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Fourth Element Unveils New Pioneer Swimwear Collection For Women

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The Pioneer Collection was revealed by Fourth Element this week – its latest swimwear line for women.

Like all of the company’s swimwear, this collection is made using recycled nylon from lost or abandoned fishing nets, reclaimed from the sea.

The pieces in this collection are named after these dive pioneers: Zale Parry, Camila Jaber, Hanli Prinsloo, Linden Wolbert, Sylvia Earle, Margo Sanchez, Lotte Haas, Tanya Streeter, and Eugenie Clark.

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The company says:

“From leaders in ocean conservation to record-breaking athletes and serious entrepreneurs, these women have been a powerful driving force in the diving world and beyond. They inspired our Pioneer Collection to be practical, sculpted and secure with a playful edge enhanced through patterns from the ocean; animal camouflage, coral shapes and water movements.”

The new Pioneer collection showcases a range of pieces that can be mixed and matched to suit a wide variety of body shapes and activities.

The bikini top styles of the Zale, Tanya and Camila have increased chest coverage, double straps and deep under-bust bands to provide as much support as possible as you move. The back fastenings of the Margo and Hanli are not only feminine but extra practical, with adjustable straps to perfectly fit your size and give added security. The side straps of the Camila and Tanya bikini bottoms offer mid-coverage and provide interest while remaining supportive.

For more info about the new collection, check out the Fourth Element website at fourthelement.com.

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