Eres serves up a textural cruise collection inspired by New York art
For the uninitiated, think of Eres this way: Like Brioni is to suiting, the French name is to swimwear. By gracing silver screen epics back in the day — James Bond film Dr No (1962) and Die Another Day — Eres earned its cred as the pinnacle of bathing suits. If they were good enough for the orignal Bond girl, they were good enough for everyone else.
And sure enough, much can be said about the thought that goes into the construction of the label's wares. Seams, cut-outs, buckles — such unassuming details serve double duty. First, for the aesthetically unembellished simplicity Eres is recognised for, but more importantly, to keep the swimsuit flush to the skin for the most flattering form.
From the label's cruise 2017 collection, the details du jour rise from New York's art scene; in which the criss-cross pattern is the season's recurring leitmotif on both one and two-piecers. Coloured in the most mellow of tones that bring to mind a languid summer's day, below, its Art Deco inspiration meets Eres' classical French sensuality:
Available at Eres boutiques. Located at #01-12, Four Seasons Hotel in Singapore.