Dazzling lights, flurries of red and black, and a tonne of fashionable people: it could be Hello! Magazine having an evening of buzzing celebration. Indeed, last Saturday night saw Hello! Magazine Thailand celebrating two important milestones. Not only was it their 14th anniversary, but the magazine has also released their first ever H! List – a thorough who’s-who of Thailand’s fashionable society.
The theme at Hello!’s vibrant evening at the Grand Hyatt Erawan was Spanish Glamour, which was a tribute to their origins from Spain’s ¡Hola! Magazine. The night was drenched in extravagant flamenco dresses and dapper matador jackets; special performances of Spanish dancing and singing, and a free-flow of champagne, gin, paella, quesadillas and more. Special awards were also given to the highest achievers and notables, from ‘Female Inspirer’ to ‘Talk of the Town’. It was a delightful evening full of friendships, families, and heartwarming reunions. The H! List 2019 celebration will be cherished in every single one of their guests’ memories.
The thousands of photos of everyone looking top-notch is definitely one way this evening will be so memorable. As we looked back on the H! List party, we came up with our own little list of the best, most fabulosa, Spanish-themed outfits. Señors, Señoras, and Señoritas – here are the best Spanish-dressed at H! List 2019.
The best dressed Señors:
The dapper suit-designer will never disappoint us sartorially.
A guy you can always depend on to put in spectacular efforts to dress up to theme.
The ultimate Dior Homme poster couple probably have the best (and certainly biggest) dinner jacket collection in Bangkok.
It takes some audacity to rock a floral bandana and sandals to a soireée, but that’s exactly the kind of Spanish confidence we were looking for.
The best dressed señoras:
A colourful burst of youthful ruffles is a welcome addition to any evening event. Also one of our favourite floral hair accessories.
Lady Patama Leeswadtrakul
An elegant neckline and the most fabulous ruby jewels: here’s Spanish dressing at its most sophisticated.
What’s a Spanish evening without a bit of feathers? Here’s a dress with flamenco flair and an elevated elegance.
From the queen of fabric textures and complex tailoring, these monochrome pleated twists recall dancing and hand-held fans – a deliciously subtle homage to Spanish delights.
An outfit that is irreverent, playful, and perfectly co-ordinated with the also very handsomely-dressed Hagen Dirksen. Most importantly, both are right on theme.