Available now is L’Occitane’s newest fragrance and first make-up line inspired by the peony flower; L’Occitane Peony Collection. Recently L’Occitane held an event under the ‘Glorious Peony Garden’ theme in which the products were officially launched to the public. With flowers and decorative trees shipped all the way from France, background music being played live by the Bangkok Symphony Orchestr and a performance by young ballerinas from the Bangkok City Ballet, it was an event to remember. L’Occitane’s products are available on the first floor of Central Festival Pattaya Beach.
CEO of B.Grimm Group Harald Link said,
“L’Occitane products are sold in over 85 countries around the world. For over
30 years L’Occitane has created high quality, efficient and sensorial products
that I would recommend everyone to try.”
The peony picture behind Mr. Link was auctioned off for 100,000 baht in
which the money was donated to the ‘Make a Wish’ Foundation.
Well known business individuals such as Mr. Assunta Link (right) and Mr. Markus Noach (left) also attended the event.
Honorary Consul- General for Thailand (South Australia and Northern Territory) Jaye Walton was also there along with her good friend who was looking forward to bid for the peony paintings.
Guests also received free make-overs by Make-Up Guru, Chatchai Peangapichart in which products from the L’Occitane Peony Collection was used.
From left: Ms. Chanya Pranich, M.L Napas Rajani, Ms. Pattaraporn Salirathaviphaga, Mr. Patchara Chirathivat, Ms. Pattarapan Salirathaviphaga and M.L Sirinee Saktidej Bhanubandh were the six young high society elites who represented other six smaller peony flower paintings which were also auctioned for 5,000 baht each in which the money was also donated to the ‘Make a Wish’ Foundation.
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