Solenn Heussaff is not only a beautiful actress and model but a talented and brilliant mind as well. She designs clothes, and she paints as well with art shows that are nearly always sold out. The woman has a vision, and recently we also learned that she has a soft spot for mother nature. Of course, prior to this we have already all known that Solenn is an advocate of the Philippines. She claimed that even though she is only half Filipino (as she is half French) she has done more for the country than others who are full blooded. That is very true! Now off to her new endeavors.
The Encantadia actress is now designing a clothing line of swimwear that is made of recycled fishnets and plastic bottles. Recycling has never been so fashionable, Sos.
The Kapuso star has designed a bathing suit that was 100% no less recycled with the intent to save the seas of Palawan. Palawan is such a lovely, serene place and is one of the many paradises of the Philippines. We get why she is trying to protect it.
The Kapuso actress took to Instagram in order to post a photo of herself showing off the sustainable maillot or one piece swimsuit. The ensemble is a collaboration with Body Party that supports the “Save Palawan Seas” Foundation. Her caption could be read as follows: “Another one of my designs with #SolennArt for the benefit of our oceans. Bathing suit made out of 100% recycled fishnets and plastic bottles.
Wall art: solennart too haha”
Ultimately, the bathing suit does not look like it had been recycled as it is very presentable and forward thinking. Not to mention, sly and fashionable too. Solenn wore it with total confidence and rocked the whole ensemble which she herself created out of the purest will. Besides from the bathing suit being absolutely gorgeous AND made of recycled materials, every purchase would have 20% of its proceeds given to the benefit of saving the Palawan seas. This woman is dedicated to her craft and to her home country.
“This collaboration benefits one of the most beautiful places in the Philippines – Palawan. Part of the proceeds from the collaboration will be donated to the foundation, which provides beneficiary communities in Palawan sustainable sources of income without harming the environment,” Save Palawan Seas Foundation wrote and added on the caption of their Instagram account page.