Our Interwoven Collection is made up of 12 individual pieces.
Join the Liandra Swim Tribe this Summer and be seen in the hottest reversible swimwear on the beach! Our fabrics are made from recycled plastic bottles and each design sharing a unique story.
You will have the ultimate beach to brunch wardrobe! We want you to have as much control over your style, fit and comfort as possible which is why we have designed our pieces to allow greater wearer control - this means adjustable straps, tie-up backs and mix-and-match options!
Our Interwoven collection is available in sizes 6-16!
All pieces in our Interwoven Collection are limited edition, once we sell out that means we don't re-order.
- Strapless Top with Removable & Adjustable Straps
- Removable Breast Cups
- Ethical, Sustainable & Eco- Friendly (Using Recycled Plastics Bottles & Recycled Elastine) - 86% Nylon & 14% Elastine
- Reversible Option
- UV, Chlorine Resistant & Moisture-Wicking
- Soft, Durable & Comfortable
Our Model Wears a Size 8
Larissa Yasmin Behrendt AO FASSA is a legal academic, writer, filmmaker and Indigenous rights advocate, an Aboriginal Australian woman of the Eualeyai/Kamillaroi peoples. As of 2020 she is a Professor of Law and Director of Research and Academic Programs at the Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research at the University of Technology Sydney, and holds the inaugural Chair in Indigenous Research.
Larissa was the first Aboriginal person to earn a doctorate from Harvard Law School in USA. Larissa is also a Professor of Law at Sydney University of Technology.
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 and we want to help empower through education, connection and fashion!