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Thao Nhi Le named among world's 100 Most Beautiful Faces 2021

American film review site TC Candler has named Vietnamese model Thao Nhi Le among the 100 Most Beautiful Faces of 2021.

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Thao Nhi Le is listed among world's 100 Most Beautiful Faces 2021.

This year the local beauty came in at 67th in the Top 100, marking the second time that Thao Nhi Le has been honoured in the list after being ranked at 81st in 2020.

Born in 1994, Thao Nhi Le rose to prominence as a model, social media influencer, and fashion designer. Raised in a Vietnamese family in Germany, she followed her passion for fashion, which later encouraged her to pursue international retail fashion studies at Reutlingen University in Germany.

Le is popular on the social scene and often gets invited to act as a muse for fashion brands and commercial promotions.

The 27-year-old woman is renowned as a “rich kid” who captured attention on plenty of social media platforms with her alluring appearance, fine fashion taste, and showcasing “a life of everyone’s dream” via pictures featuring popular high-end fashion brands and luxury venues.

Topping the list is Korean singer Lisa, a member of well-known Korean band Blackpink, followed by Jennie, Rosé, and Jisoo of Blackpink, Thylane Blondeau, Gal Gadot, Ana De Armas, Emma Watson, Dilraba Dilmurat, and Ariana Grande.

Source: VOV

Thao Nhi Le listed among world's 100 Most Beautiful Faces of 2020

Thao Nhi Le listed among world's 100 Most Beautiful Faces of 2020

Model, influencer, and designer Thao Nhi Le, 26, has been named among the 100 Most Beautiful Faces of 2020, as announced on December 28 by TC Candler.

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