Friday , July 1 2022

Tiger-inspired fashion embodies Lunar New Year spirit


Fashion designers and houses alike have launched stylized tiger motif collections to celebrate Year of the Tiger, starting Feb. 1.

Adrian Anh Tuan dropped a stylized ao dai collection featuring this years zodiac sign on the dominant red color. Photo by Linh Pham

Adrian Anh Tuan has come up with a stylized ao dai collection, featuring this year’s zodiac animal set in flamboyant red and other bright colours. Photo by Linh Pham

The designer uses modern cutting and sewing techniques, bringing comfort to the wearers. Photo by Linh Pham

The designer uses modern cutting and sewing techniques, allowing wearers much needed comfort. Photo by Linh Pham

An ao dai showcases strong features of fierce, dominant tiger traits. Tuan said the collection was immediately sold out after its release. Photo by Linh Pham

An ao dai showcases fierce, dominant tiger traits. Tuan said the collection was immediately “sold out” after its release. Photo by Linh Pham

A dress from fashion house Vu Ngoc & Son showcases their own take by adding a soft and lovely element to usual image of the mighty tiger. Photo by Linh Pham

A dress from fashion house Vu Ngoc & Son showcases their own take by adding a lovely and soft element to the typical image of the mighty tiger. Photo by Linh Pham

To help the wearer stands out in the crowd during Tet, the fashion house mixed in pink, yellow, and green tigers on top of the camouflage patterns. Photo by Linh Pham

To help the wearer stand out in the crowd, the fashion house mixed in pink, yellow, and green tigers on top of camouflage patterns. Photo by Linh Pham

A T-shirt by designer Vo Cong Khanh with embroidered tiger motif on cotton spandex. The shirt gets all the rave among Vietnamese youth thanks its fun designs. Photo courtesy of Khanhs Facebook

A T-shirt by designer Vo Cong Khanh with embroidered tiger motif on cotton spandex. The shirt has drawn all the rave among Vietnamese youth thanks to its fun designs. Photo courtesy of Khanh’s Facebook

Stylist Hoang Ku launched a stylized ao dai with small tiger pattern on top of a bright color fabric. Photo: Unknown Cliché

Stylist Hoang Ku launched a stylized ao dai with small tiger pattern on top of a bright color fabric. Photo: Unknown Cliché

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