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Marni gives playful, vivid boost to shopping at Bangkok pop-up store

Published August 20, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Marni gives playful, vivid boost to shopping at Bangkok pop-up store

Aug 19. 2019
By Kupluthai Pungkanon
The Nation

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Full of imagination, the Italian fashion house Marni has introduced its latest, the Marni Market Bangkok 3rd edition, with more playful and vivid products to make people’s shopping simply fun and cool at its pop-up store in Siam Discovery until the end of this month.

The space brings about the colourful universe of Marni Market, as it displaying its famous geometric pattern, with hand-woven squared basket bags in PVC, tote bags with checkered motifs, hammock bags, and crocheted bags in cotton and wool – all as usual in a multitude of colours and sizes, and with the Marni logo in leather on the front.

Entirely designed in Italy and handcrafted in Colombia by a community of artisans that have collaborated with the brand for many years, the products range portrays Marni’s spirit through an original synthesis of design, colour and form. Marni Market has also introduced a series of astronaut-shaped sculptures and colourful bandanas featuring pixelated drawings.

Here original furnishing accessories cohabit with design objects in a space that invites visitors to forget about the rules. Its limited-edition products are effortlessly adapted to different settings that draw inspiration from the brand’s colourful flair.

The interiors feature house sculpture: a series of flower side-tables, stools, rocking chairs, baskets and magazine racks, animal-sculptures and masks in metal frames and colourful PVC. Most products are artisanal, and so may show minor imperfections.


Prima puts on show its ‘masterpiece jewellery’

Published August 19, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Prima puts on show its ‘masterpiece jewellery’

Aug 19. 2019
By The Nation

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Prima Gold International Co Ltd is hosting “The True Meaning of Luxe and Craft” event, showcasing its luxurious jewellery collection as part of the brand’s 27th anniversary celebrations.

Prima has set itself the goal of becoming one of Thailand’s leading jewellery retailers, the maker of 99.9 per cent pure gold jewellery (24 karat gold), diamond jewellery, and 99.9 per cent pure gold craftsmanship.

Ranee “Bella” Campen will take the stage as its first-ever brand presenter to unveil the beauty of the “Queen Cattleya Collection”, what Prima considers its masterpiece jewellery of the year, together with an exquisite fashion show of distinctive jewellery collections.

“The 24 karat gold jewellery pieces are delicately embossed by hand on the surface with special techniques to create unique patterns, mainly inspired by the beauty of nature and flowers,” said Pranee Khunprasert, vice president of Prima Gold International Co Ltd. “Today we mark a new milestone as we celebrate our 27th anniversary this month with our first-ever brand presenter and our 2019 jewellery and art collections. As one of Thailand’s leading fine jewellery retailers, we try our best to respond to the sophisticated lifestyle of consumers as well as offering them a variety of products that cater to their preferences and needs,” she added.

The 27th anniversary celebration, held under the theme “True Meaning of Luxe & Craft”, will display Prima’s craftsmanship and luxury. Guests can stroll through a mini exhibition showcasing Prima’s heritage, Thai craftsmanship demonstrating 24 karat gold embossing techniques and even try on the 2019 gold and diamond jewellery collections.

The fashion show features a total of nine masterpiece sets for 2019, both 24 karat gold (five sets) and diamond collections (four sets) while telling the story behind the inspirations through digital screens. The models are graciously dressed in Poem designed by the renowned Thai designer, Chawanon ‘Sean’ Kaisiri.

Guests can also enjoy live music by the Fivera, the first and only pop opera band in Thailand. The exhibition area showcases eight jewellery sets; four sets of 24 karat gold and four sets of diamonds.

The masterpiece collection of 2019 named ‘Queen Cattleya Collection’ is inspired by Cattleya, also known as the Queen of Orchids – the biggest orchid with vibrant colours.

The setting is made of 99.9 per cent pure gold (24 karat) engraved by hand and decorated with nearly 1,600 diamonds and rubies with a total weight of 31.793 carats. The necklace, earrings, bracelet and ring in the collection are worth over Bt2 million. This masterpiece reflects the beauty of modern, confident and successful women. The collections are available at Prima shops. For more information, visitwww.primagold.co.th

Prints to make you smile

Published August 17, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Prints to make you smile

Aug 16. 2019
By The Nation

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Thai fashion brand Jaspal sets out to bring smiles to fashionistas’ faces through its collaboration with British designer Orla Kiely, and recently launched the new “Jaspal x Orla Kiely” collection at its Siam Paragon store with Kiely flying in from the UK to attend.

Based on the concept “Happy prints that make you smile,” the collection features the glamorous prints and patterns that make her work so popular. Indeed, her prints have become iconic and recognizable on a global scale and she recently reinforced that reputation with a successful exhibition at London’s Fashion and Textile Museum.

The collection combines elements of 1960s fashion and Jaspal’s DNA. The Lola print is the highlight, depicting a cartoon character of a vibrant girl wearing glasses designed with the Thai fashionista in mind.

The combination of designs have incorporated the unique strengths of the two brands seamlessly: 1960s vintage mixed with chic modernity. It also addresses the need for femininity and a perfect summer wardrobe.

The line includes clothes for women, accessories, handbags, shoes, and hats as well as umbrellas, glasses, pillows, notebooks and bean bags.

To draw the young generation, the store is showcasing a range of AR-related activities depicting beautiful flower print patterns and also offering thirsty teens shopping this month the chance to relax at its Pop-Up cafe.

“Jaspal has been a fashion manufacturer and distributor in Thailand for more than 47 years. Our commitment is to build brand value and become prominent in the Thai fashion industry,” said Viseth Singhsachathet. “We are proud to be the first Thai brand to collaborate with Orla and firmly believe that this collection will take Thailand’s fashion industry to the international level.”

London designed Hmong fashion to mark the Queen Mother’s birthday

Published August 15, 2019 by SoClaimon

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London designed Hmong fashion to mark the Queen Mother’s birthday

Aug 15. 2019
By The Nation

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Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, the Queen Mother of Thailand, has long believed that if you are to truly help people mired in poverty, you must enable them to develop practical skills to improve their lives in a sustainable way.

This belief led Her Majesty to initiate the SUPPORT Foundation in 1976 and this royal project under Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s patronage seeks to preserve and perpetuate indigenous arts and crafts. Now, thanks to the beautiful and imaginative crafts of these trained artisans, British firm Eponine London is enjoying both fame and fortune.

“It is with great pride that we are launching the ‘Artisan’ dress. This dress has been inspired by the artisans we met in Chiang Mai province, by the textiles displayed in the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles, and by the crafts we admired at the Bangkok Style Fair 2019, an invitation to which was generously extended to Eponine London by the Thai Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP). With a keen eye for textiles, Her Majesty the Queen Mother noticed their great beauty and bought them for her private collection. The Artisan dress is made entirely from small pieces of exquisitely hand-embroidered fabrics sourced from rural communities in the north of Thailand. Hence every dress is absolutely unique,” said Jet Shenkman, creative director of the British bespoke brand, which she founded in 2010.

The London-based brand has become famous for its signature style, which blends elegant silhouettes of the ’50’s and ’60’s with an eye-catching combination of colours. The latest collection of Eponine London features carefully crafted Hmong cotton fabric sourced from Thailand, and thanks to the colour combinations, quality workmanship and textures, each dress is unique.

As a tribute to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, the Queen Mother on the occasion of her 87th Birthday Anniversary, the Artisan dress will be launched on August 12 via the website www.EponineLondon.com.The full proceeds of the first dress ordered, and 10 per cent of all subsequent orders, will be donated to the SUPPORT Foundation.

Jet Shenkman, creative director

Jet Shenkman, creative director

‘Moo’ goes the easy look

Published August 15, 2019 by SoClaimon

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‘Moo’ goes the easy look

Aug 15. 2019
By Kupluthai Pungkanon
The Nation

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Renowned designer and founder of the fashion brand, Asava, Polpat “Moo” Asavaprapha is celebrating the label’s 11th anniversary with the launch of Moo, his first menswear and lifestyle brand, which not only takes his nickname but also features an illustration of his portrait as its logo.

The brand recently made its debut through a pop-up store on the 2nd floor of CentralWorld’s Eden Zone.

“Asava is all about glamour and ASV is all about fun. Moo is another side of me that is not the formal and elegant side people always see. It’s more casual with a distinctive and fun style that reflects my love for designing casual menswear for the urban man.

Polpat “Moo” Asavaprapha

Polpat “Moo” Asavaprapha

The pieces are simple but have interesting details and vintage touches. This collection is influenced by American vintage style and workwear designs and focuses on functionality and practicality. The pieces are classic but filled with unique touches that represent my personal taste and style. They are cool and casual, as every gentlemen should be.

“Moo will also collaborate on projects with other leading Thai brands, starting with McJeans. Our aim is to make everyday items more fun with Moo designs, creating lifestyle items that are practical in real life,” he says, adding that while the world “moo”, means “pig” in Thai, doubling it – “moo moo” – means easy. “The brand is “the story of Moo Moo. I want dressing up to be easy for everyone,” the designer laughs.

Five cool looks are introduced. “Stripe of stripe” is a stylish mix and match of a light striped sweater or t-shirt worn with striped shorts. The “American Sweatshirt” becomes sporty thanks to a rounded collar and long sleeves and is matched with casual trousers. “Vintage Preppy” speaks for itself while “New York College Student” boasts hoodies matched with trousers in the same colour. The last look, “Urban Casual Workwear”, is the designer’s favourite and sees a refined suit or jacket matched with a plain t-shirt and jeans.

Several actors and actresses, celebrities and artists turned out for the launch, among them Pachara Chirathivat, Taron Liptapanlop, Padueng Songsang (Jazz Chuanchuen), MR Suthipanee Yugala, Changnoi Kunchorn Na Ayudhya, Pornthep Whanpatae, Jarujit-Pimlert-Satee Baiyoke, Sarin Bangyeekan, Orawan Inkasit, Chulaluck Piyasombatkul, Noppadol Baholyodhin, Intira Thanavisuth, Joe Chung and Napamanee Krairiksh.

Queen Mother credited for triumph of Thai silk

Published August 12, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Queen Mother credited for triumph of Thai silk

Aug 11. 2019
By Kupluthai Pungkanon
The Nation

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Fashion designer Ek Thongpraset ably demonstrated the enduring vision of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, the Queen Mother, in preserving and promoting traditional Thai silk in a spectacular show of gorgeous apparel at Bangkok’s Iconsiam last week.

The three catwalk shows Ek presented were part of the “Thai Treasures” exhibition mounted in a birthday tribute to the Queen Mother by the Culture Ministry, Thai Rice Foundation under royal patronage and rice brand Tra Chat.

Professional models wore eight traditional costumes, eight outfits representing the four regions and 16 contemporary ensembles, all featuring high-quality silk and exquisite patterns full of sumptuous lines and geometric shapes.

Accentuating the glitz and glamour were jewellery accessories from Beauty Gems Ltd.

Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam, who officially opened the exhibition continuing through Monday (August 12), stayed for the fashion shows.

Others in attendance included Culture Minister Itthiphol Kunplome, Kitsayapong Siri, Pasinee Limatibul and Sumeth Laomoraphorn, Kleddao Panichsamai, MR Chantraladda Yukol, Prakarn Raiva, Natakorn-Natprapa Choonhavan, Pattamawadee Senanarong, Praewpreya Jumsai na Ayudhya, Jarospan Svasti Na Ayudhya and Pimdao Panichsamai.

On display in the exhibition is the costume dubbed “Sivalai Thai”, made in Lamphun by Japanese architect Kenko Kuma over the course of five months and at a cost topping Bt500,000.

Kuma is famous for his ability to incorporate natural components into cultural treasures, and he used natural materials compatible with the Thai way of life in a stage design for “Sivalai Thai” featuring rice terraces.

“Thai silk and handicraft are well known overseas,” Itthiphol noted. “Through her overseas trips, the Queen Mother was instrumental in promoting their recognition. She managed to make the process of silk production sustainable from start to finish and to generate more income for the craftspeople.

“In recognition of her contribution, the ministry invites people to wear Thai silk clothing.”

Tra Chat has numerous types of rice on view and on sale in cooperation with the Department of Rice, including Jasmine Rice 105, Kor Kaw 43, Brown, Na Prung, Pathum Thani, Kam Payao (black sticky rice), Puen Kama and Sangyod.

Five silk-producing communities – Baan Krua Nua Bangkok, Khuntham Wat Somsri Baan Siew Noi Chaiyaphum, Thor Pha Mai Baan Kon Kha Khon Kaen, Huaysai Suksawad Lamphun and Baan Tha Krajai Surat Thani – are presenting demonstrations.

An exhibition on the life and times of the Queen Mother occupies the mall’s Ratchada Hall.

Other activities include a demonstration of how Thai silk was traditionally stored, a talk by Benja Paki Fabric, a demonstration of Zin Bua embroidery techniques, and celebrity chefs cooking with Tra Chat rice.

Wissanu Krea-ngam (center), Deputy Prime Minister recently presided over the “Thai Treasures Exhibition”. Joining the event were Itthiphol Kunplome (3rd from right),Kitsayapong Siri (2nd from right), Pasinee Limatibul (3rd from left) and Sumeth  Laomoraphorn (2nd  from left)

Wissanu Krea-ngam (center), Deputy Prime Minister recently presided over the “Thai Treasures Exhibition”. Joining the event were Itthiphol Kunplome (3rd from right),Kitsayapong Siri (2nd from right), Pasinee Limatibul (3rd from left) and Sumeth Laomoraphorn (2nd from left)

Ek Thongprasert

Ek Thongprasert

A strawberry for the wrist

Published August 8, 2019 by SoClaimon

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A strawberry for the wrist

Aug 08. 2019
By Kupluthai Pungkanon
The Nation

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It’s strawberry season in Bangkok, at least according to Italian fashion house Gucci, which recently introduced its latest timepieces featuring the fruit of life, the strawberry, along with jewellery novelties to the Siam Paragon Watch Expo, which continues at the high-end shopping mall until the end of this month.

The Pop Up store uses dusty blue blocks of colour as the backdrop to the latest watches and jewellery, enabling their beauty and stories to shine.

The playful new 38mm G-Timeless Contemporary watch boasts a combination of the House’s monogram motif and the Gucci Strawberry print – a new fruit of the season-inspired symbol of the Pre-Fall 2019 collection.

Created in a yellow gold PVD case, a bitten strawberry with the word Gucci in blue is presented at the centre of the dial, crafted from the House’s GG Supreme canvas. The monogram motif is reimagined every season with a contemporary twist. The strap in GG supreme canvas is printed with the colorful graphic motif in pink and red. The watch features sapphire crystal with antireflective coating and is water resistant to 50 metres.

Two quartz timepieces join Gucci’s G-Timeless line. The watches capitalise on the house’s leather expertise with distinctive white calfskin straps. The dials of both feature the emblematic Gucci Web in the green-red-green striped colourway, and are embroidered with a large Gucci bee motif in metallic gold thread. The design is finished with a yellow gold PVD case. The sapphire crystal glass is protected by an anti-reflective coating.

Gucci has adding two new quartz timepieces to its G-Timeless contemporary line. Both show a high level of attention to detail and reflect the House’s flair for creating continuity between the dial and strap. They are also the first ever Gucci watches to feature a new and revolutionary technique: the printed mesh. Inspired by Gucci’s unique Kingsnake motif, the 38mm variant showcases a steel case, a mesh-pattern dial showing a printed snake head, and a steel mesh bracelet with a printed snake body.

In the jewellery line, Gucci’s new G Cube Silver consists of genderless designs that combine classic style with contemporary attitude. The intricate arabesque pattern engraved on the surface of the cube-shaped G logo is the main feature of the new collection, which encompasses a variety of styles and functions to suit different personalities. Two necklaces, two rings of different widths, an open cuff bangle, and a pair of cuff links are crafted from hand-polished sterling silver with aged finishing.

Injecting a touch of colour into the line, several designs feature tiny cubes set with white or colored gemstones, as well as the garden pattern. These modern pieces include two cross pendant necklaces, one long sautoir-style necklace, two pendant necklaces, and two bracelets with a simple G Cube embellishment. The chains of the necklaces and bracelets are engraved, adding extra texture and depth to these creations.

Stella McCartney’s Yellow Submarine tribute range surfaces at EmQuartier

Published August 6, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Stella McCartney’s Yellow Submarine tribute range surfaces at EmQuartier

Aug 05. 2019
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Stella McCartney has paid tribute to The Beatles’ “Yellow Submarine” film with a fashion collection featuring scenes, motifs and graphics from the animated musical fantasy across the “All Together Now” womenswear line.

Digitally remastered for its 50th anniversary last year, the film is a psychedelic adventure through a colourful world that brings people together with love and music, sending a message of togetherness that is as important in today’s political climate as it was when it was originally released.

McCartney is the daughter of Sir Paul McCartney, one of the main creative forces in the 1960s British band.

Creative director and founder McCartney’s personal connection to the film’s legacy inspired her to celebrate this message of love and music through the collection and its upcoming campaign, spreading this statement of unity to a modern audience and encouraging them to be agents for change.

Of the collection, she says: “I recently went to a screening with family and friends for the digital relaunch of ‘Yellow Submarine’. I hadn’t seen it since I was young, and honestly it blew my mind.

“It affected me in a way I just wasn’t expecting. Especially this idea of connecting people and bringing people together – politically this message has never been more relevant. So, I came out and I was like ‘I have to do something’.”

Standout knitwear and jersey pieces for women, men and children are embroidered with the phrase “All Together Now” in multiple languages – a scene taken from the film. This message of togetherness appears again as “All you need is love”, and “love, love, love’ motifs punctuate outerwear and shirts.

For women, the “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” scene is reimagined as a painterly, patchworked dancer jacquard on dresses, with a washed finish and flowing silhouettes feeling effortlessly feminine.

A dramatic Fur-Free-Fur jacquard coat depicts The Beatles in their marching band uniforms, while a limited-edition monogram with mini yellow submarine motifs features on the Alter-Nappa Eclypse and Falabella.

Staying true to Stella McCartney’s commitment, sustainability is reflected across all three categories of the “All Together Now” collection, with the message behind the collection encouraging a collective effort to save the planet. Sustainable materials in the collections include: organic cotton jersey and denim, regenerated cashmere, Econyl recycled nylon and sustainable viscose, with the introduction of a new 100 per cent recycled cotton Breton.

Fashion fans can see the “All Together Now” collection from Stella McCartney at a pop-up store on M Floor at The EmQuartier until August 16.

Uniqlo warms up fashion lovers with practical designs

Published August 2, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Uniqlo warms up fashion lovers with practical designs

Jul 31. 2019
By Kupluthai Pungkanon
The Nation

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Uniqlo, the biggest Japanese fashion brand, has retained a feel of lightness and simplicity in its Fall and Winter 2019 collection while bringing more warmth to the items that are presented in three ranges: the outdoors, work and craft, and art and design.

Khemjira Tesprateep, the company’s marketing and public relations director, says the seasonal theme “focuses on structure and comfortable silhouette with a minimalist style.” The collection was launched at a fashion show featuring actors Pachara “Pete” Chirathivat and Thanapob “Tor” Leeluttanakajorn, and Poem’s designer, Chavanol Kaisiri, gave a special talk on design.

“The outdoors inspiration lets us escape from the hectic pace of city life. With scenic nature in mind, Uniqlo’s new designs aim to incorporate functional technology known as hybrid down into this collection,” she says. “We use cotton mixed with down made of feather for better movement but enabling the garments to stay in good shape. It is a kind of wardrobe essential suitable for all type of lifestyles. Natural fabrics can be worn for layering with lightness and breathable materials.”

The colours are pastel green, blue, red, mustard yellow and purple with the key item of the season. “The work and craft range revisits the iconic outerwear and casual basics comprising jeans and chinos, sweatshirts, corduroy bottoms, jumpers with hoods, and cashmere. The concept here is to understand and rediscover workwear in order to seamlessly transition from work to play in comfort and style,” Khemjira says.

“The art and design collection features a modern minimal style that can be dressed up or down with a focus on cashmere and EZY ankle pants. Its inspiration is found in architecture and furniture and industrial designs. Extra fine merino wool and premium lambswool have been upgraded and made more fashionable.

“The inspiration derives from the Nordic style. The loose-fit design trend is back and we’ll soon launch our Fall and Winter 2019 collaboration collection, a process that will feature iconic names like Hana Tajima, Ines de la Fressange and more.”

Hi-tech glasses to fit ageing sore eyes

Published July 25, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Hi-tech glasses to fit ageing sore eyes

Jul 25. 2019
By The Nation

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Many people have difficulty focusing their eyes on nearby objects as they reach beyond age 35 or 40. The need to use a “progressive” lens simply increases with age.

Leading eyeglass centre Isoptik has partnered with Rodenstock, a manufacturer of eyeglass lenses and a specialist in the development of optical lenses from Germany, to recently launch the “Ultra X Progressive” lens.

Using cutting-edge technology and innovation, the new lens combines draws on elaborate techniques to make a very good fit. It has been designed to make the adjustment to the new lens a user-friendly experience, and is designed to be suitable for every type of activity – all in one pair.

The lens provides sharp and realistic images while viewing computer screens, tablets, mobile phones, as well as for reading books, driving and playing sports for several consecutive hours.

Available exclusively at the Isoptik Eyeglasses Centre, the lenses provide progressive power and infinitely variable sharp vision at all distances. The centre will individualise design of the glasses for each customer in order to provide the highest quality of vision.

The correct glasses are a worthwhile investment, as they can immediately increase the brain’s efficiency and allow people to live life to the fullest.

Somboon Numtipjuntacharern, director of Isoptik Eyeglasses Centre, said they have extensive expertise and are committed to creating glasses are suitable for the behaviour of each customer’s eyesight. “Our ability to see will decrease as we advance in age. When using the brain to force the eyes to see harder, this inevitably reduces the performance of the brain and makes you feel tired easily. This is especially true for those who are around 40 years old and are starting to have problems looking at near objects, forcing them to stare intently and extend the distance of the object,” he said.

Current progressive lens technology can assist people over the age of 40, but it still has its limitations, such as distorting side images and causing great discomfort when turning the head, he said. Focusing on the image is also slow, uncomfortable, and does not feel natural, causing difficulties in gauging distances. The visual quality is low, resulting in the need to focus all the time, therefore causing further problems.

At the launch event for the glasses, Professor Arwut Srisukhri described the importance of having glasses that comfortably fit the eyes. “Currently, I am 89 years old, and previously had to have several glasses. However, when I bought my first Isoptik eyeglass, I could immediately feel the difference compared to using my previous eyeglasses. I could see clearly in both eyes and my side vision was also very clear just like a normal eye without glasses. Now my eyes work very well, I feel it can take me back half of my age.”

Chutinan Bhirombhakdi, the executive vice president of Boon Rawd Brewery Ltd, noted he is “quite active in work, sports, bike riding, and swimming. When choosing eyeglasses, they must be able to fulfill all of my requirements. I used to get glasses in both Thailand and foreign countries, but could not find the ideal eyeglass. Fortunately, I found Isoptik and I have been using just this pair of glasses for last 10 years already.”

The talk ended with Dr Amnuay Santiwipanon, a specialty dentist in oral and maxillofacial surgery at Yanhee Hospital. His daily work requires safety and using his eyes as he looks through a wide range of distances. “Five years ago, my eyes were becoming far-sighted, and I had to constantly remove and put on my glasses, as my work requires me to use my eyes operating on the dentist chair and in the operating room. Therefore, it made work very difficult. Isoptik eyeglasses gave me better vision, with no headaches or further eye pain in my work. My work efficiency has improved.”

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