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Phuong Oanh took pictures with international models


The 22-year-old girl shares a frame with 4 other models. They show diversity to the set.

Phuong Oanh (second from left) appeared in a fashion photo shoot for Erdem fashion house with foreign models. The model arrangement focuses on diversity, showing integration. According to Vogue, this is the brand’s Resort 2022 collection. Oanh said that she and her colleagues took this photo at Tranfalgar Square London, England. Sharing with Zing, Phuong Oanh said: “I came to London at the end of January because I wanted to try and experience anything different than in Vietnam. Moreover, I also want to keep more memories with my profession. “. In the UK, the epidemic problem does not affect the work of female models much. However, Oanh said that traveling faced many obstacles, strict medical examination process in all stages, from casting to show time. Therefore, she always had to leave early before the scheduled time to prepare. By the time Oanh passed to London, everyone had to social distance. However, she is still lucky to find a job. She won three shows of London Fashion Week: Fila, Edward Crutchley and Halpern. Stella McCartney, Feng Chen Wang are other shows outside of fashion week. In addition, she also received other lookbook shooting projects. “At the beginning of the outbreak, many shows were canceled. The crew informed me that I should return to Vietnam. This year, everything is under control, so I can still go to work as usual. However, fashion agencies must register with the government and notify the entire medical declaration team,” she added. With a height of 1.78 m, a slim body and a cold face, Phuong Oanh is confident when walking with the model of her country. Erdem’s collection this time exudes British femininity, with a hint of 1940s classics. “The designs feel like a love letter to old women. Perfection. reflected in her flattering coats, distinctive belts, and curtains that resembled skirts,” commented editor Anders Christian Madsen.