Vietnamese Children’s Ao Dai Festival keeps nation’s soul

The Vietnamese Children’s Ao Dai Festival was held in Viet Tri city, Phu Tho province on September 2, aiming to make the Vietnamese Ao Dai a symbol of generational connection and the nation’s soul.
A performance at the festival. (NDO)
A performance at the festival. (NDO)

The event was organised by KV Entertainment Company in partnership with Viet Tri City’s Centre for Culture and Information.

Seventy outstanding faces aged from 5-15 years old performed six collections of Ao Dai by designers: David Minh Duc, Si Hoang, Ta Linh Nhan, Phuong Ho, and others. They are selected from the contest titled ‘Ambassador of Vietnamese Children’s Ao Dai’ launched in June 2022 in Viet Tri city.

The audience not only enjoyed the Ao Dai performance of kid models but also enjoyed the voices of many famous singers, including the 2013 Sao Mai champion Huyen Trang.

The festival is expected to become an annual event in Phu Tho, making the city a festival location for returning to the roots of the Vietnamese nation.

The organizers will select the Top 30 best candidates and the official titles of the contest will be announced at the closing ceremony on the evening of September 4.

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