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    The go-to fashion brand for petite ladies

    Muse, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 09/12/2017

    » Sweet and petite, Rassarine "Kathy" Tanachaiwattanapokin makes the kind of clothes that are perfect for small, dainty women. Although her feminine brand, Made of Fabric, has been around since 2011, it was only this season that the founder/designer presented her autumn/winter collection, "Dreamless Romance", with a big, rosy splash at CentralWorld. With a childhood spent around fabrics and a master's degree in fashion from Istituto Maragoni, Rassarine has turned her passion into a popular label -- so much so that Chinese tourists make her store a stop on their travel itineraries. Using herself as the prototypical model, you'll be sure to always find itsy-bitsy pieces here (Kathy loves short hemlines because they make legs look longer). We talked to the designer about her brand's history and why the girlie girls love it.

  • NEWS

    What we watched in 2018

    Life, Published on 26/12/2018

    » The great and the good from the silver screen, TV screen and phone screen.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Music fest

    Muse, Published on 24/03/2018

    » CentralWorld, Ratchadamri RoadToday and tomorrow at noon

  • LIFESTYLE

    The first rumblings of The Last Jedi

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 07/09/2017

    » It's officially Star Wars season. With the much-anticipated worldwide release of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi just around the corner in December, Disney has officially kicked off their big ramp-up toward the release with their second Force Friday event, which began around the world on Sept 1. Until Sunday, fans around the world can download and use the official Star Wars phone app to seek out various augmented-reality (AR) figures. Doing so will allow fans to get a sneak-peak at both returning and first-time characters in the upcoming film, along with Star Wars-related prizes.

  • BUSINESS

    NBCUniversal buys rest of USJ

    Business, Bloomberg News, Published on 02/03/2017

    » Tokyo/New York: Comcast Corp, the largest US cable operator, said on Tuesday that it would acquire full control of a company that operates a Harry Potter-featured theme park in Japan, targeting the appeal of getaways for the region's growing middle-class and record visitors to the Asian nation.

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