Rukpong has worked with top international brands in the likes of Celine, Loewe, Longchamp, Givenchy, Tory Burch, Saint Laurent, Emilio Pucci and Roger Vivier. Not new to presenting his works to a runway audience, he showcased his second collection “8-6, 11-4” (eight to six eleven to four), at Bangkok Vogue Fashion Night Out 2013. He is also currently the Brand Visual Communication Developer at Jim Thompson.
What inspires him?
His collection for BAZAAR New Gen is a take on cultural views on two places, Bangkok and California. With a strong belief that the Eastern world and Western world complement each other perfectly, he conveys that into the construction and material of the garments, by mixing American sportswear and traditional Thai concepts.
Rukpong’s key values is to interpret an artistic view on culture, art and architecture into conceptual experimental pieces and create new shapes, forms and visuals.
Siripim mixes her love for fashion and business background perfectly together. By working with her father at his tailor shop, she used her tailoring and construction skills to create garments that has won her many awards, such as the Winner of Saha Group Young Designer Contest 16.
What inspires her?
Titled “Unconditional Love”, the collection represents the bond between a mother and daughter. Revolving around the concept of love and emotions, Siripim uses prints and colours to create garments that best fits mothers and daughters.
The brand represents the creativity and functionality of clothes, and are for modern and up-to-date women. When it comes to fashion, the most suitable words to describe them are “Sensibly Fashionable”.
Find out more about the BAZAAR New Generation fashion show here.
Calling All Applicants For Harper’s BAZAAR Asia New Gen Fashion Award 2016
Now in its third year running, Harper’s BAZAAR is looking for the next promising fashion designer in the region.
Think you’ve got what it takes? Download the form HERE.