ELLE Fashion Wk 2006-Part V

Continued from ELLE Fashion Week-Part IV


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HEADQUARTER for Ford Focus, November 4, 2006, 20.00 – It’s a winter collection, mix and match in the form of Deconstruction, which used uniform in a different way. There are three designers; Sutchai would stress more toward weekend wear giving the feeling of Hawaii. Mai would stress more on military style. Chai would stress more toward the Green House Effect.

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27 FRIDAY, November 5, 2006, 14.00 – By Chanachai Jareeyathana, his collection stressed more on feminine, mix and match. This collection was called Sparkling Sahara, inspired by the desert, which turn golden when hit by sun light, and the sparkling of the night stars that you can see with your naked eyes at the desert.

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ALISA B., November 5, 2006, 16.00 – by Doungpon Bounyaginda, her work stressed more on feminine, sexy, and self-confident. Each outfit was unique in its own way.

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NAGARA, November 5, 2006 ,18.00 – by Nakorn Somphantharak, he stressed more toward the Southeast Asian look which he used bold colorful silk fabric for evening wear.

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BOUDOIR, November 5, 2006, 20.00 – Dichya Pragopsontisouk, Started with lingerie, then followed by clothing for women, stressed on Boneing Built. Her collection consisted of jewelry as well.

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A special thanks to Mr. Nattawat (Jade) Chearananta, at, Photographer and writer in Thai language for Event.

1 thought on “ELLE Fashion Wk 2006-Part V”

  1. Hi Nye,
    Nagara’s fashion line is so pretty. Some of these designs remind me of Thai & Lao inspired outfits. And the textile used by Nagara is also very pretty. It looks luxurious yet light and playful too.

    Thanks again for sharing all these pics with us.

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