Celebration of British Icons at Siam Paragon this Weekend
Held to promote cordial relations between Thailand and the United Kingdom and to celebrate the forthcoming birth of a new heir to the British throne, the “Siam Paragon Celebrations of British Icons” features the history of the House of Windsor and icons from British fashion, art and motoring. On display are portraits of the British and Thai monarchies, quintessential British hats and fascinators by world-renowned milliner Philip Treacy, the history of the trench coat from Burberry, a famous luxury English brand, paintings by famed painter Andrew Stahl, profiles of Thai UK alumni and their great achievements, as well as the history of RollsRoyce, a world-class car maker.
Venue: M floor at Siam Paragon in Bangkok
Dates: Until Sunday 22 July 2013, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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Celebration of British Icons at Siam Paragon this Weekend…Held to promote cordial relations between Thailand and England
British… or English???
Good point. No wonder the Scots want out 🙂