Last Friday I visited the new Rikyu hair salon at Sukhumvit 24 for a haircut with my favourite Yohji. After a year of long hair It just happened that I just woke up and decided to give my neck’s back some fresh air breathe. Lucky enough, HEAD & TOE , the new notion of hair and feet interpreted by Rikyu and Muzina, was exhibiting on the 2nd floor. So I sneaked in.
Last week I was invited by Pañpuri to experience the latest two new organic body treatments at Pañpuri Organic Spa, a one-of-a-kind haven in the heart of Bangkok. Not to be exaggerated, but that was probably my most unforgettable spa experience in life, of course in a good way. Since my first step, an elegant environment, friendly staffs, and completely private treatment rooms offered the sense of a serenity and luxury. The therapist asked me to complete my profile and some pre-treatment questions, which give her an insight to my problems and needs.
Introducing “The Colours : Creative Collaborations” the 2-day participatory event of colourful food, arts and music, F.A.C.T. aims to bring together local, like-minded creative minds in order to encourage idea and knowledge sharing, which may lead to future fruition. F.A.C.T collective comes from : Food, Art, Culture, Travel. The amazing thing is that they has been granted with an official license from Kinfolk to organize the first Kinfolk Gathering in Thailand 2015. Starting with this event, F.A.C.T. aims to ignite, encourage and become a network of Creative Collaborations, an educational platform of those locals who see the essence of all for one and one for all. An open platform for ideas and discussion, this group of people aims to create and become a sustainable local hub of knowledge sharing built on this gathering opportunity granted by Kinfolk. the name of the event, THE COLOURS comes from the fact that F.A.C.T see each human being as a colour. A group of people equals many colours. Different but together can be beautiful. A colour could be a skill or a talent. Many of …
Dear diary, It’s the long-weekend Sunday morning! My idea of long weekend is that it is perfect for giving your tiresome self some nice treats, isn’t it? While everybody else might go out and fight for his/her space on the road towards the countryside, I chose to refresh myself with good places nearby instead. I used to cut my hair short with Yoji at BOY Rikyu Siam Square,but the place I’m taking you today is their another branch at 49 Terrace, Sukhumvit 49. “Rikyu by Boy Tokyo”, is a famous hair salon from Tokyo that does not only offer salon work, they are also interested in art, fashion and lifestyle of Thai-Japanese cross culture. “We hope that our customers feel happier and start their brand new day with their new hair style.” is the motto they keep at work.