vietnam fashion industry
Culture, lifestyle and fashion links between Vietnam and Europe will be promoted under a Memorandum of Understanding signed this week by the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham Vietnam) and the Aquafina Vietnam International Week.
The Vietnamese fashion market has seen more international brands such as H&M, Zara, and Uniqlo. There are currently more than 200 foreign fashion brands from mid-range to high-end that have official stores in Vietnam.
Internationally renowned designer Nguyen Cong Tri has released his Spring-Summer 2022 collection, emphasising refined tailoring and simplified silhouettes, in HCM City.
Young designer Tai Le recently stirred up the fashion industry in Vietnam by opening a store in HCM City. He is a graduate of Parsons School of Design's Fashion School in New York City and received “Student Designer of the Year” award in 2017.
A large number of local and foreign models are taking to the catwalk as part of the ongoing Vietnam International Fashion Festival (VIFF) 2020 which is underway in Ho Chi Minh City, leaving a great impression on those in attendance.
Female fashion designer Thuy Nguyen will open an exhibition to celebrate her nine-year career in HCM City.
Customers wore protection masks lined up and had their temperature checked before selecting products during the opening of the fashion store of a brand from Japan this year.
Le Quynh Trang, chairperson of Vietnam International Fashion Week (VIFW), has recently been appointed chair of the Council of the ASEAN Fashion Designers (CAFD).
Global Fashion Co. Ltd., owner of the brand Vascara, has sold most of its shares to a Japanese partner.
Despite being the second-largest polluters in the world, fast-fashion brands are growing at a tremendous pace in Vietnam.
A number of local celebrities gathered together in Ho Chi Minh City on April 11 to take part in the opening ceremony of Aquafina Vietnam International Fashion Week (VIFW) 2019.