VoLo Foundation joined as a sponsor at Miami Swim Week

The swimwear brand Syrena, supported by VoLo, works with 100% recycled fabrics.

By Carlos Roa 

Miami, July 2022.- VoLo Foundation sponsored this year’s swimwear brand Syrena at the Miami Swim Week event, which was held July 14-18 in this city. 

VoLo decided to support this manufacturer because they use recycled fibers in their products, they are committed to projecting nature in their designs and, additionally, the event took place in a city in South Florida where the foundation develops other activities. 

The Forbes magazine website described the event as “inclusive, diverse and flashy”. Seventy designers showed their work on this occasion. 

The call brought together numerous media outlets, music and TV stars, content creators, influencers, beauty queens, makeup artists, stylists and models; as well as aspiring startups in all of these careers.

Syrena and VoLo Foundation 

The collection designed by Syrena featured blues to represent water and air, greens for earth; yellows, oranges and golds to symbolize fire. It was shown on the opening night -July 14- at 8:30 p.m. at the Faena Forum in Miami Beach. 

Its Italian fabrics are made from 100% recycled nylon from post-consumer waste materials, such as commercial fishing nets, industrial plastic waste and fabric scraps.

Syrena also offered attendees giveaways supplied by VoLo, such as straws and reusable silicone food storage bags.

“VoLo supports this brand since it is positively impacting the community with its products to raise awareness about sustainability. This also invites people to learn more about the foundation and its work,” said Antonio Gomez, brand ambassador and content creator for VoLo.

Antonio created the video that accompanied the Syrena fashion show, which featured models Agustina and Kim Kong. It was shot in Miami Beach and in an animal farm in Homestead, south of Miami. 

Photography by Jean Carlo Campos.

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