On June 19, we revealed the 50 Thai honourees on the Gen.T List 2019 at an unveiling event at the Rosewood Bangkok.
The evening began with a private dinner for the 2019 honourees and members of The Tatler Tribe—the panel of industry heavyweights we consult when selecting the list.
A speech from Tamara Lamunière, head of Generation T, soon followed as she introduced the inaugural Gen.T Asia Summit, taking place in November. Sakson Rouypirom, an honouree of the Gen.T List 2017, also shared that his charity Sati will be partnering with Gen.T in Thailand this year for an education-themed CSR programme, with an event scheduled for September that will bring the Gen.T community together to support refugees in Thailand.
After dinner, the honourees and Tribe members were joined by honourees from previous Gen.T Lists as well as the wider community for the afterparty at Rosewood bar Lennon's, where the Thai honourees on the Gen.T List 2019 were revealed to the public for the first time.
Photo 1 of 14 The 50 Thai honourees on the Gen.T List 2019
Photo 2 of 14 Honourees Artima Suraphongchai and Sean Buranahiran
Photo 3 of 14 Tribe member Dr Pakpilai Thavisin and honouree Kobkullaya Chuengprasertsri
Photo 4 of 14 Honourees Meghan Kerrigan and Sid Sehgal with Tamara Lamunière
Photo 5 of 14 Honouree Kobkullaya Chuengprasertsri
Photo 6 of 14 Mika Apichatsakol, Gen.T Thailand editor
Photo 7 of 14 Nigel Oakins, MD of Thailand Tatler
Photo 8 of 14 Tamara Lamunière
Photo 9 of 14 Sakson Rouypirom introducing this year's CSR initiative in Thailand
Photo 10 of 14 The Thailand honourees on the Gen.T List 2019
Photo 11 of 14 The after party at Lennon's
Photo 12 of 14 Honourees Pahrada Sapprasert, Jerd Pitchitkul, Aukrit Unahalekhaka
Photo 13 of 14 Honourees checking out their profiles in the Gen.T List magazine
Photo 14 of 14 The crowd toasts the list