MEDC designers 2017.

Seila Polham.

My name is Polham Seila and I am the Principal Founder of Khmer Artisanry.

Khmer Artisanry was established in 2007 with a group of just a few skilled weavers who were survivors of the Khmer Regime. We worked with them in order to help revive the tradition of natural dyeing and hand weaving of Khmer golden silks and cottons of ikat textile. Now we are working closely with poor woman, disabled woman and widow woman in the villages of Cambodia.

Vannary San.

Lotus Silk is a Social Enterprise, owned and run by Cambodian Woman Entrepreneur Vannary San, formed with the intention of bringing social economic justice, inclusive, and sustainable fashion house. We create handmade clothing and accessories using ethically sourced and sustainable fabrics with a team of talented, in-house store tailors.

Suphearac Try.

I am trained as a highly-skilled woodcarver and now director of Watthan Artisans Cambodia; an intuitive designer with a wealth of local expertise across the local hand-generated product sector. One of my recent development objectives is to expand the skill and employment opportunities and increase regular incomes to the producers.

Samnang Kang.

Beautiful, unique jewelry; handcrafted with love. We believe in honest design, fair trade and the empowering of women through business. Khmer Creations looks forward to creating brighter futures with you. Outstanding designs for various occasions - feminine and casual at the same time.



  • Wood Elements from old furniture ( Watthan association, Disability worker)

  • Left Over Silk from Production Artisanry / Fairweave

  • Recycle Button from second hand clothes

  • Left over cutter from carpenter

  • Silk left over yarn , natural dyed yarn

Sam Ath Cheng.

I am Cheng SamAth, the director of Cam-Arts (Cambodia Artisan). Cam-Arts is a shop that aims to promote Khmer local handicrafts all around Cambodia such as silk, cotton and water hyacinth products such as fabric, blanket, fashion and accessory. 

With the main objective of identification, revival development of handicraft and hand looms ikat textile of Cambodia. It has been possible to develop handloom of ikat textile products continuous process of providing design.

Chanveasna Nhean.

I am Chanveasna Nhean, designer at the MEDC.

During the course I went through the whole development process of a collection as a Fashion Designer – from visualizing creative ideas to conceptual drawings and finally to optimal garment design and production. This collection I would like to show about Khmer traditional innovation motif to the world by hand–woven technique with a timeless and elegance style appealing to confident global women for business and leisure.

Simheang Tex.

I am an entrepreneur and a member of CWEA (Cambodia Women Entrepreneurs Association). A self-motivated individual who made up myself on my own. Moreover, I am an owner of TSH Preikabas handicraft, whose products is hand-woven silk fabrics and cottons hand-woven by Cambodian Artisans.

I am designing tailored made clothing hand-woven by poor women in the villages that carry the tradition of Cambodia. Preikabas Handicrafts mission is to encourage and promote growth in the art of weaving fabric by rural women in Cambodia. Preikabas  Handicrafts was started in March 2016, to pursue my passion for Cambodian weavers and weaves. I have a strong urge to uplift the lives of the women in rural Cambodia by promoting the growth and usage of the fabric woven by these women.

Kim Monyroth.

My experiences started since 2013 which I participated in various fashion shows and appearing in a music video showcasing my very own designs.


Previously, I got an internship with JUSTEEN MAGAZINE as a photo-shoot assistant and a researcher on trends and fashions. In these position, I am assigned to rearranged the theme and looks according to the trends in each decades.


In addition, I am currently working on a project for SRO TUN MUN SNE movie costume design which will be released in the up coming month.

Vannak Eng.

I am a graduate from Limkokwing University of Cambodia Technology in Fashion Design and Business innovation. I'm working as a pattern maker and garment technician at Fairsew. I want to make a unique and wearable design.

As the chance to participate in the MEDC I created a collection from Cambodian materials in a modern design wich is on 2017 trends. Fabrics are silk and cotton with khmer pattern making by Cambodian women and manufacturers. I want to hanve the chance to advertise Cambodian products to the world with my design.

Meimei Lav.

I am passionate and dedicated to surpassing customer expectations about the fashion industry, I wish to expand my skills by working with a dedicated and innovative team of designers. My goal is to assist in bringing current international fashion trends to the Cambodia market, developing unique Cambodian styles, and providing beautiful and practical clothes to the public.

I am a well-rounded Fashion Designer familiar with the complete product creation life cycle, from initial concept to retail sale.

Vichiraviny Sok.

The Collection was inspired by the 2017 trendy mixture of the off shoulder, chic, simple yet elegant look. The color is the mixture between summer, earthy but also not too bright to indulge in winter weather.

Blossoms was made with local produced fabrics, local sheers, organza, organic dye from tree roots, mud and flowers etc. Fabrics was sourced from Goel Community and Wat Than Community, both run as organizations to help raise and provide knowledge to women whom most are elder people, divorcee, social victims, the know –how to weave fabric, dye and cut etc. Their community raise income help alots to those who are in needs, a home and something that they can rely on and relate to.

Blossoms Collection also made a small part of contributions to the communities by helping to promote locally produced fabrics and promote their existence.

Ranet Sieng.

My name is Ranet Sieng. My final collection at Raffles International College of Bangkok, was about  Cambodia silk and women. It’s about reviving all Cambodian silk textiles with organic colours in Siem Reap. For the mood I like to combine various techniques and inspiration to create to a new idea, that is called contemporary concept It is mean fashion designer need to expanding on other field of fashion related such as textile design skill ,that is can communicate to desire style and trend .. As I am a Cambodian fashion designer, and what I wish for is want to bring all Cambodian fashion back and lead it to international.

Bibi Lath-Rath.

I enjoy self learning and I am a do-it-yourself kind of girl. To me, fashion is about creating art in the form of clothing. Aside from being a Fashion Designer, I love to Indulge in all form of creative activities such as painting, drawing, and photography.

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