Removing the equivalent of 20 plastic bottles from oceans and rivers on behalf of customers when they buy a product from the CC Extra collection. 


How it all started

Founder Katrine Lee Larsen started Copenhagen Cartel back in 2019 out of a concern and consideration for the future of our oceans and planet. She designs high-quality and fashionable swimwear from ghost nets (fishing nets), but also a casual collection with joggers and sweatshirts. Customers can make a plastic positive purchase as each product from the CC Extra collection is removing the equivalent of 20 single-use plastic bottles from oceans and rivers through ReSea Project. 



Involve customers
to do more 


Our customers are selective.

Removing plastic per bikini sold adds value to our products.

Copenhagen Cartel’s basic idea is to provide customers with a better choice by providing sustainable and long-lasting products. Time is scarce for successful startups, which is why Katrine and Copenhagen Cartel needed a solution that was easy to implement. With access to visuals, it was easy for Katrine to integrate ReSea Project into her own sustainability strategy and promote the difference made. 


A stronger brand together with ReSea Project

Together with ReSea Project, Katrine has no doubt that her brand has become stronger and her customers have been more than positive and supportive of her initiative to collect plastic from the ocean. Her customers are very selective of what they buy, which is why the partnership with ReSea Project has given her product an important added value.

Read more about Copenhagen Cartel here.