Trach Xa Craft Village (Ung Hoa, Ha Noi) is not only famous for skillful tailors but also for men who are considered more dexterous than women.
Knowhow of a perfect Vietnamese traditional ‘ao dai’ comes to the tailors in Hanoi's suburb village almost naturally, contributing to enhancing the beauty of the Vietnamese women.
Born and raised in Europe but Liisi has a special passion for Vietnamese Ao Dai (traditional gown) and Vietnamese silk products.
A number of local beauty queens who have won the Miss Universe Vietnam pageant in previous years appear incredible in a photo collection taken in order to celebrate the upcoming Year of the Buffalo.
Trach Xa Village in Ung Hoa suburban district of Hanoi is famous for the craft of tailor-made Ao Dai (Vietnamese traditional long dresses), an epitome of Vietnamese culture.
Renowned local designer Bao Bao unveiled his latest Ao Dai fashion collection to those in attendance at Aquafina Vietnam International Fashion Week 2020 which recently took place in Ho Chi Minh City.
Talking about traditional Vietnamese clothing, people often think of the “ao dai” or “long dress” which embodies Vietnam’s rich culture and history.
The finalists of the Miss Vietnam pageant were joined by the winners from previous years as they put their charming beauty on display in an Ao Dai, show during the contest’s final night held in HCMC on November 20.
A performance with more than 1,000 Ao dai by 21 Vietnamese designers took place at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi recently. The program aims at honoring Ao dai as Vietnam’s intangible cultural heritage.
A design contest aimed at selecting a suitable national costume for Khanh Van at the upcoming Miss Universe 2020 pageant is proving popular,
An Ao Dai, the nation’s traditional long dress, fashion show which features Vietnamese cultural heritage through UNESCO took place at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi on June 28.