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					Introduction to Culture
            AO DAI -
 VIETNAMESE TRADITIONAL COSTUMES


                Presented by:
                1.   Vũ Minh Hải
                2.   Lê Thị Hồng Hạnh
                3.   Nguyễn Thị Thu Hiền (ID:149)
                4.   Phạm Thu Hiền
                5.   Phạm Quỳnh Hoa
                6.   Trần Lê Nữ Hồng
                7.   Nguyễn Thị Bích Việt
Content of Presentation
   HISTORY OF AODAI
   FEATURE
       Name
       Design
       Color an Material
   WHEN IS AO DAI WORE
   AO DAI IN THE EYES OF INTERNATIONAL
    FRIENDS
Introduction:
 Every nation in the world has a particular type
 of clothes, looking for their clothes, we know
 which country they belong to. The Japanese
 have a Kimono, Chinese have Cheongsam...
 VietNamese are proud of Ao dai which was
 solemnly raised throne for national, sometime
 it is also called a more flowery way: "ao dai
 homeland."
HISTORY OF AO DAI
   The image of the graceful two – flapped ao dai in
    the breeze can be seen in images on the surfaces of
    the historical Ngoc Lu kettledrum carved a few
    thousand years ago.
   In early 18th , peasant women typically wore a halter
    top (áo yếm) underneath a blouse or overcoat, that
    was paired with a skirt.
   In 1744, Lord Nguyễn Phúc Khoát of Huế decreed
    that both men and women at his court wear trousers
    and a gown with buttons down the front. Writer Lê
    Quý Đôn described the newfangled outfit as an áo
    dài (long shirt).
HISTORY OF AO DAI (continue)




        Ao Dai in the early 20th century
HISTORY OF AO DAI
(The first innovations)
   In 1930, Hanoi artist
    Cát Tường painted
    and    embellishment
    style   dress   shirt
    women called "Cat
    Tuong Le Mur" hight
    neck, no waist.
HISTORY OF AO DAI
(The first innovations)
   Trinh Thuc Oanh - a
    female school principal
    of the Hanoi School, has
    made a more bold
    reforms, pressing her
    shirt waist, hugging the
    road pretty charming
    characters of female.
HISTORY OF AODAI (continue)
FEATURE
   Name
   Design
   Color an Material
Name

   The traditional dress for women in Vietnam is
    the costume that is called "Ao Dai"
    (pronounced "ow' yai" or "ow' zai") literally
    meaning "Long Dress".
Design
   Ao dai is a two-piece garment made of cloth,
    it is full-length and worn over loose silk
    trousers that brush the floor. It flatters every
    figure for those who wear it. The Long Dress
    splits into two flaps, a front and back panel
    from the waist down, made comfortable and
    easy to move in
Design (continue)
   Nút bấm thân áo: hooks (used
    as fasteners) and holes
   Ống tay: sleeve
   Đường ben: inside seam
   Nút móc kết thúc: main hook
    and hole
   Tà sau: back flap
   Khuy cổ: collar button
   Cổ áo: collar
   Đường may: seam
   Ống tay: sleeve
   Kích (eo): waist
   Tà trước: front flap
    Color an Material
 Color:
  - Schoolgirls usually wear white Long Dress, because
  the color of white symbolizes their purity.
 - Female cabin crew on Vietnam Airlines wear red
  ones
 - Bank employees often wear blue ao dai.
 Material:

  Velvet, silk, satin, embroidered, painted or printed
  with flowers pattern have been creating more and
  more exquisite and elegant.
WHEN IS AO DAI WORE?
   In the wedding:
WHEN IS AO DAI WORE?




   Schoolgirl with White Ao Dai and Non La
WHEN IS AO DAI WORE?




   Bank employee with Ao Dai uniform
WHEN IS AO DAI WORE?
   World Leaders attending the APEC 2006
    Summit in Hanoi dressed in Ao Dai
WHEN IS AO DAI WORE?
   Miss Earth 2006 in Ao Dai
WHEN IS AO DAI WORE?
   Miss Universe 2007 Riyo Mori , Miss USA
    Rachel Smith & Ms Teen USA Hilary Cruz at
    Sheraton Saigon Hotel
AO DAI IN THE EYES OF
INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS
   It is an elegant, demure, and yet sexy outfit that
    suits people of all ages. Anthony Grey described the
    Ao Dai in his novel Saigon as "demure and
    provocative… women seemed not to walk but to
    float gently beneath the tamarinds on the evening
    breeze.". The Ao Dai covers everything but its thin
    fabric hides almost nothing! That's true, Ao Dai is so
    charming and so sexy. Ao Dai, although it is not
    scanty, it still makes who wear it sexy.
Conclusion:
 For the whole Vietnamese people, it has been
 always synonymous with their grace and
 beauty. Over many years in Vietnam’s history, it still
 kept its symbolism and image in the hearts of all
 Vietnamese. The Ao Dai has been perfected step
 by step to overcome all ages and time to reach with
 all people not only in our country but also in the
 world. To Vietnamese people, rich or poor, old or
 young, the Ao Dai are always their favorite choice in
 most special occasions

				
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