Since 1976, Paul&Shark has signified authenticity, performance, and the spirit of adventure. We share a direct and sincere connection with the sea, the wind, and the sails that tame the elements.
The Paul&Shark Spring Summer 21 collection is a declaration of passion for the planet, proving our ongoing commitment to sustainability through the use of responsible raw materials, and a series of green initiatives. We make clothes that are made to last.
The latest addition to the conscious production of recycled fabrics from Paul&Shark is ECONYL. A regenerated nylon yarn made from discarded nylon waste, ECONYL utilises products rescued from landfills, as well as fishing nets found in oceans around the world.
Infinitely recyclable without ever losing its integral quality, our ECONYL pieces form a highly curated part of the SS21 collection, including overshirts, jackets, trousers and swimming trunks.
Every day, approximately 8 million pieces of plastic pollution find their way into our oceans. Enter our established Save the Sea project, whereby recycled polyester derived from plastic bottles is transformed into core Paul&Shark garments. For SS21, once again Save the Sea meets Typhoon, this time for a new print evoking the ocean’s waves.
SS21 also sees Paul&Shark collaborate with The Shark Trust. Its mission is to protect the future of the species and their marine ecosystem. The special capsule collection features a logo designed by the charitable organisation, which is perhaps most compellingly applied to our iconic Typhoon jacket. Paul&Shark will be donating 10% of all sales from the collaboration to the cause.
And, of course, our love for the planet extends to the land as well: we are proud to announce that all cotton from our SS21 collection is entirely organic, and grown using methods and products that have the lowest possible impact on the environment.