Female celebs add new blood to menswear

By Van An   March 31, 2021 | 01:45 pm GMT+7
Kitted out in suits, tapered pants, and sneakers, many Vietnamese female celebrities are beating their male counterparts in the fashion game.
Miss Universe Vietnam 2018 H’Hen Nie dons a black suit with textured shirt and large bow tie.Globally, top designers have been churning out womens fashion inspired by male outfits. Photo courtesy of HHen Nie.

Miss Universe Vietnam 2018 H’Hen Nie dons a black suit with textured shirt and large bow tie.
Globally, top designers have been churning out women's fashion inspired by male outfits. Photo courtesy of H'Hen Nie.

Black boots with pants and a white shirt give model Luong Thuy Linh a manly look. Photo courtesy of Luong Thuy Linh.

Black boots with pants and a white shirt give model Luong Thuy Linh a manly look. Photo courtesy of Luong Thuy Linh.

Model Minh Tu in a relaxed suit with a pair of big sneakers, representative of the dad shoes craze of the last few years. Photo courtesy of Minh Tu.

Model Minh Tu in a relaxed suit with a pair of big sneakers, representative of the "dad shoes" craze of the last few years. Photo courtesy of Minh Tu.

Singer Bao Anh exudes a cool vibe with tapered jeans and a white minimalist shirt. Photo courtesy of Bao Anh.

Singer Bao Anh exudes a cool vibe with tapered jeans and a white minimalist shirt. Photo courtesy of Bao Anh.

Model Thanh Hang has been spotted in an array of relaxed suits in recent years, embracing her femininity with pastel colors and matching handbags. Photo courtesy of Thanh Hang.

Model Thanh Hang has been spotted in an array of relaxed suits in recent years, embracing her femininity with pastel colors and matching handbags. Photo courtesy of Thanh Hang.

Model Ky Duyen is also a die-hard menswear fan. Instead of dresses, she usually opts for tapered pants or jeans with tucked in shirts. Photo courtesy of Ky Duyen.

Model Ky Duyen is also a die-hard menswear fan. Instead of dresses, she usually opts for tapered pants or jeans with tucked in shirts. Photo courtesy of Ky Duyen.

 
 
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