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Designers Set New Trends for Spring/Summer

The Spring/Summer fashion trends for 2017 were decided after the closing of Vietnam International Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 (VIFW SS2017) in Gem Centre, Ho Chi Minh City.
VNIFW 2017 included a total of 21 shows featuring latest collections by Vietnamese, namely Ha Linh Thu, Chung Thanh Phong, Thuy Nguyen and Le Ha a and foreign designers from Germany, Australia, Portugal, Thailand,  South Korea and Israeli.

The catwalk, which was based on the scenery of Ho Chi Minh City, began with the collections of different styles from designers Xuan Thu (France), Betty Tran (Australia) and Chung Thanh Phong (Vietnam).

21 shows of VIFW SS 2017 setting the fashion trends for 2017.

An impressive look of VIFW SS 2017. Organised by Multimedia JSC, a leading agency in modelling and TV reality
show production, the event this year attracted attention from the international fashion community.

Portuguese designer Joao Rolo.

The show attracted participation from Vietnamese and international leading designers.

The “ Beautiful life” collection from Betty Tran (Australia).

The collections of “Story of the Heart” and “Beautiful Life”  by Xuan Thu and Betty Tran, respectively consist of  elegant, charming and romantic designs, whereas those in the “Mr Meuw” collection by Chung Thanh Phong are high applicable and help viewers look dynamic and youthful. 

Betty Tran with her“ Beautiful life” collection.
VIFW SS2017 also featured as many as 150 items worn by 100 fashion models from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. 

The “Illusion” collection from designer Thuy Nguyen (Vietnam).

The “Boudoir” collection from Portuguese designer Joao Rolo.

A collection from Israeli Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art. Shenkar,
opened in 1970 and was named after AryehShenkar, a pioneer in the Israeli textile industry.
The institute provides academic qualifications and R&D services for a modern industry.

The catwalk at Ho Chi Minh City was awash with exciting new trends; from '80s-inspirations, colours of fuchsia pink and canary yellow to new takes on sheer and ruffled textures.

The “Oriental Crazy Dot” collection from designer Ha Linh Thu (Vietnam).

The “Mr Meuw” collection from designer Chung Thanh Phong (Vietnam).

A collection from designer Xuan Thu Nguyen (France).
Story:  Nguyen Oanh - Photos:  Thong Hai