Established in 2015, Sara Cristina's vision brings to life timeless garments that harmonize nature with modern art-inspired elements. Through sustainable practices, craftsmanship, and materials, Sara Cristina explores a bold yet elegant approach to swim and resort wear. Founded by Sara Cristina Villasmil and David De Lima, the brand was born out of a desire to innovate while staying connected to its founders' origins on the coasts of Venezuela.

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Caribbean Sea, 1980


Quality, responsibility, and sustainability are core values of Sara Cristina, and we strive to synchronize our actions with these principles.

As part of our sustainability efforts, we embrace a more concise collection approach. Rather than focusing on producing a large volume of products, we dedicate time to carefully develop each piece at the highest quality, creating intentional, timeless, and highly durable pieces. By doing so, we aim to reduce the need for our customers to purchase supplementary styles or frequent replacements.

We avoid raw materials and virgin plastic and have embraced the use of Econyl, a regenerated nylon fabric made from recycled materials, including abandoned fishing nets and other nylon waste

Avoiding dead stock and ensuring production aligns with demand is a key principle at Sara Cristina. By minimizing excess inventory, we reduce waste and avoid contributing to the disposal of unused products.

We strongly believe in providing fair work environments and ensuring the well-being of our employees, artisans, and those working at our manufacturers. We seek out partners who share our values and emphasize social and environmental responsibilities. Through collaboration and open communication, we strive to create positive and ethical working conditions throughout our supply chain.

We are dedicated to learning and continuously improving on responsible and sustainable practices that benefit the environment, our customers, and our brand.