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June 14, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

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Sakon Hed group, designer and owner of various local brand works hand in hand to develop their home town. Not only because their products are cute but their intentions to recreate and pass on the local wisdom are powerful. Local products from Sakon Hed feature handicraft, including earthenware, cotton clothes, silk products and hand-woven knit clothes with nature bark dye.

Responsibility

From ordinary handicrafts, creating value and unique products as well as create a job to the locals. The new generation of Sakon Nakhon people chooses to come back and carry out a simple lifestyle in the hometown and create work under the name Sakon Hed.

Business Case

The ‘Sakonhed’ or Sakon Made is the collaboration of young Sakon Nakhon natives with various talents and skills, such as weaving, dyeing, smallscale farming and design, all of whom wish to return to their native I-san homeland. The central concept of all 12 brands is to showcase the region’s gentle, environmental and self-sufficient way-of-life through local food, arts and craft.

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Sakon Hed group, designer and owner of various local brand works hand in hand to develop their home town. Not only because their products are cute but their intentions to recreate and pass on the local wisdom are powerful. Local products from Sakon Hed feature handicraft, including earthenware, cotton clothes, silk products and hand-woven knit clothes with nature bark dye.

From ordinary handicrafts, creating value and unique products as well as create a job to the locals. The new generation of Sakon Nakhon people chooses to come back and carry out a simple lifestyle in the hometown and create work under the name Sakon Hed.

The ‘Sakonhed’ or Sakon Made is the collaboration of young Sakon Nakhon natives with various talents and skills, such as weaving, dyeing, smallscale farming and design, all of whom wish to return to their native I-san homeland. The central concept of all 12 brands is to showcase the region’s gentle, environmental and self-sufficient way-of-life through local food, arts and craft.

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