Too often in the swimwear industry you have to sacrifice fit & fabric for price. Our founder, Tiffany, wanted to change that. On the mission to find the "Unicorn Bikini", Kyah Swim was founded in 2017 during an impromptu trip to Bali. Eco-friendly luxe fabrics at an affordable price point, and human and environmental rights were all non-negotiables when creating the brand. Kyah is more than a cute bikini... it's a community of body-positive, confident, babes who support our mission for Eco & Ethical fashion.


Kyah is committed to giving back. With our "Look Good, Feel Good" campaign we are breaking the stigma surrounding mental health. We want our Kyah Tribe to glow on the outside as well as in. Every purchase helps support community-based mental health efforts via the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Our babes support, motivate, and inspire other babes! We are a community of inclusivity and positivity and we are excited to have you with us on this journey!


Tiffany, Founder

Representing a new movement in how brands are more thoughtful in treating customers, teams and suppliers. As like-minded brands we have united in an effort to give back to those affected by COVID-19, while also supporting conscious consumer spending and do our part to keep the economy functioning. As you continue to support the digitally native brands you rely on, we pledge to take that support and pay it forward to those on the front lines of the health crisis, in addition to our employees and suppliers.

Conscious Consumerism

Not your “fast fashion” fix.


We're turning an ocean waste problem into a sustainable fashion solution. The majority of our collection uses ECONYL recycled fabric. Fish nets, plastic bottles, and other ocean waste is regenerated into nylon yarn that we in turn use to create our bikinis! This fabric has the potential to be recycled infinitely, without ever losing its quality. $.10 from every bikini made goes to help support ocean conservation and clean up. 

Our poly-mailers are 100% biodegradable and compostable. They will easly break down in your garden or the landfill within months. 

We are not perfect, but we are always looking for ways to lessen our carbon footprint, in what can be a very wasteful industry. 



We believe all consumers should know where their clothes come from... and we encourage you to ask! Designed in the US, and ethically handmade in Bali, we are committed to both human and environmental rights when sourcing our products. Our manufacturer far exceeds industry standards, promotes work-life balance, provides healthcare for all employees and their families, and offers profit sharing.

We produce our collections in small batches to reduce textile waste and further our committement to the environment.

You can feel confident about where your bikini comes from!