Mae Fah Luang Foundation under Royal PatronageDoiTung

Mae Fah Luang Foundation under Royal PatronageDoiTung

100% Upcycled Plastic Bottle From The Sea - Breathable - Cloth - Clothing - Coat - Cozy - Creative - Distinctive - Double-sided Coat - Eco-friendly - Ethnic Hill Tribe Inspiration - Fabric Accessories - Functionalwear - Handwoven Textile - Hmong - Innovative Fashion - Material - Sustainable - Unique - Upcycle - Water-resistance

The collection is inspired by Doi Tung’s cold and rainy climate, embodying sustainability concept in modern day fashion. This idea lead to the design of cozy double-sided coat that is breathable, warm and water-resistance, with the use of sustainable yarn made from recycled plastic sourced from the sea. The material itself provide unique patterns to our products. Our designs incorporate distinctive characteristics of Hmong’s tribal wear with the use of sustainable materials and adapting it to make sure they are perfect for everyday use. In fact, a single coat is made from 130 six-hundred-millilitre recycled plastic bottles.

Mae Fah Luang Foundation under Royal Patronage
BKK Office, 1875/1 Rama IV Rd. Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

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DEmark Award 2020

The birth of a Thai design award Design Excellence Award (DEmark) was established in 2008 in order to give recognition to outstanding product design. It is in conjunction with the Prime Minister's Export Award (PM Export Award) which is presented annually by the Prime Minister under the auspices of Thailand Office of Innovation and Value Creation, Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce, Royal Thai Government. The selected products receive the DEmark logo for outstanding design, which can be used to promote well-designed Thai products and services in the international market. It is hoped that this award will help promote development of domestic products, which will in turn better the quality of life of both domestic and international consumers. The Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) receives cooperation from The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) and the Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP) in determining the judging criteria for DEmark Award of Thailand, inviting experts to be judges in this contest and also help promote the DEmark Award to be widely accepted in the international arena. This year, there are 496 outstanding design works from 246 Thai entrepreneurs and designers that participated in the contest. Representatives from both governmental and private sectors, as well as the media were invited as members of judging committee. A total of 72 products and services from 44 companies were awarded the DEmark. In additional, 15 DEmark products and services from 11 companies were selected to received the Good Design Award 2020 (G-Mark).

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