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Fashion shows to promote Vietnam’s tourism and heritage

A series of fashion shows, entitled ‘Buoc Chan Di San’ (Walking through Heritages) will be staged in famous tourist attractions across Vietnam to promote the country’s tourism potential and heritage.

The programme, co-hosted by stage director Hoang Cong Cuong and supermodel Ha Vy, will gather celebrated designers, including Huong Queen, la Pham, Kenny Thai, Helene Hoai, and Vu Viet Ha.

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Several Ao Dai designs to be featured at the fashion shows.

The designers will bring to the stage their latest designs inspired by the unique culture and art values of the host places.

The first show will be organised on October 20 at the Centre of Vietnamese Quintessential Craft Villages, which is located in the heart of Bat Trang ancient pottery village in Gia Lam district, Hanoi.

The show will spotlight the time-honoured history and cultural value of the Bat Trang pottery village.

The next shows will be staged in popular destinations in Ninh Binh province, Mu Cang Chai district (Yen Bai province), and a catholic church in Hai Hau district (Nam Dinh province).

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Source: NDO

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