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Adrian Anh Tuấn introduces Fall-Winter fashion collection


Adrian Anh Tuấn introduces Fall-Winter fashion collection

HCM CITY — Famous fashion designer Adrian Anh Tuấn has introduced his Fall-Winter 2021 collection in HCM City. 

The collection, Hẹn Hò (Making A Date), features 40 ready-to-wear designs for women in Vietnamese and foreign materials. Shoes and accessories are also included. 

Silk scarves, handbags and tote bags in leather and canvas are among the top designer’s creative sources of inspiration. They have been created by Tuấn since he entered the industry 14 years ago.

Tuấn used purple and pink-purple to highlight his designs.

Tuấn is very known for women’s ready-to-wear designs with his brand Valenciani. He has presented the latest styles and trends in many fashion shows at home and abroad, such as Đẹp Fashion Show, Elle Fashion Show and Vietnam International Fashion Week.

He has shops in Ha Noi and HCM City. 

In June 2016, he debuted his collection called The Superstar in California. The collection highlights the beauty of modern Vietnamese women.

The catwalk fashion show in California featured 50 models, including Vietnamese top models Thanh Hằng and Le Hằng. 

All proceeds from the event were used for fresh water projects for children living in remote areas in Viet Nam. 

“Through my fashion, I hope to raise awareness among people worldwide for the need to conserve fresh water and keep the seas clean,” Tuấn said.

 In 2017, Tuấn released Away We Know-Things we do for love, a collection of 50 designs to mark his 10 year-career in HCM City. 

The collection included charming and elegant designs in a 1960s style.

“Each design from my latest collection, Hẹn Hò, reflects my view of a matter at that time,” said Tuấn. “My designs bring stories, dreams and messages that I have gained during my journey.” 

“I wanted to highlight Vietnamese culture and lifestyle through my collections,” the 41-year-old said. — VNS

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