November 5, 2008

Sretsis (Bangkok)

Sisters Pim (designer), Matina (accessories designer), and Kly (business partner) Sukhahuta started their ultrafeminine line in 2002, naming it Sretsis, or "sisters" spelled backward. Their Fall 2008 collection mirrors Martin Margiela's oversized tees and fantasy prints, taking as inspiration mythical beings and animals both real and imaginary, used both as screenprints and jewelry. Non-printed pieces include a caped coatdress with scalloped trim, as well as a plethora of easy-to-wear shorts, shirtdresses, drop-waist dresses, and boxy jackets for the girly-girl about town. Proving you don't have to be based in a traditional fashion capital to, well, earn fashion capital, the Bangkok-based line is sold in three stand-alone stores in Bangkok as well as Intermix and Albertine in New York.

Via Elle

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