Friday, June 7, 2013

Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles was a special emphasis on the textiles of, and related to, the royal court and Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, located inside the Grand Palace. 
The museum separated into four rooms with three exhibitions. 

The first room exhibited the modern costumes which design by famous foreigner and Thai designers for her Majesty the Queen Sirikit, The collection was designed for her world trip visiting many countries in order to build the relationship with other nations. Her vision of wearing Thai silk were very strong at at time. She said that she is the represent of Thai women and Thailand.
In this room also shown the trip documentaries of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit alongside on how to wear Thai costumes. 

The second room exhibited 30 dresses with eight style of Thailand's national costumes for Thai women, Which named after the palace house in the palace. 

For the third and fourth room, exhibiting the work that Her Majesty Queen Sirikit have devoted to the country, showcasing the story of Thai fabric.

The exhibition is worth a visit, not only for people who in fashion or textile industries, but also Thai citizen too. The exhibition to me really capture our beautiful fabric and how important it is to continue and pass on these heritage of Thailand.

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