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Sublimation print technique

April 14, 2022

Sublimation printing is the most environmentally friendly and sustainable method of garment printing and production currently being used today. The printing technique uses heat activated dyes. The process involves turning a solid directly to a gas,and there is no water needed for dyeing. Also the dyes used are safe. Yes, It produces zero waste!


- Dye-based ink. None - harmful and safe for the environment, consumer and the worker.

- Produce more vibrant colors
- Sustainable



Natural dye pigment

January 06, 2022

Earth pigment

We are trying new dyeing techniques to avoid harmful chemicals. These mineral eco-friendly pigments are right out of the ground – various naturally occurring rocks, minerals and earth and sustainably-harvested from around the world. 

- Natural ingredients 
- Non-toxic
- Safe for sensitive skin
- Eco-friendly 



Regenerated fabric ♻️

December 04, 2021

When it comes to pollution, the fashion industry is one of the largest contributors in the world. With that in mind here’s we decided to start using regenerated fabric from the waste for our collection. Here are the certified supplier brands that we use to change the game. 


- Carvico  

Italian brand with high end recycled fabrics made of ECONYL® yarn, a 100% regenerated nylon yarn derived from pre and post industrial waste such as discarded fishing nets. 640 thousand tons of fishing nets are abandoned at the bottom of the ocean. (data sourced from FAO and UNEP)



transform recycled bottles into an amazing fiber. Billions of plastic bottles go into landfills every year. Isn't good that you can buy products made with REPREVE to make a difference?


#sustainable #togetherwecansavetheworld


Reduce Waste


September 2, 2021

Most of the deadstock fabrics are known to get dumped, landfilled or incinerated. Why wouldn't we try to reduce Textile Waste by using them?
Because we use deadstock from the fabric hunter agency for selecting surplus high-quality fabric,  we only find limited amounts. So we decided to use them as a lining for our Blursday collection. Which mean every pieces of this collection have different and un-repeat lining.

- Reduce textile waste
- Reduce the emission of greenhouse gases from production house

Collaboration project


September 27, 2021

TRY and Ayeomee have collaborated on the design of a special edition collection. The TRY x Ayeomee collection builds upon South Korea based fine art artist YEON KYUNG PARK's painting —which were filled with color bright tones, and incredible flower, vase and fruits —for a soft, stretchy mesh tube top design by TRY 


Shop Ayeomee's tube top here


Tencel fabric shirt

August 25, 2021

Tencel fibers are produced from wood pulp from sustainably managed sources, a renewable resource. The fibers are also compostable and biodegradable, thus they can fully revert back to nature. The fabric made with this fiber is exceptionally soft to the skin and smooth.


Social responsibility

Join our #MeTRYcoastalcleanup

October 10, 2020

Social Responsibility


We created the project to promote our customers to help us keep and save the oceans clean by support them by giving them one extra point for joining the project by tagging the photos on social media when they make a clean.

Every piece of trash you remove reveals something beautiful.


100% Natural fibers collection

Febuary 02, 2020

Recently, our brand committed to reducing the environmental footprint of the swimwear and ready-to-wear we make. We are now focusing on “Sustainable design and fabrics used”.
For this collection, we have steadily reduced the use of synthetic fabrics such as polyester in our swimwear, in favour of more sustainable fabrics which made with 100% natural. Besides, the fabrics that we use in this collection are considered as one of the most environmentally-friendly fabrics as well as it is perfect for hot weather as it is lightweight and comfortable one.



New compostable shipping bag

January 05, 2020

Non plastic but made from cornstarch and 100% biodegradable materials. Decomposed in to CO2, water and organic fertilizer and back to the nature. 

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