Siam Paragon and Siam Center in collaboration with Numero Thailand recently invited VIP guests to experience fashion and jewellery in an “Audacious Afternoon” that celebrated Mother’s Day.
The exclusive high tea brought guests to enjoy a fashion show by six top Thai designers and precious ornaments from six leading brands.
Mayuree Chaipromprasith, senior executive vice president of Siam Piwat, noted that the event was part of both shopping centres’ commitment to delivering innovative and cutting-edge experiences.
Many celebrities joined the event and the fashion shows of the latest clothes and accessories including Suleerat and Petchpailin Leenutaphong, Suree Ratanahiranya, Krongkran Chamanan, Kleddao and Pimdao Panichsamai, MR Chantaraladda Yugala Ubondejpracharak, Raviwan Tanaka, while Jidapa and her daughter Jeda Na Lamliang joined the fashion show.
Brands paired up to showcase their fashions and ornaments during the three-day event. Rotsaniyom White Label joined with Gems Pavilion Jewelry; Senada teamed with Premiera; Tube Gallery mixed and matched with Blue River jewellery brand, while Wonder Anatomie went with DerMond, “Bi Chalai” with Sette Jewelry, and Eight and a Half matched with Trez Jewelry.
Suleerat Leenutaphong, who joined the event with her daughter Pat Petchpailin said that accepting responsibility is as important as behaving in the right way. Pat, who is studying for a PhD. at Mae Fah Luang University, likes to look smart but feel comfortable, favouring lights suit with high heels. Meanwhile, Pat said that her mother has influenced her dressing style, but also gives her the freedom to dress as she likes.
Krongkran Chamanan says she hopes her twin daughters Pichamon and Pimpisa will grow into good and smart adults, adding that even though the twins have different personalities, they like to share bags, shoes, and ornaments.
For her part, Jidapa Na Lamleng said she and daughter Jeda were very close and enjoyed shopping together. With Jeda now grown up, she is happy to share her clothes and jewellery with her daughter.
“She’s now living on campus and while I was worried at the beginning, I also know she must grow up and live her life. I was very strict raising her, wanting to know where she was and what she was doing. The main rule is not coming home later than 10pm,” Jidapa said.