Thai silk producers who are mainly based in the north and northeast of Thailand have a lot to be proud of as their silk product is pretty much well-known around the world
Thai silk is now famous around the world for its high quality, unique colors as well as patterns. it also plays a key role
in sustaining the local economy.
In 1976, Her Majesty Queen Sirikit of Thailand initiated the SUPPORT Foundation (supplementary occupation Thai silk production. Now, Her granddaughter, HRH Princes Sirivannavari Narinarara, as well as many Thai designers, would like to follow in the footsteps of HM Queen Sirikit in perpetuating Thai craftsmanship, particularly in Thai silk.
With a passion for fashion design, HRH Princess Sirivannanari enrolled on a BA with a major in Fashion Design at Chulalongkorn University. Her creations have further pursued the fashion interests from the world famous fashionistas such as Giorgio Armani, Karl Lagarfeld, John Galliono and Francesco Costa.
Thai Silk has always been on the top of most visitors shopping lists. Now Thai designers have turned traditionally functional fabrics into fashion fabrics, haute couture and ready to wear garments.
A time-honored heritage mixed up with a touch of modern innovation,
You can discover splendid Thai silk products such as shirts, blouses, men’s suits and ladies’ silk jackets
as well as bed covers and furnishings at Thai Silk village-Chiang Mai,
at the same time, you will see the different steps in the production of genuine Thai silk.