HA NOI (VNS) — An exhibition showcasing clothes printed with unique hand-drawn and digitally manipulated designs by Vietnamese artists has been open at Lucy's Dream, 31 Hang Giay Street.
The idea behind Lucy's Dream is turning art created by Vietnamese young artists into wearable pieces of clothing. It is the second occasion since the first exhibition in June when local artists were invited to join, focusing on two subjects of Greek Mythology and Typography. The results are comfortable and eye-catching, ready-to-wear silk clothes, printed with inimitable designs that have been hand-drawn and digitally manipulated by artist partners.
The design and manufacturing processes at Lucy's Dream usually take between three and five weeks, from the first sketches by artists to digital designs, followed by fabric sourcing and pre-treatment. Thereafter, the fabric is sent for printing, post-printing treatment, cutting, and sewing.
The exhibition will last until August 14. — VNS