Vietnam Fashion | A Winter’s Tale

One of my last assignments for last year was a fashion shoot with Sula Clothing, out of the UK. It was for their winter collection, so we decided to head to the mountains of Tam Dao, in northern Vietnam. We were looking for slate gray skies and hazy mornings. We used a friend’s house for its epic views and stone and wood walkways. We hoped for mist and prayed that the sun wouldn’t shine. We lit fires and shot through dirty windows. We turned the roof into an outdoor studio. We experimented a bit, and I think it paid off. Here are some pictures. Many thanks to Alison Taylor and Pham Thu Trang and everyone else who helped out.











5 thoughts on “Vietnam Fashion | A Winter’s Tale

  1. Hi I absolutely love the outfits!! I have a fashion blog with many readers from all over the world and I would like to upload at least one picture of each country that reads me, one of them is Nepal, of course! It is very important for me to show the fashion and outfits of every single country. So I was wondering If I could use your pictures there :),with the link of tour page, of course. Here is the link in case you wanna check it. I hope you say yes as many girls have done already. Would be really cool!
    http://dhariascloset.blogspot.com

  2. Hi Dharia, thanks for asking. Feel free to use one of the pictures with a link back to my blog. The designer is Sula Clothing, out of the UK, all shot in Vietnam.

  3. I was about to post the entry, but I also need the name of the model, if possible, and where are you from. I was checking your pictures at your website, they are amazing!!

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