JUNK LDN is a colourful, sustainable swimwear brand founded Celia Harper.
No planet-damaging fabrics are involved in our manufacturing process and all of our workers are paid three times the national average.
Every style we make is eco-friendly and ultra flattering, designed for real women with real bodies.
I spent most of my 20s travelling South East Asia, where I worked in little bars on Cambodian beaches. As amazing as it was to be living in a bikini for months at a time, I began to see first-hand the effects of plastic waste on the ocean. I also couldn’t help but feel the fast fashion brands I was buying my bikinis from were damaging the nature I loved so much.
So I decided to start my own swimwear brand. One that was ethical and planet friendly, but still colourful and tons of fun.
After all my time spent in Asia, supporting a developing country was close to my heart. After visiting Bali a few times, I found the perfect factory just outside of Seminyak Beach.
They treated their workers amazingly well and specialised in Italian ECONYL® and REPREVE® fabrics made from recycled bottles and fishing nets.
Together, we create playful beachwear that doesn’t harm the planet.
So you can swim, sunbathe and shop guilt-free.