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Pretty in pink – fuschia pink that is

Oct 30. 2019
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By The Nation

Moving away from her traditional Siam Paragon venue, Her Royal Highness Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya took over the ballroom of the Park Hyatt Bangkok last Saturday evening to introduce her Sirivannavari Autumn/Winter in a blaze of fuchsia.

To a backdrop of a sunny day in the French Alpine ski resort of Courchevel, models took to the catwalk to show off warm winter wear such as capes, coats and a Napoleonic jacket all with pops of fuchsia pink, the main colour of the collection, along with a full range of fashion products such as leather clothing, accessories and jewellery for the ladies and smart togs for guys by S’HOMME.

The new collection consists of a total of 34 items, divided into 27 looks for women and seven for men.

The Princess says that she wants to give freedom to young women to show their own style and have fun mixing and matching separates to come up with a look that is both elegant and romantic. The warm shirts look inviting with a feminine/masculine structure and come in shades of white, snow, grey, black, baby blue and, of course, that lively fuchsia pink.

“Actually, it is my style of dressing while I’m abroad. Although Thailand is not very cold, these days a lot of Thais travel abroad during the cold season. I thought it was time for Sirivannsvari to design an Autumn/Winter collection so that Thais could see how to style winter clothing and wearing winter clothes made by Thais,” the Princess explains. 

“For this collection, I chose to use the silhouette and characteristics of the brand and combined that with winter materials such as tweed, Italian cashmere, metallic cashmere, wool fabric, suede and feathers expressed as a modern winter lifestyle. For the Napoleonic jacket, the silhouette is asymmetrical silhouette while the cape and overcoat are made from cashmere and look perfect with ankle boots and new wedge pumps. "

The collections for both men and women are now available at the Sirivannavari boutique on the first floor of Siam Paragon.

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