The Hanoitimes - The Vietnam International Fashion Week (VIFW), one the most expected fashion shows in Vietnam, will be held in Hanoi for the second time on November 1 to 5
The fashion week will give fashionista an overview of the latest fashion trends and styles from Vietnamese & international designers, such as Thuy Nguyen, Devon Nguyen, Phuong My and others. Launched for the first time in 2014, the long-week fashion show is expected to connect Vietnamese designers to the world’s fashion industry.
Vietnam International Fashion Week to be held in Hanoi for the second time.
Organized twice per year, the Vietnam International Fashion Week meeting international standards has blown a new fresh air into Vietnam fashion industry and given a deep impression on devotees.
Last year, VIFW was be held in Hanoi with many Vietnamese and international designers. In 2016, the event was be held for the first time in Hanoi. This showcase is the most innovative, creative and impressive collections of elite local and international fashion designers, including Nguyen Cong Tri, Phuong My, Giao Linh and Thuy Nguyen.
VIFW comes to Hanoi after three highly successful Ho Chi Minh City seasons showcasing the most impressive collections by notable Vietnamese and international fashion designers and brands.
According to Le Thi Quynh Trang, the founder and president of VIFW, from now on, VIFW will host two shows per year, with Ho Chi Minh City presenting the Spring/Summer collections and Hanoi the Fall/Winter collections.
From its inception in 2014, the event has attracted millions of Vietnamese fashion-lovers and been highly regarded by the world’s fashion critics and followers,” she said. “It has also been seen as a key development in Vietnam’s fashion industry, which is regarded as one of the most dynamic emerging fashion markets in the world.”
“Thanks to VIFW, a number of local fashion designer names such as Hoang Minh Ha, Thuy Nguyen, Adrian Anh Tuan and Ly Giam Tien — as well as brands like Canifa, I Hate Fashion and Tiny Ink — have been popularised and gained a greater regional and international profile.”
“We are delighted to see the increasing popularity of VIFW reflected by audience support and media coverage through local and international channels. It is a clear indication of the success of the platform and an essential motivation for us to evolve the concept and push Vietnam’s fashion boundaries forward by organising two dedicated fashion weeks per year,” she said