"The Taínos were a complete culture that learned to live with what the Caribbean had...
Inspired by the Taínos, who were the indigenous people of Kiskeya (island shared by Haiti and Dominican Republic).
As a Dominican woman, I hope this collection to be an homage and a celebration of the roots we Dominicans and our Haitians siblings share.
Anacaona was a Taíno queen. She is regarded as one of the most influential figures in the Taíno society. She was born into power, and was herself a governor. She was also a poet, a singer and overall, a strong and powerful woman.
The Naborí were the everyday people in the Taíno society. The makers, the creators and the fuel that propelled them.
Atabey was the Taíno goddess of fresh water and fertility, and one of the most important gods in the Taíno culture.
Salomé is sustainably sourced and ethically produced by women in limited quantities.
The mission at Salomé is to create beautiful swimwear that celebrates and empowers women.
When you support Salomé, you support a minority and female owned business.