Miss Vietnam and top model in ao dai
Miss Vietnam 2010 Ngoc Han and leading model Ngoc Quyen appear in two new collections of ao dai, designed by Ngoc Han herself and Lien Huong.
VietNamNet Bridge - Miss Vietnam 2010 Ngoc Han and leading model Ngoc Quyen appear in two new collections of ao dai.
|Miss Vietnam Ngoc Han.
|Model Ngoc Quyen in ao dai designed by Lien Huong.
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