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Thiri Tun (Ariel Thi)

I am originally from Burma and now live and work in Milano.

Dagon University awarded me a bachelor’s degree in philosophy (Myanmar). I received a Foundation in Fashion Design and Marketing from Regent Academy, a recognized higher education in the United Kingdom, as well as Fashion Design & Dress-Making in PWFA (Thailand). I also acquired a diploma in Accademia della Moda from Milan (IELFS). Additionally, I achieved Professional Fashion Styling in UAL ( UK ) and Parsons Fashion Industry Essentials and have been a Fashion Director at Third Gen Empire Art Campus as well as a self-employed fashion stylist and image consultant. I am now studying for a double master’s in fashion brand and communication management at the Milano Fashion Institute.

I am associated with Edward Institute as an Associate Lecturer and have worked as a Course Leader for the Fashion Design Program for 4 years at Third Gen Empire Art Campus. My opinion that Fashion and Design education is the only instrument for Myanmar’s transformation pushed me to develop ThirdGenEmpireArtAcademy, an online archive with the primary goal of quickly distributing information about current and future educational systems for Myanmar nationals.

As a fashion stylist and consultant, I can help people cultivate a professional or updated appearance. I could work with businesses and/or individual clients to make changes to their looks, communication skills, and behavior. Many consultants specialize in a particular area, such as clothing, social etiquette, or public speaking. So do I!

As a style coach, I would like to tell you that looking and feeling your best with confidence through your appearance can actually be easy, whatever your lifestyle.

My client list includes local celebrities and regular people, and my editorial work has been published in local and commercial (TVC) (wardrobe styling).

I’m available for commissions, collaborations, and editorial work in Milan and abroad.

Collaborative design is a process that brings together different ideas, roles, and team members to create new products.

Start your own clothing line with these tips on how to create a cut-and-sewn collection. From simple printed apparel to an entire collection, I will show you how to start a clothing line from the ground up. Start by creating a Pinterest board of ideas for what you want to make.

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