Conscious creation

At Kelapa, we strive to mindfully create our own circular economy in sustainable fashion, by designing timeless pieces that will be good for our people and planet.

Our Conscious Commitment

Sustainability is our Ethos; the core of our being and the why of our doing. Our brand aims to promote a lifestyle of Conscious Coexistence with our Earthly Paradise, redefining sexy and uptrending swimwear style.


Our swimwear is made with the best quality of regenerated fabric available. That's eco-friendly ECONYL ® Regenerated Nylon made from recycled ocean waste. We have certification from Global Recycled Standard and OEKE-TEX Standard to guarantee high-quality materials that are regenerated.

Our pieces are products that can help you close the loop as a consumer. Made from waste, it's infinitely recyclable and can unleash infinite possibilities for maker, creators, and consumers.


Each purchase of a piece of Kelapa sustainable bikini enables every consumer to:

✔️ Recycle 8-10 bottles

✔️Prevent 1.01 lbs of C02 emission

✔️Save 2.13 KWH of energy

✔️ 1% goes back to our ocean

We guarantee each piece is ethically-made with love and kindness

We started our business in a year in which Bali was going through one of its worst economical crisis. With the production of our swimwear, we have helped to create well-paid jobs in Bali in a time where jobs are scarce. Our manufacturers are paid well over the minimum wage, 13 months' salary a year.

We ensure our conscious care and love starts from our own manufacturing team. They receive free medical insurance covering doctors' fees, prescribed medication & hospitalization, which we extend to their spouse & up to three children. They are provided with freshly healthy cooked meal for lunch every day, double wages for overtime and working condition on-par to western standards.

Saving the oceans, one bikini at a time
1% back to our oceans

We do what we can to keep our tropical paradise plastic-free. Partnering with Seven Clean Seas’ , we preserve marine life by removing ocean plastics.

As a conscious practice, 1% of every purchase goes back to these initiatives.