PolyU X HKFYG co-presents “#WYWT Fashion Show” Showcasing youth creativity in fashion for social good | Taiwan News

Gerard Ortiz

HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 25 July 2022 – On 16 July 2022, 20 young adults from susceptible and tough backgrounds, jointly with customers of the Youth Criminal offense Prevention Centre of The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Teams (HKFYG), introduced 20 manner collections they developed in collaboration with 76 college students from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), at the “#WYWT – What You Wear Tomorrow- Trend Exhibit”.

PolyU X HKFYG co-presents

The 20 youngsters glammed them selves up for the runway presentation of the layouts they experienced labored on alongside one another with the PolyU college students. The event vividly showcased the creativity and confidence of the members via their creations and aimed to really encourage additional of our younger technology to keep correct in everyday living.

The Display was co-organised by the PolyU School of Style and Textiles (SFT), (previously regarded as the Institute of Textiles and Clothes), the PolyU Services-mastering and Management Place of work and HKFYG. The concept was to unleash the teenagers’ resourceful possible and boost their self-self-confidence. The programme also authorized the PolyU pupils to utilize the practical abilities they experienced acquired on their courses and enrich their perception of social obligation through serving the community.

The Show was held at the HKFYG Making and Officiating Attendees at the kick-off ceremony provided Prof. Raymond WONG, Interim Dean of the SFT Prof. Eric CHUI, Head of Section of Utilized Social Science Mr Wilson CHAN, Deputy Government Director of HKFYG Dr Joe AU and Dr Joanne YIP, Affiliate Deans of the SFT.

The venture chief, Dr Jin LAM, who is also SFT Assistant Professor, reported, “Via #WYWT’, we hope that the young generation can produce the strengths and expertise in just by themselves and in other folks, and discover to value and have self-assurance in by themselves.

“Whilst connecting the group with the favourable , we believe that by using trend as a medium, by the co-designed outfits, the two the teenage individuals and the PolyU pupils would be equipped to fully specific their own exceptional values and prospective and pluck up the braveness to confront life’s troubles.”

Mr Wilson CHAN, Deputy Government Director of HKFYG remarked that, “I am a firm believer that all people has talent, and I am so content that this college student-led undertaking has given all the contributors the opportunity to showcase their creativeness and creativity. To participate in a course of action that encompasses each and every amount of style creation, from ideation to presentation, and by weaving artwork and trend together to highlight their tales, both the PolyU college students and the Federation’s teenage contributors have received a better understanding of their strengths, thoughts and feelings. This will go a extensive way in setting up up their self-confidence and creativeness.

Two of the participants, Yi and Hong, expressed their views on their participation.

Yi, who experienced dreamed of becoming a trainer when she was young, had to contend with a tricky household ecosystem, crammed with misunderstandings, bickering and higher expectations, which resulted in her turning out to be exceptionally pressured and exhibiting severe behaviour. Joining the #WYWT programme, Yi was in a position to realise her innermost views through textile artwork and included her principles into clothes style and design. In addition, by making use of the calligraphy abilities that she experienced acquired, Yi also expressed her feelings in exquisite literary type by creating a chrysanthemum poem to convey her hopes of pursuing her targets.

Hong grew up with a single father or mother lacking monetary and spiritual support, turning him into an introverted character. Even so, with his talent in sports and in specific biking, Hong had often desired to grow to be a specialist cyclist and put on cycling outfits he had intended himself to signify Hong Kong in international competitions. He was not able to do this without the need of ample resources and support. Nevertheless, functioning with his crew in the #WYWT programme, Hong was able to combine his ideas into the garments style and design. Therefore, he was capable to show his willpower by overcoming difficulties and difficulties, and convey himself boldly via his structure and styling, while participating in a exceptional working experience that he says has enriched his lifetime.

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