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TIKIYOGI
Made in Bali

Created in 2015 by Marisol Rocha, TIKIYOGI promotes the benefits of a sustainable and healthy lifestyle. Marisol knew from the beginning that she wanted to do her part in creating a more environmentally conscious world and her first step in achieving that was to bring awareness to ocean pollution. Starting with an expansive variety of swimwear, surf wear and yoga wear, each piece was carefully crafted in Bali out of recycled fabrics and ocean waste.

Inspired by her move to Bali in 2016, much of the island’s scenery and lifestyle was incorporated into the brand’s limited collections. Influenced by the people of Bali’s focus on the wellness of body and nature, TikiYogi began a focused initiative to use eco-conscious and sustainable materials and other recycled materials so that they may continue to strive for the sole use of eco-friendly products, without risking quality over mass production. Each collection is designed with a classic and timeless design and modest cut that includes; vibrant prints that mix and match, reversible bikinis, one-pieces and bodysuits, high rise bikini bottoms, eco-tights and day and night summer dresses.

The brand is leading the way by using a sustainable techno-fabric made of a ECONYL® regenerated Nylon that turns waste into fashion. The fabric is versatile, hyper-resistant, thin, and elegant with a stretch that is soft and breathable: a unique mix of muscular compression and comfort. Thanks to its innovative construction, it is twice as resistant to chlorine and suntan creams and oils. The designs are produced in Bali where fashion house workers are paid fairly and treated equally. TIKIYOGI has reached a new milestone for swimwear and clothing. Each piece is designed and executed with a focus on finer details. With limited print collections, the brand is the top-choice of aspiring island travelers, surfers and fashion lovers.

About the Designer

The brand’s founder is a Parsons Graduate that has worked with notable fashion houses such as Donna Karen and Marc Jacobs, and has managed to combine her professional training with her personal passion for surfing, fitness, wellness and her personal lifestyle. Marisol does not shy away from getting involved in weekly beach cleanups, educating businesses and spreading her knowledge of sustainable living practices wherever she goes. The collections are influenced by her personal travels and lifestyle and her primary goal is to use her passion for fashion to communicate the importance in recycling to help make a better world.