We inspire people to explore everything the world has to offer.
Our only mandate is that we give more than we take.
For every item sold, we save 229 plastic bottles from the ocean.
A collaborative and open-source initiative convening leading multinational companies to develop the first global network of ocean-bound plastic supply chains, convened by Lonely Whale.
The NextWave Plastics consortium member companies include Dell Technologies, Bureo, General Motors, Herman Miller, Humanscale, Interface, Trek Bicycle, HP Inc, IKEA, Solgaard, and CPI Card Group.
New York, U.S.
An incubator for courageous ideas that drive impactful market-based change on behalf of our ocean.
A certified, chain of custody traceable recycled plastic collected from coastal areas at risk for ocean plastic pollution.
New York, U.S.
Established in 2020, the Solgaard Foundation champions the innovation and implementation of sustainable solutions, technologies, and infrastructures engineered to eradicate ocean plastic pollution and combat global environmental threats.
Yangtze River, China
Currently in conceptual phase, the Ocean Plastic Filter is a mass-scale waste removal infrastructure seeking to eliminate three billion pounds of river- generated ocean plastic annually, making it the world’s largest waste collection system under development to-date.
Proposed for initial implementation in the most polluting river in the world, the Yangtze River in China, The Ocean Plastic Filter has the potential to eliminate 20-40% of plastic waste from polluting our ocean.
We've partnered with different groups in The Philippines, Indonesia, and China who work with local teams in creating jobs for communities to collect ocean-bound plastic that can be upcycled into useful goods.
Plastic saved so far
Fabric made completely from ocean-bound plastic
High impact and durable material made from ocean-bound plastic
Durable hard-shell exterior of our luggage, made with recycled content
Fabric constructed from excess luxury handbag material
The frame on our Carry-On Closet is made from recyclable aluminum, one of the most repurposed metals on earth