Message From Fashion Design Program Leader
Dr. Eve CHAN
Congratulations to the class of 2023 graduates!
As your Fashion Design Program Leader, I am thrilled to announce the upcoming graduation exhibition that will take place at the exhibition hall of the institute. This exhibition will revolve around the theme of “Overture,” which sets the tone for the grand opening of your careers in the fashion industry. I anticipate witnessing the exceptional collections from both finalists and non-finalists of the graduating class.
Throughout your time at THEi, you have demonstrated unwavering commitment and dedication to studies, and we have witnessed your growth and development into talented and capable individuals. Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic in the past few years, your perseverance and diligence have been reflected in your collections, and we are excited to share your achievements with the world.
The theme of “Overture” embodies the idea of a grand opening, a prelude to what is to come. It is an appropriate theme chosen for this exhibition as it marks the beginning of your careers in the fashion industry. This event will provide a platform to showcase your creative skills, innovations, and capabilities to potential employers and clients.
As you embark on this new chapter of your life, I encourage you to continue to channel your surging passion and energy into your future work. Remember every obstacle is an opportunity to mature and breakthrough in your problem-solving approaches. We have no doubt that you will make valuable contributions to the fashion industry. Your success will be an inspiration to future generations of fashion designers, and we eagerly expect to see all that you will achieve.
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate each and every one of you on this important milestone in your career. The entire faculty and staff of THEi are incredibly proud of your accomplishments, and we wish you every success in your future endeavours.
Dr. Eve CHAN
Fashion Design Programme Leader