Nhà thiết kế biến bánh miền Tây thành 'đầm dạ hội'

Designer Minh Cong introduced a unique collection called “Fashion - Food | Mini Collection 2021”, with designs made from traditional cakes. He said this collection satisfies his passion for fashion and cooking.

Nhà thiết kế biến bánh miền Tây thành 'đầm dạ hội'

All designs are presented on banana leaves.

Nhà thiết kế biến bánh miền Tây thành 'đầm dạ hội'

This white "princess dress" is made from jackfruit leaves and rice flour. Jackfruit leaves are covered by rice flour and steamed, which look like chiffon fabric. Each ivory-white leaf is alternately layered to create a floating dress.

Nhà thiết kế biến bánh miền Tây thành 'đầm dạ hội'

The "5-tiered evening dress" with five colors is made of cassava slices with the ombre fibers that changes from dark to light, creating soft fringes.

Nhà thiết kế biến bánh miền Tây thành 'đầm dạ hội'

Cong cut pancakes into triangle pieces and meticulously put them together. Dozens of pieces are layered on top of each other to look like fish fins on the foundation of green bean, creating a unique dress.

Nhà thiết kế biến bánh miền Tây thành 'đầm dạ hội'

This "princess dress" is made from sweet steamed pan cakes. The designer spread coconut and green beans evenly on the body of the dress, which look like decorative stones.

 
Nhà thiết kế biến bánh miền Tây thành 'đầm dạ hội'

This gown is made from pancakes, lettuce, herbs and bean sprouts.

Nhà thiết kế biến bánh miền Tây thành 'đầm dạ hội'

The clarity and flexibility as well as the vibrant colors of “suong sa hot luu” sweetened porridge makes this dress luxurious and sexy. The colors from vegetables help the gown tell a story of nature.

Nhà thiết kế biến bánh miền Tây thành 'đầm dạ hội'

This design is made from pig skin cakes.

Nhà thiết kế biến bánh miền Tây thành 'đầm dạ hội'

Minh Cong and his parents.

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