Honda LPGA Thailand’s Female Golfers Celebrate Contemporary Eco-Friendly Thai Fashion Brand

Five of the outstanding female golfers who are set to compete in the Honda LPGA Thailand 2022, (from left) Lucy Li, Kaityln Papp and Yealimi Noh from USA, Emily Pederson from Denmark and Atthaya Thitikul from Thailand proudly wearing contemporary traditional and eco-friendly apparel handcrafted by local brand HOME Studio Shop, that promotes textile up-cycling and supports local communities at the Avani Pattaya Resort, located in the heart of Pattaya, Chonburi province.

Atthaya Thitikul said, “I’m so proud of my home country and I feel it’s important to highlight local craftsmanship – even more so when there is a sense of purpose to support a larger cause, which in this case is to protect the environment,” she continues, “I hope this will inspire other local and international brands to go beyond greatness because it starts with us individuals.”

“I have a newfound appreciation for traditional Thai designs. I’m grateful for this opportunity to experience and feel local craftsmanship here that goes beyond a piece of apparel that we can comfortably wear. It’s certainly an intangible added value that the brand promotes sustainability while supporting local communities,” said Yealimi Noh.

Thai golf fans will be able to watch the Honda LPGA Thailand tournament live on Official Broadcast Host PPTV HD 36 and their digital platforms;, Facebook, YouTube or the PPTVHD36 application across the four tournament days.

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To find out more about HOME Studio Shop, visit their online shop at or their social media platforms on Facebook @homestudioshopbkk or Instagram @homestudioshop.

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