A photo exhibition, initiated by fashion stylist Vo Thuong, is on display to feature Vietnamese women’s beauty in traditional dress. There are 50 photos featuring ten famous beauties, including
Every ao dai is custom made, accounting for the fit that creates such a flattering look. Early versions of the ao dai date back to 1744 when Lord Vu Vuong of the Nguyen Dynasty decreed both men
Rapidly becoming the national costume for ladies,ao dai development is actually very short compared to the country's history. Young girls wear pure white, fully lined outfits symbolizing their
The Ao Dai is famously known to ‘cover everything, but hide nothing,’ and it perfectly accentuates the long, lithe body possessed by Vietnamese women. The Ao Dai is the most
In Viet Nam, the ao dai is the traditional dress for women.The ao dai is considered to be an elegant, yet demure, garment. Historically, Vietnamese men dressed ao dai in mandarin style
In this post, we introduce you ao dai styles which the Vietnamese runner - Nguyen Ngoc Kieu Khanh wore in Miss World contest 2010. These ao dai styles are designed by the designer Vo Viet Chung.