A Letter of Love, Bikinis and Revolution

Hey Babes!

It's been an incredible year of growth so far for AMARA, as well as for me personally. Last year I decided to take a chance on life and move to Tulum, Mexico and haven't looked back since! While the tropical vibes have been exponentially inspirational for me on a creative level, what's been most rewarding is that I have come to know myself better. Through the people, the culture, the new friends I've made, and especially through the solitude and self reflection, I've become a little deeper and a lot more aware. As a result of this growth process, I've come to have strong opinions about this world we live inthe connections we have with each other, with ourselves, and with our planetand about our potential as human beings in all aspects of life.

I have always been passionate about my craft but it's beginning to have a much greater purpose than I could have ever imagined, even just a year ago. I have been very active on my personal social media channels about my hopes, my inspirations, and my beliefs, but I had always felt it necessary to keep that away from the brand. I didn't know how the two related or fit together. However, through my ethical and sustainable initiatives within the brand, I have begun to see that the two aspects of my life go perfectly hand in hand. After all, what is fashion if not making a statement? What is making a statement, if not doing it in style? My beliefs and passions have essentially shaped AMARA into what you see todaysomething I have worked extremely hard for, and about which I am infinitely impassioned. I've come to realize that through the brand, I have an opportunitya voice, along with an ability to reach many young women and to start a conversation about things that really matter to us all.

Which is why I am thrilled to announce that in the coming year, I will be acting as Editor-In-Chief to Bikini Revolution, working closely with two beautiful, intelligent and conscious babes: Shi Kremer and Taryn Marly. We will be sharing a vast array of inspiration with you; from our latest photo shoots and collaborations, to the art we are into, music (of course), advice on conscious and sustainable living, health and beauty inspo, feminism, and exploration of this beautiful planet - pretty much anything that gets us excited. This won't be your typical brand-blog. We have deep thoughts, and big aspirations, and our greatest hope for this magazine is to inspire some of that to be channeled through you, into your own passionate expressions.

I hope Bikini Revolution will be a place where women all over the world can connect, create, and inspire one another to reach our greatest potential. Be revolutionary. Let's see what we're capable of! 

Lots of love,

Lisa xo

Lisa Jackson
Lisa Jackson


Owner and Designer of AMARA swimwear. Toronto Native. Tulum Local. Bikini Enthusiast. Hippy. Revolutionary. Soul Lover. Music Addict. Closet Nudist.

1 Response


February 12, 2016

Hey, Adam, don’t you think the freshwater arlgens of SJ would be better served by the State eliminating the trout stocking and focusing instead on enhancing the habitat and numbers of those species more natural to the region, like bass, crappie, and pickeral? Trout (and trout stamps) don’t fit in slow-moving, warmer blackwater, except that the State can make a few extra bucks by convincing spring and fall Saturday arlgens that they’re really fishing with fly-rods and nymphs in the fast moving streamwaters of upstate New York.

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