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'Living with Nature' theme of Giao Mua fashion show
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Mar '06
With Ngo Thai Uyen's latest collection on the theme 'Living with Nature' (Song Voi Thien Nhien as in Vietnamese), more than 230 new designs will be launched at a fashion show Giao Mua (Season's Transition).

The show, organized by Dong Tay Promotion Company and Ho Chi Minh City Television will represent the designs of spring-summer season.

To reveal the cheerful spirit of nature, Uyen uses silk and taffeta, and her designs feature leaf and flower shapes and the colour is as bright as sunlight. Other natural elements like leaves, flowers, animals and birds cannot escape from the sight of Uyen.

Le Thanh Phuong is eagerly waiting to display his Ngay va Dem (Day and Night) collection with the dominance of white and black.

Phuong loves season's shift, the short but quiet time, and selected white to show purity and gentleness, and black to signify mystery of the night.

Another designer Duc Duy blends silk and taffeta to make modern and elegant in his Cua Nang (Colour of Sunlight) collection.

Fashion show has also attracted many familiar brand names, including Son Collection and Envy Fashion.

With satin and cotton, Son Collection and Envy Fashion will inject Hoa Ngay Nang (Flowers in Sunny Day) collection and Lung Linh Sac Mau (Colour Sparkling) with the merry feeling of a summer day.

The collections introduce party skirts and picnic clothes with bright and gentle colours, like white, pink and blue.

The fashion show will be more interesting with the participation of well-known models, such as Thanh Hang, Bang Lang, Tong Bach Thuy and Minh Anh.

The Giao Mua Gala Fashion show was held at the HCM City's Opera House yesterday night.


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