• Rado
  • Club 21 Scholarship
  • Daily Fiction by Normann Copenhagen
  • Lulu Guiness

Artists in style

lifestyle March 02, 2017 01:00

By The Nation

Rakkit Kuanhawet, Korakot Aromdee, Pongpaskorn Gulthiratham, Parinya Pichetsiriporn, and Thana Sangsorn reflect on the differences between reason and emotion in the Toyota-organised exhibition.



Rakkit Kuanhawet, Korakot Aromdee, Pongpaskorn Gulthiratham, Parinya Pichetsiriporn, and Thana Sangsorn reflect on the differences between reason and emotion in the Toyota-organised exhibition, “Build Up” showing at The Style by Toyota on the |third floor of Siam Square One through|the end of March.

With love from Lulu

British luxury accessory brand, Lulu Guinness introduces its new SS17 collection. Designed in collaboration with Kristjana S Williams, the bags re coated in soft jewel tones of coral, rose and nude pink, alongside inky blues and rich embellishments. And the Rose Lady design that adorns a silk scarf is so eye-catching that it can be displayed as a piece of art as well as an accessory. 

Small is beautiful

Daily Fiction by Normann Copenhagen makes it Bangkok debut today at a launch party hosted by Another Story, the leading lifestyle store on the fourth floor of EmQuartier. With more than 200 exquisite small designs for day-to-day use from |notebooks to gift-wrapping, Daily Fiction |is dubbed a candy shop for grown-ups. |The theme for today’s event is Big Blue |and the party kicks off at 6.

Great opportunities

Applications are now being invited for the fifth Club 21 Scholarship, a merit-based grant of up to Bt250,000 per full year of study, for a maximum of 3 years for bachelor programmes and 2 years for graduate programmes. Established in 2012 in celebration of Club 21’s 40th Anniversary, the scholarship aims to support exceptional talents in the creative, fashion and retail industries and is open to students of all ages and nationality. Find out more at http://th.club21global.com/club…/sustainability_scholarship/ or call (02) 650 9181 extensions 1161-1163

Rado family grows

Rado is adding two very striking new models to its distinctive DiaMaster Grande Seconde family. The range is notable for its asymmetrical dial design, which features two stacked sub-dials, one for hours and minutes and the other for seconds. Updated details make these two new models a beautiful reminder that time is of the essence: Roman numerals have been added, and a sunray pattern in greyish brown or strong blue frames the subdials. The 43 mm case is outfitted with a colour coordinated leather bracelet in either brown or black for an overall look that is at once edgy yet comfortingly familiar. Prices start at Bt101,700 and the new watches are available at leading department stores and retailers nationwide.