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In pictures: VN Project Runway champion makes impressive debut in Paris

 VietNamNet Bridge - On September 28, in the Tiffany Fashion Show Paris 2013, the winner of the Vietnam Project Runway 2013 - Hoang Minh Ha successfully introduced his collection Black Rose and received a lot of praises from international experts.

VietNamNet Bridge - On September 28, in the Tiffany Fashion Show Paris 2013 held at the Marriot Hotel on the famous Avenue of Champs Elysees, the winner of the Vietnam Project Runway 2013 - Hoang Minh Ha successfully introduced his collection Black Rose and received a lot of praises from international experts.




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Kha My Van was the only Vietnamese model in the show and she was the vedette. Van is the runner-up of the Vietnam’s Next Top Model 2013.


 

 

 

 

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The Tiffany Fashion Show Paris 2013 took place from September 27 to 29. Hoang Minh Ha Vietnam was the only Vietnamese representative at the event.


 

 

 

 

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Minh Ha brought to this fashion week the designs that are inspired by the glamorous and mysterious women like the beautiful black roses with sharp thorns.


 

 

 

 

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The young designer received many compliments from other designers and models who participated in the event for his tailoring techniques and very professional attitude.


 

 

 

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Hoang Minh Ha received many compliments from professionals. After the show, he received the first orders from foreign customers. This is a good sign and the concrete evidence for the success of Hoang Minh Ha.


 

 

 

 

 

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Hoang Minh Ha and Kha My Van.


 

 

 

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Designer Tiffany McCall, the founder of the Tiffany Fashion Week Paris joined Hoang Minh Ha on the stage to say hello to the audience.




 

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Hoang Minh Ha took photo with models.

 

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