The background of the series is designed based on the wild and green beauty of the Central Highlands mountain forest. The great blue color helps H’Hen Niê (center) and the children stand out with their multi-tone outfits.
Director Nguyen Hung Phuc said the photography theme this time will help students learn about the beauty and characteristics of traditional costumes of Vietnamese peoples.
H’Hen Niê played a supporting role in the children’s models when making the photo shoot to promote Asian Kids Fashion Week.
Brocade fabric in many mountainous areas of the Central Highlands and Northwest is skillfully handled by designer Wuan Phan on many costumes.
Vietnamese fashion house takes original dresses of ethnic groups Ede, Ba Na, Thai, Cham, Khmer … to bring many eye-catching dresses for children.
Thai national costumes are gently stylized by coordinating brocade patterns on the layout of the shirt – skirt.
Thai festive costumes for children are transformed with a velvet blouse handle, a skirt with embroidered flowers and a brocade head scarf.
The familiar dress of Cham women during the Katê festival also has a children’s version to color the photo set.
The series was made with the support of production organization Nguyen Quan, photographer Nguyen Duong, Wuan Phan costumes, makeup and hairdressing team Phuoc Loi, graphic design The Anh, instructor
HUNG NGUYEN – LINKPIZ.COM