5 European Designers Meet 10 Thai Designers
(France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal)
French Embassy, Goethe Institute, Embassy of Italy, Embassy of Spain and Portuguese Cultural Centre Bangkok – Instituto Camões are the 5 EUNIC members developing a singular project in the field of fashion design with Silpakorn University International College and Faculty of Decorative Arts.
A workshop is organized with 10 Thai students and 5 europeans students. All the EUNIC members involved in this project have already links with Silpakorn University.
EUNIC Clusters will take advantage of this common schedule to involve the European fashion designers students on workshop with local fashion designers students.
The objective of this project is to develop sustainable partnerships based on an expanding sector and international exchange and, in the same time, to assert the theme of sustainable development.
5 European students and 10 Thai students :
5 couples / 5 mannequins
European schools involved :
France : Chardon Savard
Germany : Haw Hamburg
Italy : Accademia Italiana Di Firenze
Portugal : Faculdade de Belas-Artes Universidade de Lisboa
Spain : Centro Superior de Diseno de moda de Madrid
One workshop during 15 days at CAT Tower Building.
Each European/Thai team will work and produce clothes and accessories. The Challenge : use a recycling material (bag, shoes, scarf, jewelry…) for one piece of their creation.
Students will be trained by 2 professors from Silpakorn University : Ms. Anugoon Buranaprapuk & Mr. Piyawat Pattanapuckdee.
Many thanks to Singer Thailand who lends sewing machines !
One French – Thai
One German – Thai
One Italian – Thai
One Portuguese – Thai
One Spanish – Thai
general presentation, guideline for the project and each student presented their school and single work.
top left to right : Mariana Campos (Portugal), Alicia Jordan (Spain), Hilke Scholz (Germany), Catenira Vanturelli (Italy), Jirapha Laksanawisit, Sasicha Howcharoen, Porntip Pluemjai, Harshita Patel, Natakorn Daowattanakit, Poonsiri Sanubol, Pairwa Toogjit
bottom left to right : Nattapong Kongruk, Victor Martin (France), Yanissa Kittisommanakun, Naiyanat Sornratanachai
The mannequins at Cat tower. Students discover their place of work.
sketches and material shopping
30 hands at work
Professor Piyawat Pattanapuckdee visits the workshop and discuss with students.
Days 5 & 6 :
patchwork of the day
D-2 before the presentation …. cutting, sewing, weaving
Video of these two amazing weeks :
Day 9 / Day 10 :
On Saturday June 16th, students have presented their work at Residence de France to the partners, diplomatic representations and press
Yanisa Kittisommanakun, Natakorn Daowattnakit, & Victor Martin
Photographer: Yanisa Kittisommanakun & Natakorn Daowattnakit model : Victor Martin
The mannequins’ exhibition starts this week at Alliance française : from Monday 18th to Saturday 24th of June.