The elongated colonial-era house that houses this respected gallery is a work of art in itself, especially the central atrium originally built for light and...more
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
Busy Hung Vuong Street, south of the Perfume River, has a number of souvenir shops selling clothing, silken paintings, and "poem hats,'' conical Hue headgear...more
Dozens of stores in Hoi An sell handmade Vietnamese-style silken lanterns, but Mrs. Cuc Chuong's small shop is the best. She fashions strips of bamboo, fabric,...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
Retail with a cause, this not-for-profit shop overlooking the Temple of Literature helps Vietnamese artisans to market their crafts. The inventory includes...more
In a nation known for its needlework, no place counts more talented tailors per yard of fabric than Hoi An. Hundreds of small shops will stitch up made-to-order...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
Former Hong Kong attorney Christina Yu traded in her briefcase a decade ago to design an ever-changing collection of whimsical and practical handbags and...more
Hang Gai Street, an Old Quarter artery, retains its historic role as the city's silk center. The best of the bolts can be found in this showroom, the Hanoi...more
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