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Vo Viet Chung



Award-Winning Vietnamese Celebrity Designer Vo Viet Chung, presented his most recent inspired collection for Spring 2015 at Couture Fashion Week in New York.

With an eye for trends and a distinctive original style, Vo Viet Chung, has firmly established his name worldwide and operates two highly successful boutiques in Vietnam. Each garment is impeccably crafted to perfection with keen attention to detail. His vision is to create unique and exclusive one-of-a-kind pieces with the highest quality materials and a refined finish. He is known for his glamorous, elegant and sophisticated creations which reflect an amalgam of classic and traditional Vietnamese design and its dynamic and vibrant modern culture.

Vo Viet Chung has showcased his designs on many television programs and at prestigious events around the world including Vietnam and Japan Cultural Week in Tokyo and the J Autumn Fashion Show in London. At Asian Fashion Week in 2011, he presented two collections under the theme “Asian Heritage Silk” made from traditional fabrics. During that event, the designer was recognized with a Guinness World Record for his stunning creation of an “Ao Dai” (traditional Vietnamese gown). The dress was made of 1,000 meters (over 3,200 feet) of fabric, including traditional silk from villages across the Vietnam. The tunic had nine trains, each 100 meters (over 300 feet) in length, symbolizing the nine branches of the Cuu Long River delta. It was decorated with gold and more than 2,000 diamonds. The costume also included a turban known as a “Vietnamese crown”, made from 0.5 kg (over 1 pound) of gold and encrusted with 2,000 diamonds.

In 2013, the Vietnam Environment Protection Fund appointed Vo Viet Chung as director of the “Blue Ocean World” project. He is also the founder of Vietnam’s Miss Ocean Beauty contest.