Just posted a photo showing off the gorgeous pink dress given to her by designer Hoang Tony on her 21st birthday, Luong Thuy Linh hasn’t had time to “open her nose” to hear netizens’ praise, she was immediately splashed with cold water when there were many people. opinion that the dress is a plagiarism product.
Plagiarism for Vietnamese showbiz is no longer a strange thing, but to be stripped of 90% similar designs like this is a humiliating ending. It can be seen that Hoang Tony’s designs have learned too much from the original designs, “lazy” to the point of refusing to change materials, colors or designs.
Talking about Luong Thuy Linh’s pink dress in particular, even if it is just a birthday gift shown by a beauty on social networks, netizens cannot accept the “poor” idea of the giver. From the design, material and color, the dress is similar to the design in the Giambattista Valli x H&M collection.
Not only that, Hoang Tony continued to be equipped with @fashionpolice.vn page to give a “sentence” for the act of plagiarizing the idea of many dresses worn by Vietnamese beauties to the event:
Besides the evidence of plagiarism, many people also expressed the opinion that Hoang Tony’s dresses have clumsy processing, finishing techniques are far inferior to the original. Whether the choice of color or material does not create a sense of luxury.
Not knowing when completing the dress for model Anh Thu, Hoang Tony realized that this purple color was extremely “cheesy” and difficult to wear, making the skin pale. If it weren’t for Anh Thu’s attractive figure and beauty, perhaps this photo would have become a disaster.
Looking for the answer to why Vietnam has so many fake dresses? – Some designers also reported that they sewed these designs because they were ordered and did not intentionally create similar products. It is the lazy creative thinking and the “ready-to-eat” mindset of many customers that unintentionally make the fashion industry in Vietnam become passive and lack color. Instead of business and profit purposes, Vietnamese fashion should make more efforts to create their own imprints.
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