The latest Bond girl Berenice Marlohe stars in the campaign of the new collection Sunwear Collection ERES, with photographs made by the kaiser.
YOU'RE's Exclusive – SUNWEAR COLLECTION – full color, cheerful, elegante, luxurious, sophisticated, created for both day and night, to take a cocktail and on the beach, inspired by the art of travel, the luxury of the getaway and a “Gypset” style. La colección SUNWEAR fully represents the values and imagination of ERES.
The muse chosen to represent the collection is Berenice Marlohe, French actress and model, Bond girl from the newly released Agent movie 007, Heavy rain. The photo shoot was done by Karl Lagerfeld. In Spain the pieces are only found in Madrid, in the shop of Claudio Coello, 85 and in the Castilian English Court. And in Puerto Banus in the shop of Ribera Pier.
Imagine, conceive, innovate, perfect now and forever, cuts that respect the architecture of the body and enhance the contours: The essence of style ARE part of the uninterrupted search from 1968.
About the ERES Sunwear Collection
It consists of a silk kaftan with a beautiful pattern and embroidered finishes.; of a sarouel pants in ultra-light silk, of a silk and velvet tunic with decorations, a sarouel jumpsuit with batwing sleeves; a pareo skirt-dress embellished with copper sequins, pearls and raffia; color-block kimonos in shades of fuchsia, orange and navy, and a silk muslin dress, embellished with pearls and brightly colored cotton thread. All pieces are designed to be mixed and matched with the colors of the spring/summer swimwear collection. 2013. The finishes of the pieces are luxurious and very refined., with colorful fabrics that enhance the freedom of the body, the pieces hover between the 600 y los 1.700 euros.
“I see the world as a pool of ideas and have searched for universal style motifs, mixing east and west, in an attempt to crystallize these ideas in a collection that evokes a timeless collection, from beyond” They are statements by Valérie Delafosse, artistic director of ERES. “The idea was to transmit our philosophy of FREEDOM OF THE BODY with aerial and graphic creations”