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Fashion Worlds Collide: Creative Crossing Exhibition at Siam Center in Bangkok

19.03.2015

 

 

Siam Center brought two fashion worlds together when “Creative Crossing” was launched at Idea Avenue on the iconic shopping mall’s ground floor.


The exhibition, which runs until March 22nd, is presented with the aid of the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce, Thailand, and the Ministry of Industry, Japan.

Strong characteristics of Thai and Japanese fashion design are displayed by prominent and young-blood designers, along with masterpieces of textile design that reflect the identity of both nations.

 

Duang Poshyanonda

 

 

 

Polpat Asavaprapha, designer of Asava

 

 

Two fashion worlds collide for the first time in Thailand to provide a fresh view of Thai and Japanese design.  Japan, one of the top fashion capitals, is widely recognized for its distinctive and creative street style.  Several locations, such as Harajuku, Oyama, Omote Sando and Dover Street, are hailed as the leading fashion destinations.  Thailand, spearheaded by Bangkok Fashion Society, also presents renowned brands especially for this occasion.  In the exhibition at Siam Center, fashionistas can get updates on the latest trends from over 40 prominent Thai and Japanese brands.

 

 

Thai fashion labels include Asava, Issue, Kloset, Milin, Tutti, Painkiller, Senada, Bluecorner, Khaki Bros, Amata, Pixie Dust and Rob, while Japanese fashion labels include Dr.Franken, Teatora, In-Process By Hall Ohara, Lmarck, Ichimi, migh-T by Kumiko Watari, Rulezpeeps, Roggikei, Setsuna, Fugahum, Sasquatchfabrix and Phateewear.

 

 

Daisukae Kamidae, designer of Teatora

 

Siri-onn Thienkaprasith, designer of Painkiller

 

Daisuekae Yakoyama of Sasquatchfabrix

 

Hitochi Koroki and Kaeko Miyakochi, two designers of Roggykei

 

Polpat Asavaprapha and Duang Poshyanonda

 

Another must-see part of the exhibition showcases masterpieces of Thai and Japanese textile design that reflect national identities and dressing cultures.  It is presented by Bangkok Weaving Mills Limited, Thai Num Choke Textile Co.,Ltd, United Textile Mills Co., Ltd, United Textile Mills Co., Ltd and Takimoto Shokufu.

 


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