A glittering VIP party for 3,000 guests
celebrated the grand gala opening of Bangkok’s trendiest and most cosmopolitan shopping centre, Gaysorn – and it promises to rank among Thailand’s top ‘high society’ events of
2002, Fabulous fashion parades from world-renowned international and Thai designers were the highlight the event themed “A Night of Indulgence at
The ‘house-warming’ party for Bangkok’s premier lifestyle centre was hosted by developers G.S. Property Management, Thailand’s leading property and luxury retail operator, and their partners Hongkong Land.
“We are more than ready to become the new pride of Asia,” said G.S. Property Management Managing Director, Mr Charn
Highlights of the gala opening included an “Intimate Moments with LA PERLA” showcase and a “Hip Parade” of designer brands including FlyNow, Senada Theory, Sretsis, Tango, Tube, Charles Jourdan, Zenith, Jousse, and Kloset Red Carpet.
has attracted some of the world’s biggest designer names as tenants -- from Louis Vuitton, Emporio Armani, Lanvin, Gucci, Christian Dior, Fendi, Celine and Loewe to Mont Blanc, Christian Lacroix, Ferragamo, Prada, Tag Heuer, Omega, Givenchy, Hugo Boss, Bally, Belle, Porsche Design and Burberry.
Leading Thai labels FlyNow, Senada, Pasaya, Tango, Tube, Sretsis and Asian Motif are also showcased among 70 exclusive fashion, lifestyle, jewellery and home accessory brands at the five-story store.
Next to BTS Chitlom Station, Le Royal Meridien Hotel, Grand Hyatt Erawan, Amarin Plaza and the World Trade Center in Ratchaprasong, Gaysorn has attracted 12,000 visitors daily since its ‘soft opening’ three months ago and aims to become the cosmopolitan retail centre of Bangkok.
Uniquely, it offers premium customer services including concierge, doormen and valet parking. A number of stylish cafes and restaurants are also in the 12,600 square metre complex.
“We believe Gaysorn will be the trendiest niche shopping centre in Bangkok, offering a unique shopping experience to visitors,” said Mr
Feedback so far indicates that shoppers are impressed with the atmosphere, lavishly decorated shops and quality services, while tenants are reporting impressive sales – especially since a pedestrian bridge link opened to the neighbouring Chitlom skytrain station.
Originally opened in 1994 as “Gaysorn Plaza”,
and was closed in 2001 for a yearlong refurbishment. The new “Gaysorn” now has a more modern and contemporary look with double-level glass windows, improved lighting, new shop fronts and more elegant decorations, providing maximum brand exposure.
The refurbishment and decoration of building exterior and interior reflect Gaysorn’s cosmopolitan lifestyle, high-end exclusive fashion products and quality services.
Lavish decorations and celebratory events are also promised by Gaysorn and its neighbours during festive seasons.