Dino comes to town

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First presented on the autumn/winter ’16 men’s catwalk, Paul Smith Dino is now a dedicated capsule collection with a life of its own. Colourful variations of the Paul Smith Dino motif are at the core of the new collection, featuring on organic cotton T-shirts and sweatshirts. Alongside the key jersey pieces, the new collection also includes swim shorts made from fast-drying recycled fabric, formal ties with a playful Dino logo at the bottom, and colourful socks with knitted Dino graphic. Paul Smith Dino footwear adds the Dino graphic to canvas trainers, which are available for men and women in off white and black. 


The Paul Smith Dino pop-up shop remains open until October 17. 

Diamonds are forever


Global diamond jewellery brand Forevermark recently celebrated the two millionth inscription that guarantees the diamond is beautiful, rare and responsibly sourced, before sending off the gem to the Forevermark Design Institute in Milan where it will be fashioned into an exquisite piece of jewellery. The stunning the 3.48 carats Round Brilliant diamond is part of the brand’s Red Carpet Diamond Collection.

A turtle for the wrist


Swiss watch brand, Luminox joined with The Mall’s loyalty M Card in presenting a special edition Sea Turtle timepiece, of which just 900 watches will be sold exclusively in Thailand. Inspired by the shell of the Om-sin turtle, the funds raised from sales of the watch will be used to purchase medical equipment and supplies for the Endangered Marine Species Preservation Centre of Phuket under the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources of Thailand. Priced at Bt12,900. Luminox XS 0321 Sea Turtle Limited Edition watch boasts a 44mm diameter face boasting a picturesque blue sea turtle. The back case is also engraved with another sea turtle and the serial numbers run from 1-900. The watch is made of carbon compound that is both lightweight and sturdy. 

Looking back with love


For her latest collection for Thai fashion brand Nicha, owner and creative designer Nicha Thanalongkorn has been inspired by her grandmother, the founder of Jintana lingerie. The outfits in “Reminiscence” recall the confidence of women of the 1950s, a time when clothing became influential and instrumental tools of femininity. Fashion began to express a desire for women’s liberation. These audacious and free-spirited attitudes are reflected through a striking palette and bold prints meticulously put together. The fashion of the era illustrates a refined poise with pencil skirts and form-fitting contours drawing out women’s magnetic appeal, vibrant hues tastefully enhancing the shades and shadows, and period fabrics softened by flowing silhouettes without losing shape and form. 


Explore the collection today at www.NichaOfficial.com, Facebook: NichaOfficialPage and at the Thai designer zone on the second floor of EmQuartier.

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