Đỗ Khải Ly is one of three Vietnamese students studying at Zhejiang Sci-Tech University in Hangzhou City, but her two friends have already returned home.
Anyone who wants to learn about ethnic minority techniques on indigo dyeing is invited to join a craft workshop, organised by the Friends of Vietnam Heritage and the Indigo Store in Hà Nội on February 22.
Việt Nam’s garment-textile sector is expected to make breakthroughs in 2020 thanks to the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Through the language of fashion, young graduates of the Hà Nội-based London College of Design and Fashion (LCDF) covered urgent social issues through a fashion show on Saturday.
Four expos showcasing technologies, solutions and trends meant to upgrade the entire textile and footwear production chain will be held under one roof in HCM City from November 20 to 23.
Việt Nam’s textile and garment industry was likely reach its target of US$40 billion in export turnover this year despite facing difficulties in some markets.