Bangkok Apparel Co., Ltd.RENIM PROJECT

Bangkok Apparel Co., Ltd.RENIM PROJECT

Collaboration - Construction Works Inspiration - Craftsmanship - Eco-friendly - Fashion Accessories - Handmade - Leftover Cement Bag - Leftover Leather - Material - Recycle - Recycled Jeans - Recycled Waste - Recycled Woven Bag - Secondhand Denim - Streetwear Fashion - Sustainable - Thai Hand Fan Inspiration - Thai Wisdom - Upcycle - Vintage Jeans - Weaving

“SAN PAD Collection” of RENIM PROJECT is inspired by a traditional Thai hand fan which has been creating for decades by Thai wisdom. A hand-fan is normally use in a kitchen to cook with stove also can be used as a fan to release the heat. This local craftsmanship created from bamboo woven crafted by hand. RENIM PROJECT aims to continue Thai craftsmanship, a valuable traditional Thai hand-fan technique by designing bags which remade from 5 vintage jeans, cut them into lines with technique of ear jeans to make them stronger. Using the same technique with 5 leftover cement bags, cut into lines. Hand woven recycled jeans and leftover cement bags together as the technique of a traditional hand fan, lining inside the bag with a leftover cement bag as well to decrease its weight and decorating some part with waste of real leather from a factory. RENIM PROJECT designs and creates these bags to encourage people to value recycled waste and help each other decreasing waste of our world. RENIM PROJECT Collection Spring/Summer 2020 “UNDER COVER” Got ideas from construction workers in various places Behind the beauty of buildings and architecture By intentionally reflecting the feelings of the workers. And to see the value of the masonry worker. The brand therefore contacted the Tiger brand cement brand. Which is the number 1 cement brand in Thailand. With the same concept of waste reduction. Or bring unused items the remaining waste is produced as waste and awaiting disposal. Or bringing various promotional materials to increase value Therefore get together Collaboration Creating Upcycle work. The style of the construction worker. By using a cement bag for a mechanic's shirt. As well as to bring the loincloth. Designed to be streetwear fashion clothes. Which reflects the dress of the laborers and instill the value of Thainess through the design that looks universal. RENIM PROJECT Selected by the Department of International Trade Promotion Ministry of Commerce and the Consulate General in Los Angeles. To launch the collection “UNDER COVER” at LA Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 At Los Angeles United States on October 9, 2019 as well.

Bangkok Apparel Co., Ltd.
92/384 Moo 3, Buenyeetho, Thanyaburi, Pathumthani 12130 Thailand

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