Aspiring and professional artists of Vietnam are invited to showcase their creative side in a call to artists for the Hanoi Open Exhibition, presented by Work Room Four. The event—held from Sept 26 to Oct 13—is open to all artists amateur and professional who are 18 years or older to submit their best work before Sept 15.
Anupa Horvil is at the centre of the forward-thinking Anupa craft line of fashion products, working in cow and chicken leather, and now… fish leather?
Paeonia Dream is the first exhibition under the banner of San Art Productions x Phuong My, a collaborative initiative between San Art and the Phuong My fashion empire.
Following her successful launch in May, Masooma Kachelo’s fun, easy to wear dresses, jumpsuits, pants and tops are still flying off the racks at contemporary home decor store Module 7.
Lucie Brochard’s new line of comfortable yet classy wardrobe items was materialised in the space between Ho Chi Minh City and Paris, where she identified a need for travel clothes to be both snug and stylish. The line emphasises a feminine silhouette, while incorporating tricks from men's tailoring at the same time.
Starting off as a skate shop in Hanoi, Boo has extended its reach. Already with a number of outlets around the capital, one has now opened in Ho Chi Minh City.
Following the opening of well-known American brand, Johnston & Murphy, on the third floor of Vincom Center A (Vincom Eden), the iconic footwear company is offering a promotion until Dec. 31, 2012.
Just in time for the holiday season, socially responsible laptop bag company Ethnotek, will be having a factory sale for Saigon residents from Nov. 30 until Dec. 15.
If you're fed up of a lack of dating options in the city, a speed dating and networking night comes to the city on Jun 22 from 6.30pm until 9.30pm.