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HRH Princess Sirivannavar marks 15th anniversary at Paris fashion Week

Inspired by the iconic elongated silhouettes of the 1940s, this new collection was presented during the Paris Fashion Week at the iconic Ritz Paris. SIRIVANNAVARI captures brand's essence in the new fall23 collection featuring feminine but edgy silhouette, prints on Thai silk, artisanal techniques and distinctive craftsmanship of Royal Thailand's aesthetics.

FW23 by SIRIVANNAVARI. All images courtesy of SIRIVANNAVARI.

Following the footstep of her grandmother, Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, The Queen Mother who has dedicated her royal patronage to preserve Thai silk and Thai traditional hand-woven textiles, and to secure the future of Thai weaving villages across the nation, also by having Parisian couturiers use Thai silk when creating her couture outfits, HRH Princess Sirivannavari is determined to continue and develop Her Majesty’s work as well as pursuing her own dreams in the art fields.

Lace cutout corset and wool cape coat and silk flared pants. See all new Autumn/Winter 2023-2024 collection on SIRIVANNAVARI.

A collection of contrasts mixing very feminine fabrics such as delicate silk, intricate lace and transparent embroidered chiffon with heavy wool or leather, mainly proposed in black and white with some touches of beige. The main exclusive print of the collection, was imagined as a patchwork or collage, using artworks created by the designer. To reflect the adventurous spirit of female aviators, the SIRIVANNAVARI signature jacket, is reproportioned into a sleek shape either short or mid-length with squared shoulder.

HRH Princess Sirivannavari a royal with sophisticated sense for fashion and creativity

After receiving her Bachelor’s degree of Fine and Applied Arts from the Department of Creative Arts at the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok in 2008, HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya subsequently pursued her postgraduate studies at L’ Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne (IFM) in Paris, France, where she graduated with a master in design.

Having developed an early interest in fashion and in Thai textiles from her grandmother, Queen Sirikit, HRH Princess Sirivannavari began her career in fashion by securing internships with some of the world’s most influential luxury houses, including Christian Dior, Giorgio Armani, Salvatore Ferragamo, Balmain, and Bulgari. Her support of the Thai Silk industry forms the foundation of her interest in fashion, and she often uses Thai silk in her creations.

After working with Western designers, she decided to explore also other Asian fashion, and studied ‘Kimono Printing and Applied Art’ at Kinsai Yusen in Kyoto, Japan.

Alongside running her fashion company, her royal duties, social and humanitarian work, she is also known for her exceptional talents in sports and music.

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