My first Ava dress was from the Summer Collection. What caught my eye were the unusual print and the classic lines. The fabric felt soft and cool — perfect for the hot summery months of Saigon.
As a Filipino, my worry with Vietnam-produced clothes is the sizing. My frame is far far from the Vietnamese lean shape. That’s why I was quite happy that Ava’s made sure that my choice of dress fitted me well. Yes, they took my measurements and made one especially for me!
Ava’s Closet is a feminine clothing line by Australian designer, Helen Corbett Holani. The fabric is sourced from India and other countries depending on what the design calls for.
Ava’s brand caters to career-driven women with a unique sense of style. They are women that fly – able to balance a successful career with their family life and still have time to pursue their personal happiness.
To complete the Ava look, Ava offers accessories from local designers, scarfs,
They’ve got dressy earrings —
Bracelet and bangles too —
There’s a T-shirt line as well for men called Nam’s shirts.
Nam’s shirts also have Western sizes.
If you or someone you know has that lookbook look, why not send your (or a friend’s) profile to Ava and be the next Ava’s Dress Up Girl.
53B Nguyen Du St., District 1
Station 3A, 3A Ton Duc Thang in District 1
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