Ao dai through the lens of Russian photographer

Ao dai (Vietnamese traditional dress) brings out the elegance and strength of Vietnamese women, and it always leaves a strong impression on Russians, said Vera Mazhirina, a Russian journalist and photographer.
Ao dai through the lens of Russian photographer hinh anh 1Vera Mazhirina told the Vietnam News Agency that ao dai has demonstrated the tradition and culture of Vietnam. In the photo: Ao dai is on show at Tsarytsino Museum in Moscow. (Photo: Vera Mazhirina/VNA)
Ao dai through the lens of Russian photographer hinh anh 2Vera Mazhirina said ao dai brings out the elegance and strength of Vietnamese women, and it always leaves a strong impression on Russians. In the photo: Ao dai is on show at Tsarytsino Museum in Moscow. (Photo: Vera Mazhirina/VNA)
Ao dai through the lens of Russian photographer hinh anh 3Vera told the Vietnam News Agency that ao dai has demonstrated the tradition and culture of Vietnam. In the photo: Ao dai is on show at Tsarytsino Museum in Moscow. (Photo: Vera Mazhirina/VNA)
Ao dai through the lens of Russian photographer hinh anh 4Ao dai is on show at Tsarytsino Museum in Moscow. (Photo: Vera Mazhirina/VNA)
Ao dai through the lens of Russian photographer hinh anh 5Vera had the idea of implementing a photo project on Vietnam’s fashion, saying it will mirror the beauty and the harmony in the characteristics of Vietnamese women through ao dai. In the photo: Vera Mazhirina at an exhibition, titled ‘Vietnam - travel through photos' that took place in Moscow in July 2020. (Photo: Tran Hieu/VNA)

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