AMATA Co-hosts Talk Show on Fashion and Sustainable Development

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On the occasion of the 3rd Thai Silk International Fashion Week, which is taking place this week in Bangkok in honor of the 90th Birthday Anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother and Her Majesty's work in promoting Thai silk products, weaving traditions and preserving cultural heritage, the Embassy of Viet Nam in Thailand, AMATA Group, the Thailand Vietnam Friendship Association (TVFA) among others were jointly organizing a talk show on “Fashion and Sustainable Development in Thailand and Vietnam”.


Photo: Mr. Phan Chi Thanh, Vietnamese Ambassador to Thailand, chaired the event and moderated the talk show

The event was presided by Mr. Phan Chi Thanh, Vietnamese Ambassador to Thailand and guests from Viet Nam and Thailand, including representatives from diplomatic sectors, business sectors, designers and supermodels to celebrate cultural heritage and to build links across Thailand and Viet Nam. The presence of three beauty queens from Viet Nam, namely Miss Intercontinental 2022, Miss World Vietnam 2022 and 1st runner up of Miss World Vietnam 2019, added incredible color to the event.

Photo: Mr. Sanan Angubolkul, President of the Thailand Vietnam Friendship Association, delivered the welcome remarks

Photo: Mrs. Somhatai Panichewa, CEO Amata VN Public Company and Mr. Phan Chi Thanh


Top Photo (from left): Panelists included Ms. Lai Y Phuong, Designer, Mr. Luong Viet Thanh Tung, Scholar, Ambassador Phan Chi Thanh, Mr. Vikrom Kromadit, Chairman Amata Group and Ms. Le Nguyen Bao Ngoc, Miss Intercontinental 2022

The talk show's panelists discussed fashion and sustainability, exploring opportunities and challenges in the fast-paced, ever evolving fashion industry to meet today’s trends of sustainability, including economic development, social responsibility and environment.  

Photo: Representatives of the Viet Nam delegation and AMATA executives



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