When it comes to 2009 summer swimsuits, there’s nothing compared to the Eres Paris collection. Created as a tribute to America, evoking the Art Deco atmosphere of Miami’s posh hotels, Eres swimwear celebrates and glorifies the body.
With a classic, sober and luxurious new swimwear line for 2009, Eres stands for a timeless, elegant attitude towards beach outfits.
For the past eleven years, Eres has created not just outstanding beachwear collections, but luxury lingerie as well.
The collection is made of Peau Douce, made of a supple and light Lycra jersey, the Parachute line made of a fast-drying fabric, extremely light weighted. This “Peau Douce” material which means soft skin is really nice to wear; it’s like a second skin.
So what brings new 2009 summer swimwear collection by Eres Paris? The “Bijou” wide belts are also famous in this collection, with silver metal buckles that easily remind of old America in her ’30s; one-piece strapless swimsuit (removable neck strap)- with a decorative tricolor draped insert, or that great body shaper (made of that Lycra jersey that describes the Peau Douce section), which comes in color ranges like autumnal colors, “Elephant” gray, “Artifice” pink, “Bliss” ivory, Vert Galante (gray/green) and “Nacré” (a pale lavender).
Like any other collection made by Eres, every piece of swimwear or lingerie respects the body’s architecture, combining luxury with creativity.
Founded in 1968 by Irene Leroux, Eres manages to surprise us each season with a delicate, very well understanding of a woman’s body.