill.


Our swim pieces are all ultrachlorine, suncream and oil resistant, UV protectant, breathable, tear proof and have two-way stretch technology making them super comfortable and flexible.


Ulumatti originates from the ocean and guards it closely. Each Ulumatti piece has been thought out and designed to reflect our appreciation and commitment to the planet.


Our planet has lost approximately half of its coral reefs in the last 30 years, and could lose more than 90% by the year 2050 if drastic changes are not made. When we protect our oceans we’re protecting our future. Let's take care of ourselves. 





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