SONG has cast aside its trademark bohemian-chic for the light and airy pastels of its new cruise capsule — a timeless collection that will fit whenever you’re somewhere hot, wind-swept and relaxing.
Now you can do more than just decorate your home with Very Ngon Homewares — you can also wear them.
The collaborative creatives at Studio Co are putting on another fashion show this May 15, this time taking their high fashion a more different venue — the 9th floor decadence of OMG! Featured on their catwalk will be makers like La Fiancée du Facteur, Eloise in Saigon, Oui, Mademoiselle A, Meyrius, Nua and Ayano Otani. Come early for cocktails, then stay late for more.
Fashion designer to the celebrities and the rich and famous, Do Manh Cuong will be launching his new collection at a fashion show on Sunday Apr. 20.
Fashion brand Metiseko is soon to introduce their new line for Spring, just in time for Women’s Day.
Fashion designer MAS will be presenting her fall-winter collection, Road from Kabul, at Work Room Four (Zone 9, Tran Thanh Tong, Hai Ba Trung) on Dec. 9 at 7.30pm.
The Tahitian pearl — a stunning natural gem that is untouched by processing or dying — has long been difficult to come by in Vietnam.
Despite the lack of landscapes, the enthusiasm of Saigon photographers isn’t decreasing. From construction sites to bridges like Thu Thiem in District 2 or Anh Sao in District 7, from shopping malls like Parkson or The Crescent to alley cafés — to a nylon-made cherry blossom tree displayed at Vincom during Tet — any random backdrop can be an attraction. They come with iPhones and iPads, but few have the gear to get the most out of these weird scenes. And we were some of the few.
You often see aisle upon aisle of beauty products made up of indecipherable, “scientifically-proven to be effective” lists of ingredients with high price tags. It’s at once intimidating and convincing, and a complete turn-off for a self-proclaimed beauty junkie and health nut on a budget like myself. When you add that with the proliferation of questionable, cheap — and often imitation — products that exist without regulation, it only makes sense to make your own products at home. Like my food, I like things to be healthy and safe for the environment, as well as effective.
Studio Co, a collective of artisans, is opening their shop at 4 Le Van Mien, Q2, on Sep. 28, with photos from the collective’s photographers featured on the walls. Later at McSorley’s (4 Thao Dien, Q2) a fashion show will take place, featuring designs from the collective’s fashionistas.