The recently opened Hublot Boutique on Central Embassy’s ground level showcases the brand’s latest novelties amid modern interior design, creating a warm and intimate atmosphere for customers to immerse themselves in an “Art of Fusion” concept.
Although perceived as a predominantly masculine brand, Montblanc is not overlooking the recent increased interest in the beauty of fine watchmaking among women and has, this year, introduced the feminine Boheme collection.
Montblanc, which has long-been synonymous with pricey pens, has also made a name for its “time writers” or chronographs, with two new models attesting to the brand’s knack for crafting mechanical movements.
Since surviving a near-fatal car accident earlier this year, Russian-Belgian violinist Tatiana Samouil describes herself as a walking miracle.
For Israeli stage artists Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor, there’s no longer a separation between life and art. They have been partners in life for 13 years and the works they have created together since 2004 are, according to a recent interview with Life, “their babies”.
Since the moment director Napak Tricharoendej chose Jean Genet’s The Maids to study in her university acting class, she has been fascinated by the play’s humour and dimensions and how the dysfunctional characters did not seem to drive the story on.
John Lasseter wears a Hawaiian shirt with Big Hero 6 prints. The characters — a Japanese boy and a white, pneumatic robot called Baymax — were fashioned in the style of Japanese anime.
The paintings on the ground floor of Bridge Art Space at Charoen Krung are ostensibly feminine, but "Monologue" is an all-woman art show that wasn't intended. The assumption that art is feminine because it is made by female artists — Elissa Ecker, Melanie Gritzka del Villar and Aranya Khunchawattichai — comes naturally by extension.
The importance of children playing sports cannot be emphasised enough, especially with today's urban kids leading such inactive lifestyles — sitting for hours in traffic jams, spending weekends with tutors in classrooms and using smartphones in their spare time. Inactive children will inevitably grow up to be inactive adults, and we all know the health problems that can then ensue.
The Jam Factory Gallery presents "Tàmçois", the first solo exhibition by Thaweesak "Loley" Sritongdee in two years. Like the exhibition title suggests (Tamsua is a kind of Thai papaya salad influenced by Lao papaya salad which mixes a variety of ingredients from rice noodles, pickle and bean sprouts), Loley presents in this set of works various thoughts about being human, from love to sex, desire and death.
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