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ToysEditor's Picks: Wearable Air Purifiers, 90s Jelly Shoes And More

Editor's Picks: Wearable Air Purifiers, 90s Jelly Shoes And More

Editor's Picks: Wearable Air Purifiers, 90s Jelly Shoes And More
By Mika Apichatsakol
By Mika Apichatsakol
August 29, 2019
Thailand Tatler's digital editor, Mika Apichatsakol, shares her weekly picks of items that will make your life extraordinary

1/4ible Airvida's Wearable Air Purifier

Airvida L1
Airvida C1
Airvida M1
 

We have finally found a solution to our air pollution problem, at least on an individual level. ible Airvida is a Taiwanese brand of wearable air purifiers that just launched in Thailand earlier this week. Worn around your neck like a contemporary accessory, ible Airvida's products work by creating millions of negative ions to constantly purify PM2.5, pollen and smoke invading your face space. The Airvida M1 and C1 are on the lighter end of the range in terms of weight (20-22 grams) and price, while the Airvida L1 is a more premium line with a double vent, higher battery life and overall luxurious look. 

Visit iblethailand.com to learn more. 

2/4Melissa Jelly Shoes

Photos: Courtesy of FB @melissajellydreams
Photos: Courtesy of FB @melissajellydreams

I recently went into a shoe store to smell the shoes. No, I haven't lost my mind. I simply wanted to check out the rumours that Melissa's jelly shoes smell awesome. Verdict: bubblegummy. Beyond that, jelly shoes from the 90s... they are back. Vegan, comfortable, colourful and available in glitter or opaque, Melissa's jelly shoes are definitely the spark footwear has been calling for. And, let the record show that boys can enjoy a pair of jellies too in 2019. 

Find Melissa at The EmQuartier, Siam Center, IconSiam, Central World and many other major shopping malls nationwide. 

3/4Compagnie de Provence

It all started with the age-old Marseille soap. Inspired by the simplicity, heritage and effectiveness of this French natural product, almost 30 years ago, the founders of Compagnie de Provence reinvented the Marseille soap in liquid form and the brand has finally come to Thailand. Still based around natural vegetable oils, you can now find dermatologist-backed hand creams, body lotions and even home fragrances, in addition to Campagnie de Provence liquid Marseille soaps, at Another Story multi-brand store. There are so many different scents, you're bound to find one that suits yourself. 

4/4Guerlain Aqua Allegoria

 

Completing this list of things that'll make your nose happy, renowned French perfume house Guerlain has recently updated its Aqua Allegoria line of scents with additions like Flora Cherrysia, Coconut Fizz and Ginger Piccante. An homage to nature, each perfume in this collection highlights a green, zesty and aromatic spirit. As I'm neither a wearer of floral or spicy scents, the Coconut Fizz is the Aqua Allegoria for me. 

See complete line at guerlain.com.

See also: Editor's Picks: Rainbow Dresses, Mermaid Jewellery And More

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ToysEditor's PicksCompagnie de ProvenceMarseille Soapible Airvidaair purifierjelly shoesGuerlainAqua Allegoria

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