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CHATREE
  THENGHA

 

CHIEF DESIGNER

 

Our designer, Chatree Tengha is a shy, thoughtful person, the only man on the team. Before joining Shaka as a head designer, he was the winner of the Thailand Young Designers Award, th e Makuhari Grand Prix at Asia Collection and was second runner-up in the Young Asian Fashion Designers contest in Singapore. His apparel designs have been known for more bringing a strong conceptual than practical and casual. Chatree has had experience designing for mass market fashion companies and has taken on a number of freelance design jobs. He brings this idealistic and conceptual vision to practical and casual clothing designs. He draws inspiration from art, music and films which manifests itself constantly in his companion sketchbook. His love for the geometry of clothing, for sculptural shapes and for intricate hand-work all come together in his designs. His love for math and form can be seen in the way his geometric designs hang perfectly across a woman's body. His first admired was Pierre Cardin, but later on he drawn to the more sculptural approach to clothing of Issey Miyake. Now he is in a phase of mixing and layering unusual fabrics and fabric combinations together to create collectionsof garments which are innovative but still practical. Chatree's goal is to create clothes for women which are like pieces of sculpture: simple in form but beautifully made and comfortable to wear.

 
 

Nutthanan a designer, graduated in Fashion Design from Rangsit University, who believes that fashion design is an art. Clothes can be indicated the stories, emotions, feelings and identity of the wearer. His design direction is the feminine style because he believes that every woman has her own feminine identity. He has the ability to styling clothes and combinate of fabric and detail techniques perfectly. His goal is to create the fabric techniques and the details of the clothes whether stitching, embroidering, or using modern technology to make the great new pieces of work.

NUTTHANAN
  YOOCHOMBOON

 

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