Travelling in style has always been my key signature for me, every time when I go travelling I would think of a theme of colour or prints as my travel style story. This time at Rosewood Bangkok, I was inspired by the shades casting sunlights at the Lennon’s bar interior design inspired by a mid-century home-recording studio. The shades of teal and blue against the contemporary Thai icon reshaping the Bangkok skyline was the based of my 4 looks: casual top and silk trousers, sporty set, stripe and leather net and lastly a minty blue with stripe for a Thai massage experience.

To learn that there was a fashion forward element at the Rosewood Limited Edition, a collection of one-of-a-kind travel experiences from the ultra-luxury hospitality brand’s properties across the globe. It was a pleasure to learn that Rosewood Bangkok had a theme of “Timeless Elegance as East Meets West “,Bangkok and Geneva meets together. Where Thai designer Vatanika Patamasingh Na Ayudhya and Swiss watchmaker Franck Muller did a collaboration for a one of kind watch along with extraordinary stay. The “Fashion Forward” experience is available at Rosewood Bangkok with seven nights’ accommodations, daily breakfast, afternoon tea at Lakhorn European Brasserie, dinner for two at Nan Bei, cocktails for two at Lennon’s, two treatments for two people at Sense, A Rosewood Spa, and two first class plane tickets to Geneva at USD110,000