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A/W 2018


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A/W 2018


“COLLECTION 2”

A/W 18 #spacebound.
Inspired by the infinite possibilities that merging age-old artisanal knowledge with the innovations in technology that enhances our lives .
We are bound for space both physically, as we reach to the stars and look to Mars as another habitable planet, and metaphorically, as we seek to find a space in which we can occupy that no longer dictates deriving happiness from urban-living and mass- consumption.
A new space that is the synthesis of rural pastoral living, the slow life and our fast and hyper-connected city lives. That space is one of convergence; of bringing together old and new, handmade and robotic, to breath new life into old values and stories.

Photography by Piyatat Hemmatat
Styled by Shun Watanabe

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AW18 STREET STYLE


AW18 STREET STYLE


Currently on Instagram. Another perspective.

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F/W 2017


F/W 2017


“COLLECTION 1”

#paradisefound features "Collection 0" F/W 2017 and  a sneakpeek of "Collection 1" S/S 2018

In a dystopian reality that is surrounded by lush nature but at the same time is lost and left in ruins, paradise is found.

 

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"Collection 0"


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"Collection 0"


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"COLLECTION 0"

"Collection 0" #isandreams signifies the beginning of  the journey.  After nearly 2 years of travelling to Sakon Nakhon and working with the Indigo Grandmas we discovered that there is more, as time  passed like a dream, we realised that  collaboration with the Indigo Grandmas also meant experimentation which includes deconstruction and creation.

"Collection 0"  is  a Capsule Collection that contains the  results of these experiments, versatile pieces that can travel anywhere that takes a little of the old and merges it with the new. Like in dreams where different dimension collide; the clothes too can transform are transitional and can exist anywhere. 

*the only text visible on the awning says New York in Thai, this is the shopfront that sells winter clothes in  Sakhon Nakhon City across from the hotel that Philip calls home when visiting the Indigo Grandmas. 

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Philip Huang T-shirts


Philip Huang T-shirts


PHILIP HUANG T-SHIRTS

The t-shirt is probably one of the simplest and most utilitarian articles of clothing ever created. Originally, conceived as an under garment for men it has become a uniform for many for  generations now. For Philip Huang, it is a staple and forms the basis of everything, it is a quintessential part of the personal uniform. As a result  we went to the drawing board and designed a t-shirt as many brands and designers before us have and created what is to us, the perfect one- light weight, roomy, soft, 100% organic and in a range of colours literally found in nature. From our white t-shirts, the very basic one we started with we  went on to collaborate with our original Sakon Nakhon indigo grandmas and another village in Chaiyapoom also known for their expertise in natural dyes and weaving. Our Chaiyapoom grandmas dye t-shirts for us using a range of plants and flowers that are found in their locale, in the jungle and on the farm, sometimes even their very own backyard.

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 "PRADU" OR  PTEROCARPUS MACROCARPUS  TREE BARK FOR THE BASE OF THE  WARM INDIGO T-SHIRT

"PRADU" OR PTEROCARPUS MACROCARPUS TREE BARK FOR THE BASE OF THE WARM INDIGO T-SHIRT

 "SABOO LAUD" - SOAP BLOOD TREE OR  JATROPHA CURCAS  TREE  LEAVES USED TO MAKE  RUST  COLOURED T-SHIRTS. THIS IS THEN MIXED WITH CHAIYAPOOM CLAY

"SABOO LAUD" - SOAP BLOOD TREE OR JATROPHA CURCAS TREE  LEAVES USED TO MAKE RUST COLOURED T-SHIRTS. THIS IS THEN MIXED WITH CHAIYAPOOM CLAY

 "MAKRUA"  - THAI EBONY TREE FRUITS  OR FRUITS OF THAI  DIOSPYROS  TREE USED TO MAKE  EARTH BLACK T-SHIRTS.  THIS IS THEN DIPPED INTO CHAIYAPOOM CLAY.

"MAKRUA"  - THAI EBONY TREE FRUITS  OR FRUITS OF THAI DIOSPYROS TREE USED TO MAKE EARTH BLACK T-SHIRTS. THIS IS THEN DIPPED INTO CHAIYAPOOM CLAY.

 "KRANG" - TREE MITES OR  LAC   THAT IS FOUND IN TREE BARK USED TO MAKE  ROSE QUARTZ T-SHIRTS

"KRANG" - TREE MITES OR LAC  THAT IS FOUND IN TREE BARK USED TO MAKE ROSE QUARTZ T-SHIRTS

CHAIYAPOOM GRANDMAS WORKING WITH CLAY

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THE LAND FOUNDATION


 

THE LAND FOUNDATION


 

THE LAND FOUNDATION

In 1998, Tiravanija and fellow Chiang Mai-based artist Kamin Lertchaiprasert initiated The Land. The Land is an experimental art and community project that offers an open space for social engagement, alternative education, and self-sustainable development.  It engages artists and collaborators from different disciplines and interests through projects such as a house-building project, rice cultivation, and alternative-energy experiments. 

The Land Foundation was founded in 2004 to look after the The Land itself  and to establish a platform for engagement and experimentation,  it welcomes local and international communities interested in being part of a space where land is cultivated, art is created and dialogues are commenced. 

#thelandfoundation @thelandfoundation

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Intro


Philip Huang for TIMO

 

 

 

Intro


Philip Huang for TIMO

 

 

 

 

After 10 years of experience in the fashion industry - Philip Huang wanted to create something of his own, a collection of essentials that he could travel with that could exist anywhere - from city to beach and back.  It is no surprise that in launching his own line, he does so with swimming trunks, a collaboration with TIMO trunks after he realised that his own pair of TIMO trunks were indispensable to his suitcase.

Philip Huang for TIMO is the beginning of a whole new adventure for Philip with more to come.