02/10/2016 22:28 GMT+7 Email Print Like 0

“Limitless” Fashion Show

Dozens of creative and trendy fashion designs by 15 designers from the London College for Design and Fashion Studies-Hanoi showcased at the Fashion Show and Exhibition 2016 entitled “Limitless” left a long-lasting impression on fashion lovers in Hanoi.
At the event, fifteen graduates introduced to the audience their collections, inspired by western culture with eco lichen dyes, Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, Russian Matryoshka dolls and oriental features with oriental dragons and mimes.

Through their creative designs made from various materials, the designers surprised the viewer with the harmony of different cultures.



Designs in “Dia Y” collection by Nguyen Thu Trang for women who have creativeness, strong personalities and love nature.


The collection by Hoang Dung Tu with overwhelming images of famous painter Frida with subtropical flowers.

A collection for customers, from 18-35 years old, who are keen on art.

Designer Luu Huyen Trang with designs of classical colours and digital printing.

The collection by Tran Thuy Tien shows creativeness and femininity through colourful patterns.

Designs by Pham Ky Duyen are inspired by Spanish culture.

Designs by Mai Dieu Vi are suitable for those, from 19 to 24, who like street costumes with bright colours and hip hop.

Designs by Dang Khanh Linh.

15 collections mainly target young customers.

The collection by Hoang Dung Tu reflected a modern punk style inspired by famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo.  Using digital printing with pattern embroideries on Matryoshka dolls, Tran Thuy Tien created the “Russian Dolls” collection which targets customers who like creativeness and femininity.  Mai Dieu Vi brought the catwalk her collection “Tam Than An Giao” with designs of different bright colours inspired from genies, dances and the culture of India. There were also collections showing the latest fashion trend, that were dynamic and youthful, namely “Hoi hoa” by Tran Thi Kieu Trinh, “Hinh the da bao” by Nguyen Dieu My Linh, “Di Biet” by Do Hong Hanh and “Cam Hung Tay Ban Nha” by Pham Ky Duyen.

There was the impressive collection by designer Nguyen Thu Trang which revealed the charm and mystery of women and strong characters of men, the collection by Nguyen Ngoc Huyen with glossy leather designs of black colour, and the collection by Luu Huyen Trang directed to women working in creative sectors.

The event opened an opportunity for designers to exchange, meet enterprises and learn about the market’s pragmatic demand.


A design in the  “Dia y” collection.

A design by Nguyen Thu Trang with bright colours.


A deisgn in the  collection by Hoang Dung Tu which is the combination of street and party styles..


Designer Hoang Dung Tu uses silk and taffeta with
bright colours in her designs.


A design in the collection by Tran Thi Kieu Chinh which is
is inspired from painting.


A design in the collection by Tran Thi Kieu Chinh which is
is inspired from painting.



A modern design by Ngoc Huyen.


Designs made from glossy leather, fur and nhung with a black colour.


The design by Luu Huyen Trang shows the beauty of women.


A design of classical style.


A sesign by Tran Thuy Tien is inspired by traditional Russian dolls, Matryoshka.


Tran Thuy Tien combines traditional Russian cultural patterns using digital printing, beads and embroidery.


Designs by Nguyen Hai Binh inspired by pantomime artists..


Designs with a harmony of materials.


A  design by Nguyen Hai Binh for those who love art.


A designs by Mai Dieu Vi inspired by Indian culture.



A design by Mai Dieu Vi is inspired by Indian culture.


Designer Mai Dieu Vi uses digital printing patterns and materials of taffeta, organza and metallic.


The collection by Dang Khanh Linh inspired by the ocean..


Digital printing is applied to designs.

 
Story: Ngan Ha - Photos: Tran Thanh Giang