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Zenithorial gave the crowd the first political message on the runway: An army of models clad in green - the colour on the traffic light that signals 'Go!' You know what 'red' and 'yellow' mean, don't you?


Couture master Kai showcases his most patriotic collection, with a finale of five models dressed and positioned to form the colour scheme of the Thai national flag.


Think you have the best of lighting spectacle at Greyhound? Nay! Fashion photographer Punsiri Siriwetchapun gives a lighting lesson in Curated by Ek Thongprasert with strobes that gradually gets brighter as models walk closer to the front row.


Japanese lighting magician Jiro Endo cast the green light that cut the runway by half for event opener Greyhound, giving an illusion of a light wall through which models zigzagged across the runway. A true visual triumph!


Prints master Nagara offers a special show with acrobats demonstrating their skills on jumping stilts.


Hook's set the mood of its collection inspired by deserted palaces with a lip-synching rendition of the song Memory. Aren't those white contact lenses just... hideous?


Chermarn 'Ploy' Boonyasak continues to enjoy her status as Elle Fashion Week's favourite guest model for another year, walking the runway for Kloset and, as seen here, Boudoir.


One of the 1990s' top models Geraldine McIntosh made a one-off return to the runway for the finale of Kloset in a white smock dress and embroidered veil that sums up the church-inspired collection.


Elle Thailand's editor-in-chief Kullawit Laosuksri pops champagne to signal the end of the show, and the beginning of the after-show party.

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Four days. Fifteen shows. Elle Fashion Week 2010 Autumn/Winter at CentralWorld comes back stronger than before. We look at the most memorable moments of the country’s longest-running fashion event.

  • Published: 18 Oct 2010
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