Megabangna recently organized a fashion event with famous gurus from diverse lifestyles, fabulous fashion shows, and mini concerts featuring various artists
Megabangna’s signature fashion event returned last month — bigger and more exciting than ever. The annual “Mega Fashion Extraordinary” gave shoppers a chance to enjoy fun activities including fashion shows from top-class models, workshops by celebrities who shared beauty, fashion, and personality development tips, as well as concerts from various Thai artists.
This year’s theme is “Fashion Fun Way.” To make the event more exciting, Megabangna (www.mega-bangna.com) decided to give its concept a new twist to meet the needs of fashionistas with different kinds of style.
The concept consists of four main themes: Denim, Office, Party, and Colorful. The four themes attracted a wide range of consumers and cover different lifestyles. Moreover, new collections from many leading brands were launched, along with other activities and workshops such as
● Make-up workshop and beauty talk from well-known celebrities including Momay, (Denim), Pang Kwankao (Office), Ploy Chavaporn (Party), and Maeya (Colofrul),
● Fashion shows from many brands with Thailand’s top-tier models, and
● Mini concerts from GMM Grammy artists, namely Chin Chinnawut, Pop Pongkool, Season 5 and New-Jiw The Star
“Mega fashion Extraordinary is the biggest annual fashion event of Megabangna shopping center, held in response to the needs of savvy shoppers and fashion lovers,” says Christian Olofsson, managing director of Megabangna Shopping Center. “We want to give our customers the privilege of experience new collections of each brand and new fashion trends for this year and this is just the event for them.”
The “4 Theme 4 Collection” covered different dressing styles: “Denim” for those who like to keep it cool and casual, “Office” for chic workers, “Party” for fun party girls and boys, and “Colorful” for people who are passionate with the cheerful boldness and brightness of the colorful world.
Megabangna welcomes approximately three million shoppers per month, 92 percent of which are Thais, with eight percent being foreigners.