Eres “Eres Inspired” ft. Alex Noiret
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A few months ago I had the opportunity to shoot with Eres, a French swim & lingerie line that is dear to my heart. Growing up, my grandmother used to only wear chic Eres one pieces to the beach. I remember specifically her owning a bordeaux colored suit that she would slip on occasionally. My grandmother didn’t actually go or stay on the beach for very long, but when she did, she made sure that she looked as elegant as possible. She’d wear an Eres suit , for example, with a color coordinated pareo, red lips, her clear Longchamp purse, and some woven sandals. I grew up observing every little action and perspective that she had; her love of beauty, quality and detail for nature and napkins and clothing taught me to appreciate those same things. She loved Eres because it was simple, sleek and French – and because she loved Eres, I did too.
Except now I can vouch for myself! I am so grateful to have been able to work with such a beautiful brand. Both the swimsuits and lingerie are effortlessly simple, with a French nonchalance and a peek of sexy. But not sexy in a vulgar way – sexy in a natural way. Because the body is beautiful and naturally sensual; it doesn’t need clothing that distracts from it. But rather, I believe that Eres does a great job in complimenting a woman’s figure and letting it speak for itself – no matter the age.
Here’s a little video that was shot at the LACMA Museum of Art. Big thank you to Jordane Crantelle, who is an incredible woman and creative director. Also, to everyone on the team.
Some screencaps from the other exclusive videos: