Love Island Men’s Swimwear
It’s time for a Love Island Men’s Swimwear recap!
We mentioned before that we loved the decision to dress contestants in second-hand clothes from ebay. The show were hoping to change viewers shopping habits in a more sustainable way. But, there was still a lot of “fast fashion” brands featured. This is a shame, seen as the show released a statement about sustainability in June.
“The BBC said “The show had attracted criticism from sustainability advocates for promoting fast fashion with previous sponsors like Missguided.” But a new partnership with eBay UK could change the way its viewers shop Love Island Swimwear. The show’s bosses said it was striving to be “a more eco-friendly production.” Ms Binns, said promoting second-hand clothing on the popular TV show would make viewers think differently. “This is going into the homes of normal people who may have never considered the impact of their clothing before.” “Regardless of whether [viewers] are ready to make a change. There’s going to be a change forced upon them as previously you could buy what [contestants] were wearing immediately.”
We love the idea of recreating our favourite Love Islander’s exact outfit, but sustainability is something we all have to get on board with. Luckily, Love Island Men’s Swimwear isn’t a difficult look to recreate. Think bright colours, geometric patterns and barely there hemlines; and you will be getting a text before you know it 😉