Manila, Philippines—bean, a collaborative brand dedicated to giving consciously curated fashion pieces for babies and kids, is launching a new swimwear line. This lineup of swimwear and ponchos aims to reimagine children’s apparel with thoughtfully designed swim-ready fits in adventurous and wonderful marine life prints.
The brand has collaborated with artist and environmentalist, Anina Rubio, to create fun patterns for children’s swim-ready fits. The collection features 3-piece sets, hooded suits, 1-piece suits, and ponchos for kids aged 6 months to 8 years. It is available in various styles and colors with fabric made from 85% polyester, 15% elastane, and microfiber suede with built-in 50+ Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF). Each piece is made with durable and high-quality materials designed to provide comfort for little ones while having fun under the sun. The prices of the collection start at Php 799 for girls’ one-piece suits and Php 999 for boys’ one-piece suits.
“We are thrilled to launch this collection with Anina Rubio,” said Alecs Ronquillo, bean’s Brand Manager. “Our collaboration has resulted in a collection that represents the beauty of the sea and the importance of protecting it. We hope to encourage everyone to enjoy the outdoors responsibly and sustainably with this swimwear collection,” she added.
The bean x Anina Rubio swimwear collection is perfect for kids with adventurous parents who want to enjoy the sun without compromising style or their little ones’ skin health. It launched last March 15, 2023, on edamama, bean.ph, and Glorietta & Southmall edamama stores; March 21 on Lazada & Zalora; and April 20 in Robinsons Department Stores.
bean is a collaborative brand for babies and kids dedicated to inspiring conscious practices and efforts through quality and hand-picked products that grow with you and your family.
About Anina Rubio
Anina is a multidisciplinary visual artist and environmental advocate living in Manila, Philippines. She creates works that depict nature’s beauty to inspire others to promote sustainability and conservation.