Saigon fashion aficionados show off Covid-inspired street styles

By Y Ly   December 10, 2020 | 07:52 am GMT+7
Masks, face shields and protective outfits are evidently accepted by young Vietnamese, as they showed at the Vietnam International Fashion Week in Ho Chi Minh City.
A street-style competition has been held under the auspices of the Vietnamese at the Vietnam International Fashion Week in Ho Chi Minh City. On Dong Khoi Street in downtown Saigon, a myriad of young people come and showcase their look. To prevent Covid-19 risk, organizers encourage people to cover their faces and only remove them when taking photos.

A street style competition was held at the Vietnam International Fashion Week in Ho Chi Minh City. On Dong Khoi Street in downtown Saigon, many young people came to show off their looks. To mitigate the Covid-19 risk, organizers encouraged people to cover their faces and only remove masks when taking photos.

Masks, protection glasses and a hat keep a fashion guru safe on the crowded street of Saigon.

Masks, protective glasses and a cap keeps this young man relatively safe on the crowded streets of Saigon.

Blue and red are the two main colors of this patchwork costume.

Woman in black...

A woman goes for pink with a bennie and face shield.

A fashion guru decked in pink, a beanie and a face shield.

Blue and red are the two main colors of this patchwork costume.

Blue and red predominate in this patchwork costume.

Another Saigon fashion guru donning colorful outfits protects herself with a face shield.

Another Saigon fashion guru in a colorful outfit protects herself with a face shield.

Children join the completion by showing off their outfits, inspired by protective clothing.

Children join the contest in outfits inspired by protective clothing.

Hoang Khanh, winner of the best outfit competition, dons a customized ao dai with a black cross bag.

Hoang Khanh, winner of 'the best outfit' competition for his customized ao dai.

Actor Nham Phuong Nam wears a tweed jacket, a popular item among many Vietnamese male celebrities recently.

Actor Nham Phuong Nam wears a tweed jacket, a popular item among many Vietnamese male celebrities recently.

Another fashionisto dresses in black. Head-to-toe black outfits have ruled many streets across the world.

Another fashionista in black.
The Vietnam International Fashion Week, held in Saigon from December 3-6, attracted dozens of fashion designers. This year it had the theme "The Future Is Now."

Photos by MultiMedia

 
 
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