Baan Unrak Children’s Home Performs Their Magic Journey Fashion Show in Bangkok

An incredible performance took place this week in Bangkok!

in Bangkok!

Children from the Baan Unrak Children’s Home traveled to Bangkok to show their new program: The Magic Journey Fashion Show. All photos can be found at the bottom of this article.

All designs were created by two young designers, Kushuma Jareonphon (Baan Unrak graduate) and Chanikan Nakhinchat.

The first part: A Land Of Blossom

This was inspired by a flower garden theme and all of the clothes were made out of the fabric produced by Baan Unrak Weaving.

The juxtaposition of floral-inspired fashion on young models can create a captivating fusion of nature’s beauty with the beauty of youth. The clothing’s gentle colors and organic textures harmonize with the natural glow of youthful skin, made for a stunning visual spectacle.

Beautiful and charming, when teenagers model these designs, they become part of a creative narrative that celebrates the artistic potential in all of us. This fosters a sense of imagination and encourages young people to explore their artistic talents.

The youthfulness of the young children adds an extra layer of charm to the flower garden cloth collection. Their natural grace and exuberance breathe life into the designs, reminding us of the joy and spontaneity of youth.

Second part: A Land Of Treasure.

A Pirate-inspired clothing collection allowed our children to push away the boundaries and express their freedom and rebellion.

Young men sent a powerful message that beauty comes in many forms and that confidence and authenticity are more attractive than conforming to societal expectations.

Children demonstrate that they are unafraid to explore, take risks, and chart their course in life.

Pirate-inspired style encourages young ladies to embrace adventure, resilience, and strength, regardless of societal expectations. Girls send a powerful message that they can take on any role or persona they choose.

Members of the LGBT community of Sangkhlaburi diversified the show and made it brighter.

Representing the community is significant for us, as it is Baan Unrak’s effort to bridge the reality of our town and Thailand.

It was a magnificent performance and a great day.

We are looking forward to more challenges to show the world, what we are capable of.

Adam Judd
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