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Gallery: ‘My Franck Muller’ Portrait Exhibition

Celebrating the unique character of both Franck Muller watches and its devotees, the luxury Swiss watchmaker hosted an event at Siam Paragon last night to launch the new ‘My Franck Muller’ portrait exhibition. The gallery reflects the brand’s journey with 60 unique individuals from Thailand – including Vatanika Patamasingh Na Ayudhya, Orawan Setabandhu, Ornapa Krisadee, and Khanthong and Khanngoen Nuanual, to name a few.

An illustrious name in the world of modern Swiss watchmaking, Franck Muller timepieces have long been noted for their iconic case designs, distinctive numeral markers, vivid colours, and unique collections. As Nicholas Rudaz, COO of Franck Muller Watchland, states, “If we had a party in a ballroom with 100 Franck Muller guests and asked to see their watches, it is entirely possible that every single one could be different from the other!”

Worn by anyone from businessmen to socialities and elites, the portrait exhibition draws on these unique qualities that bring both the watches and their wearers to shine. As the brand puts it themselves, “They do not say ‘this is my watch’, they say, ‘This is My Franck Muller'”.

Photographed by Thanakorn Poshyananda and Eknaree Wachirabunjong, the launch of the ‘My Franck Muller’ exhibition saw a host of celebrity guests, including Kathaleeya McIntosh, Sopidnapa Chumpani, Poruethai Narongdej, and Un Puwanart.

Click ahead for a sneak peek inside the exclusive launch party. The portraits will be available to view at The Hall of Fame on the M Floor of Siam Paragon from September 22-30.

Image Credits: Papinvit Attawanich

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Gallery: ‘My Franck Muller’ Portrait Exhibition

Lisa Gries

Creative Content Director, Bangkok

Lisa is the Creative Content Director at Lifestyle Asia Thailand. When she’s not knees-deep in SEO analysis or editorial calendars, you’ll likely find her in downward-facing dog at the yoga studio, or immersed in conversation at a secret bar in China town. Lisa writes mostly on dining, travel, and pop-culture, and is a huge fan of soup dumplings, Riesling, and power napping — in exactly that order.

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