Kremlin Palace featured on Vietnamese Ao Dai

A Vietnamese Ao dai collection featuring the Kremlin Palace and some other famous examples of Russian architecture have just been introduced in Russia.

18 alumni of Russian Language Department from Hanoi University of Foreign Language Education joined in a fashion show introducing two Ao Dai collections by designer Minh Hanh in Russia on June 10.

On June 10, 18 alumni of Russian Language Department from Hanoi University of Foreign Language Education, who are amateur models from Australia, the Netherlands, and Vietnam, joined in a fashion show introducing two Ao Dai collections by designer Minh Hanh in Russia.


Miss Vietnam 2010 Ngoc Han and some top models of Russia and Vietnam also joined in the fashion show titled Colours of Viet Nam at the State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow.


The Ao Dais have images of the Kremlin Palace and some other Russian typical architectural works.

 

The special event has won praise and admiration from Russian audience and Vietnamese expatriates.


Speaking about the event, the alumni said that more than 30 years have passed, but their hearts and love for Russia remain intact as the good old days.


"The event has also helped promote the image of Vietnam, the land and people to the wider world," they said. Dtinews

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