The designer kicks off the fashion event with his collection, “Masterpiece of Water,” embracing the theme of #FashionEvolution. The showcase aims to promote the sustainability of Vietnam’s fashion industry, a key focus for the designer.

This collection, with its unique approach to design, symbolizes revival and recycling. Small, fragmented materials and leftover fabric pieces are transformed into stunning designs with eye-catching 3D visual effects.

Le Hang, first runner-up of Miss Universe Vietnam 2015, and Kim Duyen, first runner-up at Miss Universe Vietnam 2019, grace the runway, showcasing the exquisite designs of Adrian Anh Tuan.

H’Hen Nie captivates the audience with her charming presence, donning a creation by the talented designer Adrian Anh Tuan.

Bui Quynh Hoa, a notable presence in the fashion industry, attends the event, adding to the glamour and significance of the occasion.

Italian designer Maria Giovanna Costa presents her “Dragon” collection, adding an international flair to the event. The fashion showcase, lasting until June 16, features a diverse range of designers and fashion brands, both local and international.
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