Grazing through the latest Milin collection is, quite literally, like walking through a dream. A palette of sky blue, pale periwinkle, pink, peach, and a dash of cloudy grey are spread across maxi-dresses, pleated minidresses, wide-leg pants and onesies. Aptly named “(Under) Sense and Sensibility,” the fresh face of Bangkok-based fashion is etherial and young, yet tailored, with waist-defining dresses and structured blazers. Only a few years old, the Thai line caters to the the worldly and chic social butterfly that designer Milin Yuvacharuskul describes as "best in day and glam at night." Along with her team, Puchong Nilratana and Guarboon Chaunboon, Milin is so fresh-out-of-the-box, we are still waiting for the amazing line to be available in the states (although the rumor mill tells us that plans are underway). If you happen to visit Thailand, Hong Kong, or Singapore in the near future we suggest you leave some space in your suitcase to bring home some of the Milin originals that are merely a foreign dream to us (unless you feel like bringing presents, no pressure). Meanwhile, be sure to bookmark, star, tattoo (not really) the name Milin and watch out for their local arrival.
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