On 20 March 2017, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag attended the “Lala Love FashionShow” which is one program of the Tokyo Fashion Week at Shibuya Hikarie Hall B. This fashionshow presented the local “Pha Khao Ma” through international dress which was designed by Ms. Linda Charoenlab, Thai famous designer.
On 20 March 2017, ...
On 19 August 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag co-hosted the FashionShow and Exhibition “Thai Textile: A Touch of Thai in Tokyo” at Tokyo National Museum. The event was presided over by H.E. Ittiphol Kumplome, Minister of Culture of Thailand,
On 19 August 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag co-hosted the FashionShow ...
FashionShow Clip by the Japan Times
... crafts' sake (although the preservation of dying techniques is part of it) but more because Queen Sirikit has been instrumental showing those handicrafts continue to have a real market value.
Indeed, Her Majesty is SUPPORT's best customer, using handicraft ... ... been personally popularized by Her Majesty who has agion revitalized dying crafts by exemplifying how they can serve today's fashions. Most striking is the case of yan lipao vine weaving, an old craft from southern Thailand. Various durable household ...
..., Secretary-General of ASEAN-Japan Centre and special guests presented at the opening ceremony.
The activities included not only 70 booths ranging from food, products, tourism and culture promotion but also stage performance such as national costume fashionshow, traditional dance, and live concert. Thailand presented Thai boxing from Hamakko Muaythai Gym and Thai traditional music by the Royal Thai Embassy Ensemble.