"Style is something money can’t buy. Be yourself. Fashion never ends."

Rathfar Chaichueanjit, well known in Thailand as “Padpudd”, is an actress/model and a regular at the trendiest fashion events in Thailand and South East Asia. Aside from being an actress and influencer, she also runs her own clothing brand and balloon shop. Rathfar had the honor of being nominated as “Breakout Influencer of 2017” in Thailand at the Influence Asia Awards.

What is your guilty pleasure?

Shopping, just like every girl in the world! When girls start shopping, we can’t stop spending which of course is our guilty pleasure, but we are willing to take responsibility for it and feel good afterwards, that’s why it’s called shopping therapy!

You are considered an influencer. What does this title mean to you?

It’s such an honor to be acknowledged and be considered an influencer firsthand. To me, being an influencer means sharing my vision and style of fashion with others. Fashion has no limit. Fashion is style and creativity of our own.

If you could give people 3 tips about style, what would they be?

Style is what money can’t buy, be yourself, fashion never ends.

What are your overall thoughts on Spanish Fashion?

Every country has their own iconic and unique fashion style. For me, Spanish fashion is trendy and chic. Red is the color that represents Spain very well. Spain has such a strong and big influence in Red, much more than any other country I have ever been to.

How would you compare fashion in Madrid to fashion in Thailand?

The biggest point of difference in fashion between Spain and Thailand are the seasons and how this affects what we wear. In Spain, there is winter. People can be versatile in the way they dress and express themselves by putting on different layers of clothing. In my point of view, there is no winter in Thailand and therefore has its limitation when it comes to fashion and how people can dress.

Royal Theatre
Teatro Real (Royal Theatre) is a major opera house located in front of the Royal Palace. It was founded in 1818 and inaugurated on November 19, 1850. Today, it is one of the great theaters of Europe and it features productions with leading international singers, musical directors, stage directors and dancers.

Plaza de Isabel II, s/n, 28013 Madrid

Royal Palace
The Royal Palace is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family, but it is only used for state ceremonies. It is the largest royal palace in Europe and one of the most expansive of the world. The interior of the palace is notable for its wealth of art including paintings by artists such as Caravaggio, Francisco de Goya, and Velázquez.

Calle de Bailén, s/n, 28071 Madrid

Coque Restaurant
Your arrival at Coque is the beginning of the culinary journey with four stops along with way, each with a distinct focus in terms of flavor and innovation. A journey in which you use all your senses, including those that you only think you possess. You'll need to not only smell and taste, but also touch, feel, imagine and even recreate flavors that you may never have tried before.

Calle del Marqués del Riscal, 11, 28010 Madrid

Santceloni Restaurant
A story that began to be written in 2001 when the first Michelin star was ignited, which only took two years to add the second one. More than 15 years later, continues to be written by the hand of the chef Óscar Velasco, David Robledo, as sommelier and Abel Valverde as front-of- house manager. The three, along with MontseAbellá for the sweet part, have been part of this team since the beginning.

Paseo de la Castellana, 57, 28046 Madrid

Corral de la Morería
Corral de la Morería was opened by Manuel del Rey in 1956 and is the most known tablao flamenco place in the world. Considered as the "Cathedral of flamenco art" of Spain, this establishment is frequently visited by well-known celebrities like the King of Spain, Government Presidents and famous international artists.

Calle de la Moreria, 17, 28005 Madrid