All posts tagged "Thakoon Panichgul"
Hey, Chicsters: How Do You Feel About Sharks?
We love sharks. What about vous? A coterie of our favorite chicettes offered their frankest thoughts on the alluringly dangerous creatures. So, where do you stand on the topic of sharks...?
Julianne Moore Parties With DuJour
Earlier this week, DuJour threw a bash for its summer issue at Tommy Bahama's Marlin Bar. The woman of the eve? Flame-tressed cover gal Julianne Moore. (Also popping by: Thakoon Panichgul.) Check out the issue on newsstands through August 26, or online!
Resort 2014: Thakoon Addition
Thakoon Panichgul debuted a sporty resort collection for his fast growing secondary label, Thakoon Addition, yesterday. Sporty style seems to be a theme running through the resort collections this season, non? Panichgul's take on the trend involved boxer shorts, slouchy pants, leather sweatpants, and lo and behold...trenchcoat dickies. Now, there's a version of the dicky we haven't seen yet.
NYFW Fall 2013: Thakoon, Diane von Furstenberg, Jeremy Liang, Trina Turk, Delpozo
Thakoon: If Thakoon Panichgul's fall collection felt awfully light and spring-y, it's because the designer was trying to take the essence of the warmer months and infuse it into fall's wardrobe. Clever! Backstage after the show, Panichgul brought up the Ray Bradbury novel Dandelion Wine, wherein the titular beverage serves as a metaphor for taking all of summer's joys and preserving them for winter. And that explains the delightful photorealist print of dandelions blowing in the wind that appeared throughout the collection. "It was about putting colors that you might see in the summertime on wintery textures," explained the...
Thakoon recalls growing up in Nebraska and More
Thakoon Panichgul recently sat down with Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail to dish on Harpers, Anna, Michelle and Nebraska. On moving to Nebraska from Thailand at age 11: "I didnâ€™t know a lick of English. I had no friends. And I was coming from Bangkok, which is a huge, huge city and my brother and I were running around by ourselves and knew everyone and were like the life of the party and having fun.