It’s been announced! The best fashion designers from the SACIT Award 2021 Creative Arts and Crafts Competition “Thai fabrics can be worn by every gen” by NESDB.
Institute for the Promotion of Thai Arts and Crafts (Public Organization) or NESDB has organized a creative arts and crafts contest, SACIT Award 2021 under the topic “Thai fabrics can be worn by every gen” with the objective of giving opportunities for people with talent in fashion design. and costume has presented the concept of creative fashion design and Thai fabric costumes to be more contemporary and more fitting to the lifestyles of people in the present era to inspire and promote Thai fabrics to be known until becoming a popular value for people to turn to wear Thai cloth more add value and value to Thai fabrics leading to concrete development of commercial works The said contest has been running since May 2021 until now the winner has been completed.
On September 25, 2021, the SACIT Award 2021 creative arts and crafts contest under the topic “Thai fabrics can be worn by every gen” has reached the final round. and has exhibited a fashion show in the form of SACIT Virtual Fashion Runway via Facebook: SACIT Award 2021 and Facebook: Thai Arts and Crafts Institute The central committee is Mr. Pornpol Ekataporn, acting director of the Institute for the Promotion of Thai Arts and Crafts. (Public Organization), Assoc. Prof. (Special) Rapee Leelasiri, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Namfon Laisatruklai, Mrs. Jiraporn Srisa-an and Mr. Danai Oun-anan, as well as the regional committees jointly judged the results. work In which the winner of the award in each sector will receive a prize money. with a plaque of honor from Mr. Jurin Laksanawisit, Minister of Commerce
The winners of the general category in each region are as follows:
The winner of the northern region receives a cash prize of 50,000 baht and a plaque of honor.
Generation Baby Boomer: Mr. Somchai Thongchaisawang, owner of Wabi Sabi
Generation X is Pannakorn Kaewrakmuk, the author of Tai Lue modish.
Generation Y: Mr. Warin Intayot, owner of Glamper Glamper
The winner of the southern region receives a cash prize of 50,000 baht and a plaque of honor.
Generation Baby Boomer: Mr. Chanachit Noudet, author of Paradise of the southern
Generation X is Mr. Chanachit Noudet, the owner of Deformation of the nature.
Generation Y is Ms. Sumaiyah Toree, Mr. Praphon Chanapol, and Ms. Nutchana Nuanyang, the authors of the work “Monsane Muang Tai”.
award winning Northeast Received a prize of 50,000 baht and a shield of honor.
Generation Baby Boomer, including Ms. Natavika Boon-art, owner of Onson Mayuree
Generation X is Mr. Watcharaphon Khampromma, the author of The icon of Culture.
Generation Y is Ms. Benjaporn Krutkul, the owner of SPIRIT OF THAI.
The winner of the Central Region received a prize of 50,000 baht and a plaque of honor.
Generation Baby Boomer: Mr. Narongyot Teechanmat, owner of Line Way of life
Generation X is Mr. Watchara Yasuksaeng, owner of Slow life.
Generation Y is Mr. Abhisit Permlarp, the owner of the work, dreaming of traveling
The winning prize The type of student/student in Generation Z will receive a prize of 30,000 baht and a plaque of honor as follows:
Ms. Salinee Paiboonrungrote and Ms. Nuttaporn Teerasupani, the authors of SKATER The New Wave.
and the Popular Vote Award, received a cash prize of 30,000 baht, along with a plaque of honor, namely Mr. Sorachat Panich, the owner of the work Luem Laiwan.
The winners of each category will be promoted. Develop and train a body of knowledge to prepare you for entering the fashion industry.
Mr. Pornpol Ekataporn, Acting Director of the Thai Arts and Crafts Promotion Institute (Public Organization) said for an overview of this year’s contest. The Institute for the Promotion of Thai Arts and Crafts (Public Organization) is very pleased that people interested in submitting more than 300 entries to the contest until 130 entries are selected and the winners of all 13 works today. I would like to thank all the contestants who participated in our project this time. I believe that this contest will be a big door that will take everyone to another level of their dreams. Hope that you will gain experience and knowledge that can be further developed for yourself more or less. Therefore, I would like all teams to never stop developing their work and do what they are doing better in the future.
For those who missed watching the SACIT Award 2021 contest, “Thai fabrics can be worn by every gen”, this time final. Can watch backwards via Facebook: SACIT Award 2021 and Facebook: Thai Arts and Crafts Institute