No drama, Ms. Praises “Lisa” to bring Thai culture to the fore.  show off the eyes of the world

September 13, 2021 by archyde

from the previousCriticismof some people toThe suitability of the headdress or siraporn at Lalisa Manoban or Lisa Thai blood singer One of the members of BLACKPINK, South Korea. put in the performance of her MV song “LALISA” until it became a sensation around the world.

Latest date 12 Sept. Mr. Prasop Riengngern, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Culture as a spokesperson for the Ministry of Culture Said that the Ministry of Culture (W.T.) would like to express their appreciation to Lisa and Thai designers. who is the designer of the headpiece that Lisa wears in the MV This is a good example of how cultural capital can be leveraged with creativity in Thai fashion design. Making Thai arts and culture and Thai fashion design well known and distributed to the world.

In the past, WAT has promoted and brought cultural capital in various forms. and has driven policies to promote industrial culture and creative economy By bringing the values ​​of culture to create products and services (Creative Culture) to increase economic value. Generate income from tourism and cultural services for the community and the nation in a sustainable way. Especially the potential cultural industries of Thailand, or 5F, include food (Food), movies and videos (Film), Thai fashion design (Fashion), Thai martial arts (Fighting), and Thai traditional festivals (Festival).

Therefore, bringing cultural capital to build on by bringing creativity considered a good thing Because it will allow people who watch the mv to see the beauty of Thai culture in a contemporary form. at the designer and Lisa has been presented to match the era and reach the new generation

No drama, Ms. Praises “Lisa” to bring Thai culture to the fore.  show off the eyes of the world

Dr. Surat Chongda, Acting Assistant to the President, Bunditpatanasilpa Institute And the professor of Bunditpatanasilpa Institute said that the headdress or siraporn that Lalisa or Lisa put on display is called “Rudklao Yod” is a siraporn accompanying Thai performances. Craftsmen have created many types of siraporn from the past to the present. can be applied as appropriate

Siraphon Pradub that is a creative work of art or applied art inspired by ancient craftsmanship as a cultural capital that leads to international development. Which is a siraporn for performances created since the Ayutthaya period At present, there are new creations. used in a variety of performances This is a craftsmanship that creates income from making jewelry for the show.

However, the difference between Chada and top tiara in the performing arts Chada will wear a monk character, tall size, with the same frame, face and ears. wear a cover on the head

For tiara Yod, it is Siraporn, an ornament for her. will be worn on the center of the head and decorated with flowers

As for headdresses, such as the Chada, the crown and the tiara, are the official symbols of the show that make foreigners think of Thailand. It is a unique identity that is beautiful, spectacular, which even foreign ambassadors who visited Thailand in the past. It was also mentioned, including theatrical performances. Ballet in Europe and the United States The headdress is also used in the same way. accompanying the show as well

No drama, Ms. Praises “Lisa” to bring Thai culture to the fore.  show off the eyes of the world

No drama, Ms. Praises “Lisa” to bring Thai culture to the fore.  show off the eyes of the world

No drama, Ms. Praises “Lisa” to bring Thai culture to the fore.  show off the eyes of the world

No drama, Ms. Praises “Lisa” to bring Thai culture to the fore.  show off the eyes of the world

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Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

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