Friday, June 16, 2017

Fashion Marketing: Saturdate Vibes @ Quill City Mall, June 3

A Fashion Coordination and Promotion project by Raffles KL Fashion Marketing & Management senior students - "Saturdate Vibes" was held at Makespace Quill City Mall Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, 3 June.

The event features a fashion bazaar and styling talks by local fashion designer Justin Chew and Stylist Busy Huan to share new trends and experiences in the fashion industry. The project, coordinated by our Programme Director for Fashion Marketing, Travis Tan sees every student participating from planning, promoting, setting, decorating and communicating to ensure the project success.

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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Visual Communication: Design Principles Field Trip

Through carefully observing on the Gallery’s exhibitions and permanent collections, students learnt basic elements of design principles such as point, line, plane, shapes and forms, textures and patterns, and color. They were inspired and able toapply the information and knowledge that they have gained to their final project for Design Principles as well as other projects that deals with thefundamental design principles of Visual Communication.

For this time around, the Gallery hosted a special exhibition called Deaf Art Expressions. Art is such a powerful channel for the hands to express and liberate the spirit. The creative process involved in expressing one’s self artistically is embracing one’s own identity. It is empowering, a true liberation through expression, and liberating the deaf through art. Students surely learnt a lot more than what they have expected from this special event.

Fashion Design: Styling Talk by Max Mak

Our Fashion Marketing Alumni, Max Mak having a talk session today at Raffles College, sharing about styling tips, current trend and exploring the creativity with the student.

In the middle of the talk, Max host a mini styling game to let student learn about the target audience and the practicality at styling.

Monday, May 15, 2017

Jewellery Design: Joanne T Presentation

The Raffles Jewellery Design programme hosted visiting Malaysian jewellery artist, Joanne Tan (brand name: Joanne T.) for an inspirational discussion and presentation on her edgy and conceptual jewellery.

Trained as a scientist, she moved through various areas in the field of design: primarily architecture and fashion prior to finding her passion in jewellery design in London. Working in gold and pearls Joanne T. stretches the boundaries that define body ornamentation.

Unique to the styles found in Malaysia, Joanne T has a significant following in Europe and the West.

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Jewellery Design: Pandora Presentation - May 12

Rachel Loh, Retail Operations Executive of Pandora Jewellery, a subsidiary of Habib Jewels Franchise, and her training assistant Aaron, joined our Raffles Jewellery Design students on May 12.

Rachel and Aaron gave an engaging and lively presentation about the design, production and marketing strategies for Pandora as they are looking to hire our Jewellery Design graduates for positions at Pandora and Habib.

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Friday, May 12, 2017


Objective of Visit:
Manual film processing was once a common practice among photographers and hobbyists. Now, with the advent of digital camera technology, the process of manual developing has become a lost art. Mastering this process will give you a greater appreciation and understanding of the true art of photography.

Monday, April 17, 2017

World Vision Art with Heart Award Ceremony 2017

Congratulations to our Visual Communication students, Fazuliana binti Ahmad and Lee Wan Qi on winning the World Vision Malaysia’s Art with Heart Design Contest on April 7, 2017. Both winners were greatly impressed by the generous prizes sponsored by Mon Cheri Essentials and Seiko Malaysia!

Throughout the contest, the winners and all participants put in much research to create their final designs, helping people to understand World Vision’s work better. The needs around the world are still great, World Vision hope that everyone will do their part to raise awareness in creative ways and help children and communities to rise above poverty.

Photo taken from World Vision Facebook

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