Swimwear from the future: interview with Jo-Anne Godden from Ruby Moon.

Photo:RubyMoon

Jo, please tell me how you came up with the idea for the brand?

I wanted to do something better, to see if it’s possible to manufacture things and enjoy things that are ethical and sustainable and not damaging for anybody.

Photo: RubyMoon
Photo: RubyMoon

We are trying to make people understand that prior to the 1980s everyone used to save and value their clothing and now it has become almost disposable.

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