A festival to honour the traditional brocade products of Việt Nam's ethnic minorities will take place in Gia Nghĩa City and at several tourist attractions in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Nông from November 24-29.
In late June, a special show of more than 1,000 Ao Dai (Vietnamese traditional long dresses) patterns, entitled “Ao Dai – Vietnam’s cultural heritage”, was held at the Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) in Hanoi.
The Vietnamese Women’s Museum is hosting a spring celebration inspired by áo dài (traditional long dress) and flowers, including a fashion show, exhibition and other activities honouring traditional cultural values.
A fashion show, photo exhibition and silk weaving demonstrations are among the activities taking place in Hanoi's Old Quarter to celebrate Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day.
Famous brands and fashion designers from China, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea and Việt Nam, among others, will showcase their latest collections at the Việt Nam International Fashion & Beauty Festival (VIFBF).