Lathering your skin in sunscreen is a well known beauty secret and beach bag necessity (sun protection is essential!). Even if you’re one of the lucky ones who do not burn like a lobster after 25 minutes outside, sun exposure can cause wrinkles and premature aging, but most importantly, it can cause life-threatening skin cancer. We depend on SPF to protect our skin and our health from harmful sun rays. But unfortunately, all sunscreens are not created equal.
Sun, Surf & Culture
We are always looking to expand our knowledge of sustainable and ethical practices. Our fabrics are made from regenerated plastics. We use eco-friendly fabric dyes. Our hygiene stickers are safe for home-compost disposal.
Liandra Swim is a sustainable ode to Indigenous Australian culture and people. We use swimwear fashion to showcase our rich culture, through our signature prints.
All our pieces are limited edition. Our pieces are unique in every sense of the word.
We highlight the achievements of Indigenous women through our swimwear. Each of our pieces is named after a different ground-breaking Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander woman.
Our purpose goes beyond the visual aesthetic.
Professor Megan Davis is a Cobble-Cobble Aboriginal woman from south-east Queensland. She is an Aboriginal Australian activist and human rights lawyer. She was the first Indigenous Australian to sit on a United Nations body where she was Chair of a UN permanent forum.