It was a serene morning in Mahidol University’s Salaya Campus, filled with
beautiful melodies that hinted our arrival at the College of Music.
It was a special day because actress “Mew” Nittha Jirayungyurn, who recently got married around the beginning of 2020, joined our fashion shoot, along with students of the College of Music to represent a special project by King Power under “King Power Thai Power” together with Mahidol University’s College of Music, the Thailand International Wind Symphony Competition 2020, now in its third year, to win a trophy from His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun.
Thailand’s top stylist Sanshai Jirat Subpisankul decorated the music room with piano, cello, flute, and violin, and Mew was dressed in classic and elegant clothes. Her make-up was minimal in monochrome, with her lips as the focus point, for a classic look befitting the classical music instruments which are the highlight of this shoot.
“For this fashion set, the focus is the College’s band, as we want to show that Mahidol University teaches classical music and joins King Power in the wind symphony competition. We used orchestra instruments in our set to show that every band member must work really hard in order to perform a perfect song for the audience. The shoot took place in this music practice room, which is not luxurious but goes well with the classical instruments and orchestra,” said Sanshai.
The instruments, musicians and model were all set, ready to transport everyone into the melodious world of classical music.
While Mew is not a professional musician, she had done her research on music and was able to pose like a real musician. She also supported music lovers, especially classical music fans who want to pursue their dreams, to join the Thailand International Wind Symphony Competition 2020 to showcase their skills, no matter what their age or nationality, as long as they have music in their heart.
“I want to encourage everyone who loves music to join this special competition. It doesn’t matter if you win or not — this is a great opportunity to follow your dreams for anyone who loves music.”