The contest was a true melting pot of talent, with designers from 13 countries and 100 models from across Asia coming together to showcase their skills. Countries represented included Vietnam, Japan, China, the Republic of Korea, and Malaysia, each bringing their unique cultural flair to the event.

One of the standout stars of the show was the Hanoi-born model, who graced the catwalk as the vedette of the Ethereal collection. With confident strides and a captivating presence, she left a lasting impression on the international audience, solidifying her place in the fashion industry.

Tra My, born in 1994, is a multi-talented individual known for her singing prowess and beauty. My rose to fame after winning consecutive titles of Miss Photo Hanoi 2019 and Miss Hanoi 2022, captivating audiences with her grace and charm.

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