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Passing down the royal porcelain mosaic craft

Passing down the royal porcelain mosaic craft 

Cập Nhật 31-05-2022

The royal art of porcelain mosaics has been present in Hue since the 17th century and has its origin from outside in the community.

Tag: royal porcelain mosaic craft, architectural constructions, Thai Hoa palace, royal mausoleums, floral patterns, An Bang Village

Patterns of royal costumes on the walking route in Hue

Patterns of royal costumes on the walking route in Hue 

Cập Nhật 18-09-2021

Inspired by the patterns on royal costumes of the Nguyen Dynasty, a group of students have designed and created stylized elements on the railings of bridges in the heart of Hue City.

Tag: patterns, royal costumes, walking route, Nguyen Dynasty, student, bridges, Faculty of Architecture

Putting Hue heritage and landscape on Ao Dai

Putting Hue heritage and landscape on Ao Dai 

Cập Nhật 06-07-2021

The typical relics of Hue, such as Ngo Mon Gate, Citadel gates, temples, mausoleums, royal patterns, etc., are all put on Ao Dai by Ms. Hoang Thi Huong.

Tag: ao dai, design, Hue heritage, Hue royal patterns, traditional Ao Dai, Hoang Thi Huong

Robe for the king of the Nguyen dynasty

Robe for the king of the Nguyen dynasty 

Cập Nhật 31-01-2020

In Hue Traditional Craft Festival 2015, 12 out of those 15 artifacts were again on display. It was a rare occasion for visitors and Hue people to admire the original costume artifacts of the last monarchy of Vietnam.

Tag: Nguyen dynasty, Dragon patterns, Robe for the king, Hue Museum of Royal Antiquitie

A love for Hue as ever

A love for Hue as ever  

Cập Nhật 28-11-2019

The exhibition introduces Emperor Thieu Tri and the highlights in the decorative style of the royal arts through the sample china and phap-lam (enameled bronze) that had special patterns typical of the Thieu Tri Reign.

Tag: love for Hue, Emperor Thieu Tri, Culture and Arts

Ly Thi Vien Thong & the collection

Ly Thi Vien Thong & the collection 

Cập Nhật 11-11-2019

Vien Thong was inspired from “Nghe (‘dragon-headed lion’) and the royal patterns during the Nguyen dynasty” combined with the modern Urban style to create the fashion collection “REPLY”.

Tag: royal patterns, fashion collection, former student, Ly Thi Vien Thong, College of Fine Art, Hue University, 2019 National Exhibition of Applied Fine Art