MonBali is a clothing brand that produces swimwear and active wear, as well as high-quality summer clothing. We make each of the garments with great care so that they last a long time “Made with Love to Make it Last”. Our collections are limited and timeless.
Our products are manufactured locally in Bali, the island where we live and where our brand was founded, which allows us to ensure the quality of the products and preserve their craftsmanship, as well as being in constant communication with the factory to ensure good conditions for workers. .
Our goal is to be 100% sustainable and create a positive impact on the environment and society. For this reason, we use only digital printing methods, as they use less water, and we hand-dye the garments using locally sourced botanicals.
Likewise, we consider fabric to be a key element, which is why both our collections and our packaging are made from natural and recycled materials. We make our garments with sustainable fibers such as ECONYL ®, LENZING™ ECOVERO™, linen and organic cotton.
ECONYL®: regenerated nylon. Nylon waste, such as fishing nets or industrial plastic, that would otherwise pollute the Earth, is recovered and transformed into ECONYL® regenerated nylon that is exactly the same as virgin nylon and has the potential to be recycled endlessly without never lose its quality.
LENZING™ ECOVERO™: are viscose fibers obtained from sustainable wood and cellulose, from certified and controlled sources and following the strict Lenzing guidelines. These fibers have been certified with the EU Ecolabel for meeting high environmental standards throughout their life cycle. The manufacture of LENZING™ ECOVERO™ fibers generates up to 50% less emissions and impact on water resources compared to generic viscose.
Linen: it is considered a sustainable material since it uses fewer resources than other fibers (such as water, pesticides, energy). In many cases, it rehabilitates contaminated soil.
Organic cotton: the fabric has the same quality as conventional cotton, but without the negative impact on the environment. It is grown from non-GMO seeds and without the use of pesticides, insecticides or fertilizers. Much less water is used than in conventional cotton. Also, organic cotton farmers are not exposed to harmful substances.