Name: Tuan Mami
What he’s wearing: Top and scarf from Japan. Pants from China.
His style: Sexy & Cool
Thoughts: Street fashion in Vietnam is Uniform.
Name: Tran Gia Vinh
What he’s wearing: Jacket and bag from One Kei, tee from So Hot shop, jeans from Topman and shoes from Converse.
His style: Simple. Comfortable. Youthful.
What he thinks about Hanoi’s street fashion: People on the streets of Hanoi are dressing to many different trends now and many even put their characteristics into their style, which make the whole scene very colorful.
Name: Nguyen Phuong Ly
Occupation: Graphic designer, stylist
What she’s wearing: tank and shorts from La Cage fashion boutique, cardigan from Angel’s Charm, boots from Peo’s Shop
Her style: Comfortable casual street style
What she thinks about street fashion in Hanoi: Too many people are following the trends from Korea
Name: Gabby Quỳnh-Anh Miller
Occupation: personal assistant to Nguyễn Phương Linh
What she’s wearing: tee is Dad’s, sweatshirt from “Clothes + Cook” when she was cold in Seoul, jeans from Levi’s, shoes from best gal pal Layla, all accessories and jewels from Mom and Ông Nội (grandpa)
Style: Old man/Young lad
Thoughts: Old men are the sharpest dressers in Vietnam.
(BTW, the title refers to Ou Est Le Swimming Pool’s best song on their The Golden Years album. Go listen to it people)
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.
Check out our shop’s own blog to see what we’ve got in stock for you lacage.wordpress.com
I’m posting more street style stuff soonest.