Bangkok International Fashion Fair 2011

Right after Songkran festival (New year in Thailand), we’re back to take same frenzy rhythm, commencing by the Fashion Fair in Impact Exhibition center. 
This year we have a small stand in the Lingerie Pavilion. Though the size of the fair is much more modest than those in Paris, Shanghai and Hong Kong, the atmosphere is much better. It seems textile sector has picked up quite fast after the crisis.
Sabai sabai Thailand!
I have this snapshot during coffee break thanks to my co-designer, Sarinna.
I am wearing a CK Calvin Klein dress with interesting folds and cuts (but it Black so the photo can’t do it justice) 
One of my best buy this month is the seastar brooch from Keneth Jay Lane. It looks gorgeous on all my LBD. And, I found a pair of earrings with one seastar, one seahorse by Tiara (Thai crystal jewelry brand)! Bingo!

The most important woman in my work: our chief pattern maker!!!

Finished backstage! Here comes the Lingerie Show!!!

Our stand

Global trends with colors and fabric

There are also leather products, accessories and material suppliers

Young designers showcase

Intimatewear is shown at the mini stage

There were lots of fancy lingerie shown, of course, otherwise, it wouldn’t be so crowded at the mini stage. For us, we joined the group of brands that represent comfort and elegance.

 Here are some other beautiful things at the fair

Gold fish sculpture

This restaurant serves delicious Thai buffet

more golden things in the restaurant, Thai people love gold decoration, just like their temples

Royal project features Vivien Westwoods creations

impressive light paneau

The thing I look forward the most in every fashion fair is to discover innovative fabric and interesting accessories. I normally don’t have enough time to dig into all their new collections (even they’re out of my price range:))) but this time I did!!!! Houraayyyy!!!!!

I am in happy mood, I wish you all feel my vibes.
Big kisses xxx
Hang

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