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Photo collection of Áo Dài displayed in Đà Nẵng

Update: October, 19/2016 - 09:00
Old photos tell story of Áo Dài women’s fashion during the American War.
Viet Nam News

Đà Nẵng — An exhibition featuring 110 photos and documents of Vietnamese Áo Dài (long dress) starts today at this central city’s museum and will run through October 31.

The exhibition, organised by the city’s museum, the HCM City’s War Remnants Museum, Áo Dài Museum and HCM City’s Cultural Heritage Association, displays the history of  Việt Nam’s fashion and the importance of the Áo Dài in the country’s development.

The exhibition, entitled "Vietnamese Long Dress Passes through War", showcases different periods of the country’s development.

The photos and exhibits also tell stories of the fashion during the American War and daily life of Vietnamese women wearing  Áo dài at weddings, meetings and every day life. - VNS

 

A banner of an exhibition on Vietnamese Áo Dài (long dress) at the Da Nang museum starting today (October 19th ) through to October 31st.
Photo collection features Áo Dài (Vietnamese long dress) at Đà Nẵng city museum. VNS Photos Nguyễn Trinh

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