SPRING – SUMMER 2018 LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS PRESS PRESENTATIONRead more
SPRING – SUMMER 2018 LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS PRESS PRESENTATION
SRETSIS HOSTS A PRIVATE PRESENTATION FOR THE LATEST spring – summer 2018 COLLECTION WITH A MINI-fashion show SHOWCASING KEY LOOKS FROM language of flowers.
Spring – Summer 2018 Language of Flowers PRESS PRESENTATION
Patom Organic Living
20 November 2017
Styled by Kim Visudharomn
There’s something about the New Years that brings a sense of rejuvenation, reincarnation, and revitalization. Well, they do say, “new year, new me” for a reason. Before you start on this New Year’s resolution, how about giving a complete makeover a go? We’ve put together festive looks to fulfill any fantasy, all tied up in one big fancy bow!
Let your inner flower child bloom with a skillful mixed-and-matched ensemble put together by a carefree spirit who lives for the bohemian mindset of eclectic is electric!
The Ingenue Bow
Lady like and demure is the perfect look to impress the in-laws over the holidays. Give the prim and polished a whirl with a hint of sparkle, to take it beyond the ordinary.
The Barbie Bow
This big, glittery bow belongs to the girl whose energy and outfit could light up the room. She’s bold, bold, bold, and not afraid to be the star and life of the party.
The Rock & Bow
Ring in the New Year with a roaring rock ‘n’ roll ride! Try these small but mighty bowties bring a boyish edge to an otherwise romantic baby doll dress, well-balanced like the cool rock chick who’s ensembles always read effortless.
The Bombshell Bow
A sultry, sheer blouse with a bow that is perhaps more intriguing untied calls for a super confident femme fatale, comprised of equal parts glamor and wild.
Take cue from the ultimate showman and literally STOP THE SHOW! With this glittering ensemble that will have all the spotlights shining on you. Bonus points for red locks and wild makeup!
Sretsis and SCI-FIRead more
Sretsis and SCI-FI
Essay By Parisa Pichitmarn
Sretsis and sci-fi is not exactly the match made in heaven that comes to mind. But upon seeing the AW17 campaign pictures shot by Michal Pudelka, one may be well transported back to their sixth grade English class— when Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles was the required reading for students, a high-ranking piece of literature on the list among other classics. Following the lives of the first humans that went up to settle down on Mars from 1999 to 2026, the book will come to life visually when you see the other-worldly and eerily desolate landscapes of Ubonratchathani, which served as the backdrop for Sretsis’ glittering clothes.
The book has always untapped a chilling sense of wonder and bewilderment by portraying the unchanging human condition, no matter what planet we are on. The desires and ambitions of our race remains the same in this land of vast purple mountains, blue villages and ships that sail through sand. Some of the most haunting tales include the terror of getting left behind as the rocket departure nears, near-extinct Martians taking the form of humans in search for love and belonging, while humans repeatedly find their late loved ones alive and well in this new, mysterious frontier.
A masterpiece in its own right, it creates an encompassing universe of its own, the way the Sretsis Universe also celebrates celestial myths, a tongue-in-cheek disposition, and an imperfect kind of perfection— the clothes are dazzling in their own right, but it is the somewhat-tousled spirit wearing them that captivates you. When the rocket crew return back to visit an old colleague on Mars, his wife and three children still look perfectly young and gorgeous, as if a day had never passed in the 20 years that they were gone. The harrowing truth the Captain soon realizes is he is not sitting amid the company of four other humans. But it drives one point to clarity: Perfection is to not age and to not age is not human. Perfection is unnatural. Even if one would become genius enough to build robots to keep themselves company, imperfection still seems like a better choice on any day.
Behind the scene snap from Sincerely Yours Lookbook shootRead more
Behind the scene snap from Sincerely Yours Lookbook shoot
ON AVERAGE A PERSON SPENDS A THIRD OF THEIR LIVES SLEEPING, SO WHY NOT BE MOST COMFORTABLE WHEN DOING SO. SINCERELY YOURS OFFERS LUXURIOUS SLEEP AND LOUNGEWEAR IN NATURAL FIBERS TO ENSURE YOUR DREAMS ARE DRAPED IN SILK. TAKE A BEHIND THE SCENES PEEK OF THE LOOK BOOK SHOOT.
SHOT ON FUJIFILM AT THE MUSTANG NERO.
DELVE INTO OUR ARCHIVE AND TAKE A GLIMPSE AT SRETSIS’ SIGNATURE ALL WHITE SUITING. NOT LETTING THE GENTLEMEN HAVE ALL THE FUN, THE POWER SUIT GETS REINCARNATED SEASONS AFTER SEASONS, IN PRISTINE WHITES, WITH FABRICS RANGING FROM WINTER WOOLS, SUMMERY LINENS, AND MOST RECENTLY STRETCHED CUPRO.
WHETHER TAILORED TO SAVILE ROW STANDARDS OR SLOUCHED TO RELAXED PERFECTION, THE CONCLUSION IS THIS: THE PERFECT WHITE SUIT JUST NEVER GOES OUT OF STYLE.
DISCOVER THE LATEST OFFERING OF “JACKIE PEARL-BUTTON BLAZER” AND “JACKIE PANTS” IN LILY WHITE AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY AT SRETSIS FLAGSHIP, CENTRAL EMBASSY LEVEL 2.
Lounge IndulgenceRead more
Evoking the glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age and the starlet’s Lounge Indulgence, an alluring offering of button-down afternoon boudoir dressing with a contemporary mix of classic sophistication and rebellious youth. 1930’s silhouettes trimmed with Marabou seamlessly intermix with this season’s novelty shimmering Treasured Bouquet lamé with embroidered flowers encapsulated in a sequined dome or the word “Pour Toujours”, symbolizing the dream of capturing the fragility of beauty and preserving eternity, however impossible it may be. The eclectic mix reflects a melting pot of cultures that make each and every look unique and shine in their own right.
EXPLORE THE WONDERS OF THAILAND AND GET INSPIRED WITH SRETSIS BENJARONGRead more
EXPLORE THE WONDERS OF THAILAND AND GET INSPIRED WITH SRETSIS BENJARONG
FOLLOW US ON A TOUR OF BANGKOK’S STUNNING TEMPLES AND EXPLORE THE BREATHTAKING WONDERS OF TRADITIONAL THAI CULTURE AND CRAFT THAT INSPIRED OUR SIGNATURE “SRETSIS BENJARONG” PRINT.
FOUNDED IN THAILAND IN 2002, SRETSIS CELEBRATES THE 15TH ANNIVERSARY WITH AN HOMAGE TO THE MAGIC THAILAND HAS TO OFFER. FOR THE FIRST TIME, TRADITIONAL THAI MOTIF IS DEPICTED WITH “SRETSIS BENJARONG*”, FEATURING FOLKLORIC PORTRAYALS, MYTHICAL CREATURES, AND INDIGINEOUS THAI FLOWERS WITH THE EVER PRESENT SRETSIS TWIST. THE WORDING “CITY OF ANGELS” ALONG WITH “BANGKOK” AND “SRETSIS”, WRITTEN IN THAI, IS PRINTED ON SILK VELVET BURNOUT FABRICATION.
STARTING AT THE SCENIC GRAND PALACE, THE HOME OF “THE EMERALD BUDDHA” AND VENTURING TO THE LESSER KNOWN BUT EQUALLY STUNNING WAT RATCHABOPHIT, WE TRACE THE INTRICATE DETAILS AND METICULOUS CRAFTSMANSHIP DECORATING THE TEMPLES.
*BENJARONG, TRADITIONAL THAI PAINTED PORCELAIN, WHICH LITERALLY TRANSLATE TO “FIVE COLORS”, DEPICTING FLORAL OR MYTHICAL MOTIFS USED IN DECORATING MURALS, CERAMICS, OR DECORATIVE TILES.
FALL – WINTER 2017 SRETSIS UNIVERSE PRESS PRESENTATIONRead more
FALL – WINTER 2017 SRETSIS UNIVERSE PRESS PRESENTATION
Sretsis hosts a private presentation for the latest Fall – Winter 2017 collection with a mini-exhibition showcasing key looks from Sretsis Universe.
Fall-Winter 2017 Sretsis Universe Press Presentation
Bangkok City City Gallery
30 June 2017
INTERVIEW WITH MAX SOKOLINSKIRead more
INTERVIEW WITH MAX SOKOLINSKI
Exclusively for Sretsis Fall – Winter 2017 Sretsis Universe Behind the Scenes Campaign Video, artist and song writer Max Sokolinski, composed the song “Stardust”. Discover more about Max and “Stardust” in interview below.
Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
I’ve been playing guitar since the age of 8, and later learned bass and piano. I moved from France to Los Angeles when I was 22, where I started to play in bands and also got more into composing and producing. I now am based in Paris where I compose for brands, short movies, fashion shows. I also produce and compose with other people. Even though I work with all different genres depending the project, I’m naturally drawn to dreamy and emotional music.
When writing the new song “Stardust” what was the thought behind it, and if you can tell us a little bit about your interpretation of the collection and how that led to creating this track?
Synesthesia are really present when I create music…There is a strong relationship between vision and sounds. When I composed the song “Stardust” I wanted the song to embody the collection: Dreamy, airy and elegant…Those adjective can apply to music as well as fabrics and designs and will be translated in terms of sounds, tempo, chord progression and arrangements…that’s the beauty of composing!
What can we look out for next from you?
I’ll be releasing my solo album “Before the Rain Stops” in the next months. Recently I had fun making this video for one of the songs that I wanted to be cheeky and off beat. I also made the soundtrack of two short movies: “Pia” by Jeanne Bournaud and “Le Français Sans Peine” by Simon Birman that will be released soon.