• Brand Eres asked the women to walk in bikinis in the city

  • French underwear manufacturer Eres has released its first-ever cruise collection of swimwear. About it the correspondent "Tapes.ru" has told the representative a press-services of the brand. The inspiration for its creation was vintage beach photographs and works of abstract art.

    Clothing is made in such a way that it can be worn as a bodysuit, combining with other items of clothing. "I wanted to make a bright and comfortable clothes that can be worn all day even in the city," — said the designer Veronique Leroy. Except in the line of swimwear is also presented jumpsuits, bags and hats.

    Company Eres was founded in 1968 in France, currently owned by the owners of Chanel Wertheimer brothers. This brand produces women's underwear made of silk and other natural fabrics as well as swimwear from innovative textiles, beachwear and shoes.


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