Young designers to present collections inspired by society

  An outfit in the collection Current Memoir inspired by the ocean’s purity by Lương Thúy Ngọc. VNS Photo Minh Thu HÀ NỘI – Young designers will present their collections inspired by life, modern society, memory and imagination at a fashion exhibition and showcase to be held on August 8-10 at Melia Hotel Hanoi. The graduation event of the London College for Fashion and Design (LCDF) will introduce 25 collections with the theme of In:Visible. Well-known designers Lâm Gia Khang and Nguyễn Chí Nghĩa will open the shows with their latest collections on August 9 and 10. Senior lecturer Gary Wilson said the theme is based around the idea that what can start as an initial idea in one’s imagination can be brought to life by a designer’s creativity, talent and skills. As always, LCDF aims to reach new limits this year, with young and talented designers making their mark in the fashion industry like never before, where the collections of garments presented are the story-tellers. “The fashion show explores these young creatives’ imaginations, showcasing their visionary designs to the world. These unique designers are set to be the change makers in different aspects of the industry from pattern-cutting, embellishment, print and construction techniques. Each collection has a different and powerful message drawing inspiration from anything from Asian culture, sci-fi films to punk culture.” Visitors will have the chance to see different stories told by the designers through the outfits, music and images. “For us, fashion is a magical world where we… [Read full story]

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