One of our regular food joints in Saigon is Thanh Bình. Located right behind Bến Thành market it serves excellent no-frills Vietnamese food at affordable prices, and is a local favourite. After an hectic morning running around on the bike we love to sit down… Read More
Congratulations to the Vietnam Quilt Community Development Project teams and special thanks to Hieu, Oanh, Giselle and Hang for their patience creating the Kore Kamino designs! Here are some insiders pics of their work as well as some portraits of the women while hand-quilting… an… Read More
Everything happens for a reason in our collections. Some call it chance, others fate. Going to the town of Phan Thiết to shoot our Vietnam collection A New Land was our photographer Vu A Ha‘s idea. We didn’t know this initially, but Vu’s life story… Read More
The women at Fair Fashion are doing an amazing work for us. Here is a series of portraits of them in their Ho Chi Minh atelier: busy drawing, cutting, sowing, ironing… Currently, Fair Fashion supports not only former sexually exploited women, but also other women in difficult… Read More
Have you heard of a great book called “Bikes of Burden“? It is the classic cult book about motorbike transportation in Vietnam: “One of the images that remains most vividly etched on the mind of many a visitor to Vietnam is the traffic. The order amidst the seemingly… Read More
Landing in Ho Chi Minh City for the first time is always a bit of an experience. Crazy colourful houses, armies of ants like motorbikes everywhere… welcome to Saigon!