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About us

A WAVE OF CHANGE
KíKI was inspired by the love of little Athena for the planet Earth and the beautiful Sea.
KíKI is an inner part of ourselves that is hiding among the sensitivity and love for nature.
KíKI dreams of humans and animals living in balance caring for one another and the environment.
The concept of  KíKI Wanders is to show that Mermaids live in the oceans and humans should protect their "home" and care for it.
We hope to make young people enjoy the sea and at the same time learn
to respect the planet, while wearing the Mermaid swimwear.
KíKI Wanders brand consists of real Mermaid Swimwear and will be soon enriched with other gadgets for children and adults.
This is how we can spread the magic!
A mermaid is an aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. Mermaids appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide, including the Near East, Europe, Africa and Asia. The first stories with appeared in ancient Assyria and in Greek Mythology.
Mermaids have been a popular subject of art and literature in recent centuries, such as in Hans Christian Andersen's  well-known fairy tale "The Little Mermaid"  (1836). They have subsequently been depicted in operas, paintings, books, films and comics.

 

A little bit more about KiKI Wanders and Oceana Collection

KiKI conceptualises projects with an environmental focus. Her proposal shifts from the imaginary to the realizable. 

Oceana collection touches on the immediate issues of clean water, survival, politics, human weaknesses and needs. 

It brings attention to a global environmental issue: Water.

It refers to the global problem we must soon face with the life-giving substance of water and the politics surrounds it. 

How inappropriate to call this planet Earth, when quite clearly it is Ocean. – Arthur C. Clarke 

The mermaid is used as a symbolic, metaphorical way. It's a movement, an interactive way to make new generation love and respect the ocean, as part of their wider home.