Art & Culture : Vietnamese Fashion designer Thuy Nguyen drops new collection inspired by northern attire

Must See In Vietnam Editor love the collections of the eccentric and prolific fashion designer Thuỵ NGuyen. Today we offer you Thuy’s latest collection and we invite you to visit Thuy Design House.

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Known and recognised for her multidisciplinary creative practice, entrepreneurship and distinct aesthetic, Thuy Nguyen is one of Vietnam’s most celebrated designers and a leader in Vietnam’s emerging and rapidly growing fashion industry.

Vietnamese fashion designer Thuy Nguyen’s new collection titled “To Hong” (Pink Silk) features patterns and bold designs of northwest culture.

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Model Kieu Anh plays the role of an ethnic girl in a colorful outfit, posing in the middle of the majestic mountains and immense forests. Photos by Minh Nhon – Article posted in E.VnExpress.net
The harmonious lifestyle between the mountainous people and nature is clearly shown by the designer’s use of colors, including blue and green, suggesting the interference between overlapping mountains and cloudy sky. These are also two prominent colors often used in traditional Thai clothing. Photos by Minh Nhon – Article posted in E.VnExpress.net
Kieu Anh depicts the image of a Thai girl sitting contemplatively on the doorstep. Accessories and flower-studded paper fans create interesting accents for the mountainous-region-inspired outfit. Photos by Minh Nhon – Article posted in E.VnExpress.net
Thuy Nguyen said that the pink thread embroidered on the Pieu scarf of the Thai ethnic group gives her a lot of fashion inspiration. Photos by Minh Nhon – Article posted in E.VnExpress.net
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Thuy Nguyen used soft fabrics and baggy designs to create comfort and ease for the wearer. Photos by Minh Nhon – Article posted in E.VnExpress.net
The designer used patterns like flowers, deer, birds and stars that are often linked to the northwestern region’s traditional attire throughout her collection. Photos by Minh Nhon – Article posted in E.VnExpress.net
Every little detail gives each design a sophisticated, delicate and distinct look. Photos by Minh Nhon – Article posted in E.VnExpress.net
The collection uses different materials like brocade, lace, satin and unique accessories. Photos by Minh Nhon – Article posted in E.VnExpress.net
With a creative practice spanning diverse disciplines including painting, art installations and design, Nguyen has been a consistent champion of traditional Vietnamese culture and her collections have drawn inspiration from vintage textiles, decorative arts, mid-century ceramics, 20th century paintings by artists such as Mai Trung Thứ (1906-1980), Lê Phổ (1907-2001) and Trần Văn Cẩn (1910-1994), students of the École Supérieure des Beaux Arts de l’Indochine, polaroid photographs from the 1960s and 70s as well as the áo dài, Vietnam’s iconic national dress and other traditional accessories. VISIT THUỴ DESIGN HOUSE : http://www.thuydesignhouse.com 👀
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