" Tube Gallery has been established
as a new generation Thai fashion house since 1999 "
The edgy and prolific Tube Gallery is made up of two dynamic designers Saxit Pisalasupongs and Phisit Jongnarangsin, who have made waves in the fashion scenes of Bangkok and the region. Tube Gallery is about dramatic but yet fun designs, ready-to-wear with a touch of semi couture. They are proud to have showcased their pieces at renowned fashion shows in Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta, Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, Sydney, New York, and Paris. Numbers of local and international celebrity have been spotted in Tube Gallery dresses which included Kimberley Walsh from Girls Aloud, Ashley Robert from The Pussycat Dolls, A*M*E, and Paloma Faith. The brand was also featured in American Next Top Models, Germany Next Top Models, Thailand Next Top Models, Vietnam Next Top Models and Asia Next Top Models as guest designers as well as guest judges.
Apart from their creation in fashion, theatre costume is also their passion. Tube Gallery has worked for many musicals and plays production in Singapore, South Korea and Thailand. In Thailand, included Thaveephob The Musical, Behind the Painting The Musical, Hong-Nuer-Mungkorn The Musical, La Cage aux Folles, Four Reigns The Musical and ect. In South Korea, they designed costumes for Korean Superstar, Kim Junsu as well as the other casts in the musical production of ‘Dorian Gray’. In Singapore, Tube Gallery has won the Best Costume Design from the 12th, 15th, and 19th Straits Time Life! Theatre Awards, organized by Straits Time Newspaper, from the new musical 881, Monkey Goes West, and Private Parts.
Adding to their portfolio is the 28th South East Asian Game in Singapore in 2015. The duo designers were selected as the Costumes and Puppets Designer of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. There were more than 200 designs and over 5,000 costumes produced for shows. They also created all costumes for Singapore National Day Parade in 2016. The most memorable costume creation of the house would certainly be the design for the royal ballet Manorah which was performed during His Majesty King Rama IX’s royal cremation ceremony, 26th October 2017.