"My Colors", introduced at Vietnam International Fashion Week in Ho Chi Minh City on December 3, includes streetwear outfits, an "area" rarely touched by Cong Tri, who typically focuses on complex dresses and gowns.
Tri was largely inspired by daily life, in which people yearn to reveal true colors while caught in the rat race.More than 30 outfits in the collection have simple white, blue, and red motifs.In the second half of the collection, Tri presents 70 outfits with diverse designs, materials and colors.
Oversized outfits and relaxed pants, popular items in the 90s, make their return to the runway.
Miss Vietnam 2016 Do My Linh dons a white oversized top and pants on the runway.
Miss Vietnam 2020 Do Thi Ha (L) made her first runway appearance.Costumes with sequins and knitted details are Tri's signature.
Hats, thick chain necklaces, sandals, and white sneakers help boost that popular 90s vibe.
Leather patterns, bras-over-shirts, knitted dresses, and cutout shirts are all includes in Tri's latest collection.
Cong Tri and his muse, model Thanh Hang, on the runway.
Photos by Team Kieng Can.
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