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44 Awards won by Raffles Designers at the Indigo Design Awards 2021

Indigo Design Awards 2021

A very huge congratulations to Raffles Designers from the Visual Communication Department. Designers from the BA(Hon) programmes as well as the Advanced Diploma programmes bagged a total of an impressive 44 awards (Gold, Silver & Bronze) across various categories in the non-professional/student level at the Indigo Design Awards 2021.

Raffles Winners includes:

Raffles Graphic Designers:
Axell SHANDY – 3 Golds, 3 Silvers, 1 Bronze
Muhammad Firas Bin AZHAR – 1 Gold, 3 Silvers, 1 Bronze
Tiffinay GOUW – 3 Golds
Priyam DESAI – 2 Golds
Adeline WIJAYA – 1 Gold, 2 Silvers, 1 Bronze
Amanda OOI Ming Yang – 1 Gold, 2 Silvers
GAO Xiaoxuan – 1 Gold, 1 Silver
Ellie SIM Minkyong – 1 Gold, 1 Bronze
Ferrenline PRASETIO – 1 Gold

Raffles Digital Media Designers:
Cody Le Viet Hung – 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronzes
DING Yanxin & FAN Yuying – 1 Gold
Calvin KONG Juan Lok – 2 Silvers
CHIA Rui Yang – 2 Silvers
James HOANG Gia Khiem – 1 Bronze
Victor LI Haomiao – 1 Bronze

Raffles Animators:
Tienny THE Tian Ni – 3 Bronzes
PAN Nu Wai Yan, Sodhi Gaurav SUKMINDER & Rasekhi Casan Zia JORDI – 1 Bronze

Based in Netherland, Indigo Design Awards is an international multi-disciplinary design competition with the aim to celebrate the excellence in visual communication and digital design.

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Recapturing The Textile Culture 2021

Arab Street URA Raffles Collaboration Ramadan Livestream Collection Fashion Showcase 2021

Recapturing the Textile Culture: Arab Street x URA x Raffles Collaboration 2021

Recapturing the Textile Culture, Heritage & Memories of Arab Street

Raffles Fashion and Jewellery Designers designed this collection drawing inspiration from the history of Arab Street; fashion icon, singer and film actress Saloma; and street art. With the support from the Urban Redevelopment Authority, One Kampong Gelam and Arab Street merchants, this collaboration aims to recapture the textile culture, heritage, and memories of Arab Street. All fabrics and materials used for this fashion showcase were sourced from Arab Street.

In conjunction with Ramadan, Raffles Fashion and Jewellery Designers have designed collections inspired by the history of Arab Street; fashion icon, singer, and film actress Saloma; and street art, showcased at the launch of Cahaya Ramadan on 10 April 2021 (Sat) at the Malay Heritage Centre. Snippets can be found in the gallery below, from the Cahaya Ramadan livestream event by Visit Kampong Gelam, where Raffles Fashion and Jewellery Designers’ designs were showcased at the launch officiated by Minister for National Development & Minister-in-charge of Social Services, Mr Desmond Lee at the Malay Heritage Centre.

This fashion collection was well-received by the supporting organisations and partners like the Urban Redevelopment AuthorityOne Kampong Gelam, Arab Street merchants, and artiste Najip Ali.

You can watch the Cahaya Ramadan event stream on YouTube here:

A successful industry and community engagement project by Raffles College of Higher Education!

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Check out Cahaya Ramadan Event Website here.

*Pictures courtesy of One Kampung Glam

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Raffles x RISIS 2nd Design Collaboration 2021

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Raffles Interior Designer, Mun Sebeen won Raffles x RISIS 2nd Design Collaboration 2021

Risis x Raffles Design Collaboration 2021

Congratulations to Raffles Interior Designer MUN Sebeen for winning this design challenge with her design titled “Mobaya”. “Mobaya” is a luxury modern phone and accessory tabletop stand inspired by the Peranakan Kebaya.

The College is honoured to have Ms Verene NG, CEO of RISIS, to grace our campus and announce the winning design. The winning design was selected based on its commercial viability and representation of RISIS’ brand ethos. RISIS will strongly consider adding this design to their product offering for their customers.

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Re.Mix 2k21 Fashion Design Competition 2021

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Raffles Fashion Designer Onwaree SUKJUMROEN won Re.Mix Fashion Design Competition Popularity Contest

Raffles Fashion Designer Onwaree SUKJUMROEN won the Re.Mix Fashion Design competition Popularity Contest 2021. Onwaree’s design was inspired by peony flowers to create new silhouettes and shapes while retaining traditional elements like the Mandarin collar and print of the phoenix.  

Six Raffles Fashion Designers took part in the RE.MIX 2K21: Fashion Design Competition. This competition is organised by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC)  

The participants are to discover and rediscover what it means to be a Chinese Singaporean as the Chinese Singaporean identity is complex and always changing.  

The participating designers are: 

  1. Onwaree SUKJUMROEN 
  2. NGUYEN Le Huong Giang 
  3. Thalia Celine Indra TJUATJA  
  5. Sheryn JOSEPHINE  
  6. KWANG Kar Kar 

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Check out more about the Competition here.