Thai fashion brand Poem presents the elegant art installation on the concept of “It’s Snowing Diamonds” featuring Poem couture bejewelled with crystals while natural and organic products brand Panpuri sets up a dashing Christmas tree adorned with 204 pieces of the exquisite peafowl signature glass.
“The Christmas tree is symbolic of happiness. The celebration illustrates love and warm. So, lighting the Christmas tree is the true beginning of the holiday celebration and also the start of the happy and noteworthy moment,” said Vorravit Siripark, founder and chief executive officer of Panpuri.
Montblanc has a Christmas decoration under the concept of “Circus”, inspired by the ambition and imagination of PT Barnum, American showman who founded the circus in the 19th century with his legendary “Greatest Show on Earth”.
Fashion brand Lonely Two-Legged Creature by noted architect Duangrit Bunnag invented an Christmas installation dubbed “The moment of getting together”, inspired by the story of clothes and special drinks he designed for his boutique-cum-cafe to welcome the festive season.
Japanese eyewear brand Owndays presents ab installation that mimics Polaroid frames adorned with various Christmas characters, while 1823 Tea Lounge by Ronnefeldt brings a new meaning to Christmas tree with its Christmas Tea made from its iconic tea tins.
Other renowned brands such as Thann, Maxmara, Eric Kayser, Starbucks and Bric’s are also celebrating Christmas with their own stylish installations all over the Gaysorn Village. Visitors can join “Make a wish” activity and have a chance to win special prizes sponsored by the above 11 of fashion and lifestyle brands.
Shoppers can discover new ideas for heart-warming gifts for loved ones at the Gaysorn Creative Gift Fair on the second floor, where more than 20 shops will showcase their special products.
And with Christmas the time for sharing, visitors can also join “Gaysorn Spirit of Giving”. From now on, every time you come to shop or and dine at the Gaysorn Village, bring along items you no longer want such as shoes, bags, shirts, accessories, sports equipment, electric appliances. These items will be on sale with the money used for 150 education scholarships for the disadvantaged children from Pankan Society project by the Yuvabadhana Foundation.
And don’t leave before tasting the tempting signature dishes from the many food trucks parked outdoors.