So. It’s post-Christmas, and New Year’s coming. And as we, me and biz partner, are both fascinated with Boxing Day sale back in European days, we decided we do the same thing with La Cage. And I think it’s actually the first Boxing Day sale ever in Hanoi, as far as we know 🙂
This is it
Really. Don’t miss out this chance to fill your wardrobe with only more cool stuff with much less price. Enjoy it while it lasts.
This is another one from the series I did for the Word. Her name is Hana, and she used to share an apartment with me when I first came to London. She’s a graduate from the London College of Fashion, that should say enough about her passion for fashion. I’m very happy she decided to go back to Vietnam to start her own line. We need more people like that here. Now she’s wearing her own line, and even has her own shop. Only better.
Name: Hana Đặng
Occupation: Fashion designer
What she’s wearing: Her own line, Loire, shop at 10 Đặng Tất, Hanoi
Style: Classy and Fabulous
What do you think about street fashion in Hanoi: Unpredictable
So yes, I’m doing street style again, in Hanoi. Though it’s harder, but I’d try to keep this going. This is the first of the series I did for Word. Enjoy,
Name: Loan BUI
Occupation: fashion boutique owner
What are you wearing? Tank, shoes and bag from my own boutique, La Cage fashion boutique at number 9, alley 3B Đặng Thái Thân, Hanoi. Jacket is from a small boutique in Paris and trousers from a shop in Shanghai. Scarf is from a friend’s mum.
How do you describe your style? More classic European than Asian
What do you think about street fashion in Hanoi? Young people here seem to be obsessed with brand names and chasing the trends when they don’t even have the sense of fashion, thus very few could show their identity/personality through what they wear.