While Vietnam's art scene rests in Hanoi, the walls of this spacious three-story gallery, originally a French colonial building, are filled with oil paintings...more
This cozy little storefront is all about bagshandbags, purses, and clutchesin a dizzying array of shapes and sizes. Most are made of silk, though a...more
This is a one-stop design center for upgrading your style. Gaya reps some of Southeast Asia's top tastemakers, from dressmaker Romyda Keth to furniture designer...more
Khaisilk founder Hoang Khai has built a diversified corporation that includes Nam Phan (one of the city's top restaurants), an office building, and even a...more
Interior designers, design-driven expats, and quality-conscious Vietnamese all frequent Bao Toan's tasteful downtown showroom, which features his custom...more
After years of obscurity, Vietnam Warera propaganda posters have become collectibles, thanks to their subtle graphics and dry, meet-the-quota slogans...more
Just across the street from the Hotel de Ville, this small shop has piled up numerous awards for its shimmering lacquerware products, which include plates,...more
Stroll into this store with a picture of the table, armoire, bed, or even chandelier of your dreams, and Pham Hoang Yen will make it a reality. If you prefer...more
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