China: Mr. Bush and former President Jiang Zemin in Shangai in 2001

Saudi Arabia: Mr. Bush arrives for a dinner with King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud at his personal retreat in January, 2008, wearing a traditional Saudi robe.

Vietnam: Mr. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin prepare for an official group photo at an APEC session , wearing a Vietnamese ‘ao dai’ silk tunic, in November 2006.

South Korea: Mr. Bush, Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo and Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi head for a photo session after a meeting in Pusan, South Korea, in 2005.

Chile: Mr. Bush and Mr. Putin again, this time in Chilean ponchos at La Moneda Palace in Santiago November 21, 2004.

Photos: LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images;     AFP PHOTO/Stephen JAFFE;  AFP PHOTO/MANDEL NGAN,  AFP PHOTO/Jim WATSON; AFP PHOTO/JAPAN POOL/KENJI KONOHA; REUTERS/Carlos Barria

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November 25, 2008 (Vietnam)

Ngo Nhat Huy is a budding designer from Vietnam who aims to make it big in the fashion arena. He, inspired with the ‘hippy style’ of the Western world that prevailed in 1970s, has developed a new, innovative long dress for the teenage from the traditional long dress (Ao Dai).

The designer created eye catching dresses by using fabrics like lace, elastic, silk and taffeta, dyed in bold colors to form bright colors. He made some unusual patterns to give a different look to the attire.

In addition, cutting lines at collars and body mixed with pants have created a playful and dynamic aspect for the dress. Even though the designer has tried out to create some thing unique, the usual grace of Ao Dai, still remains.

This outfit definitely has the distinct to make a mark in the young fashionistas hearts.

Fibre2fashion News Desk – Vietnam