Honestly ... I do not, is the first time I saw a design on, or just heard about, but one must always be open to new ideas.
But in my infinite search for the best fashion shows and designers, I found in Harper `s Bazaar, something called:
"The best of fashion week, among them, hidden in Carolina Herrera and Donna Karan, showed his best collection, Thakoon.
"It's not just the cool girls who appreciate and wear Thakoon Panichgul's wares. It's smart girls. His clothes navigate that had hard-to-balance line between intellectual and wearable. His tricks, like blossomed-out pleats and bondage-like tightness played against swells of fabric, support his ideas of "design." But like we said, it's all still wearable — and that's the most important."
(Review from Harper`s Bazar.com)
I think the most prominent in their designs were selected prints, creating cocktail dresses and spiritual aquatic forms, recalling the ports of Thailand. Is not that description sound too farfetched it?
Others dress in soft colors with easy draping, are the most casual of the parade.
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