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‘Of the Sea’ Highlights Swimsuits Made from Plastic Waste

Discarded plastic bottles and old fishnets are more than trash to designer Katherine Terrell. Through her imagination, they become recycled swimsuits. Jeux De Vagues is a sustainable line of swimwear, created by Terrell, to address the alarming amount of plastic pollution in our oceans. The sassy swimsuits are made from ECONYL, a sustainable alternative to Nylon. 

RELATED: China to Ban All Single-Use Plastic

The short film Of the Sea is a beautiful insight into what inspired the brand. It also dives deep into Terrell’s incredible life as an entrepreneur, Vietnam-war refugee, and loving mother. Ultimately, Terrell hopes that these eco-garments can empower women to speak up about climate change—while looking incredibly fierce in the water.

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East Coast Surfing is Cold and Moody – And That’s Quite Alright
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Eli Olsen and Friends Ride North Shore’s Sandbar
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There’s a sandbar slab that’s currently all the rage on the North Shore. For those who don’t speak surf, a slab is a funky wave that occurs when fast-moving water slams into a reef at Mach-speed. The resulting wave is a violent barrel that makes for a good surfing challenge. Surfer and vlogger Eli Olsen shows us how to ride the beast with the help of friends Kelly Slater and Nathan Florence. RELATED: Nathan Florence and Co. Take On Jaws at its Best