Suyanee Wongchotwiriyakit

Challenge One

“Sport Couture” challenged me very much. Never worked with this theme before.  First  I thought about  vintage lady in riding dress that represented  the haute-couture elegance . After compromised  between  vintage and modern fashion ,I designed  a  corset  with V-neck  bolero jacket ,matching with knee length pants in Ivory ,golden and white color.  Hand woven Thai silk with elaborate embroidery beads and lace is my signature. Matching silk bag and head band were included .

V- shape hidden in my design such as V-neck ,V-corset and V-lace on pants  mean “Victory”.

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Challenge Two

This is my angry bird gown for the second challenge.I captured the highlight from the game. Red colour,circle shape and black tight eyebrows led to my design.Heart shape bodice made of handwoven Thai silk , meeting the hand draping that cascades onto the skirt.The two layers skirt was made of silk chiffon,matching with handmade head ornament.

 

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Challenge Three

 

Inspire by “Baby doll dress” the creative project of Cristobal Balenciaca 1958 and the new style of couture Spring 2012 by Elli Sabb. A Baby doll gown construct from slim and soft fabric in pastel color as Elli Sabb style. High volume of hand decoration from Japanese beads, sequins and petals in coral pink color. Matching with handmade head ornament .


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Challenge Four

Inspired by " Cherry Blossoms" .The cherry trees are opening their blossoms in Japan during March 31 to April 15 .The gown was made of crepe adorned with cherry blossom appliques influenced by the Hollywood gown for Elizabeth Taylor in A Plance in The Sun designed by Edith Head in 1951.Matching with handmade accessories and cherry blossom cape.

 

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Challenge Five

This is an  evening gown inspired by traditional Kimono. The strapless bodice and  a bell shape skirt with  a long sleeves bolero jacket . I used hand woven Thai silk for this challenge due to the kimono and obi are traditionally made of silk. The pattern of the kimono can also determine in which season it should be worn, so I selected the flowers printed pattern for this season. The long sleeves like the kimono means the girl who worn is unmarried. Matching with handmade purse and  shoes. The head ornament inspired by Origami the traditional Japanese art of paper folding.

 

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Challenge Six

 

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