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Project Runway champion to be picked tonight

Sunday, June 16, 2013, 12:30 GMT+7

The top 3 Vietnamese fashion designers from the Project Runway Vietnamese edition will vie with one another for the crown in the final contest tonight.

Three candidates of Minh Ha, Chan Hung and Gia Khang, after travelling to Paris to find inspiration and materials for the final collection “Inspired by Paris”, will compete with each other tonight for the championship of Project Runway.

Among the top 3 contestants, Minh Ha is seen as the most potential after winning two successive episodes. He was also was the winner of “Cam hung sang tao cung Triumph” (Inspired by Triumph) contest in 2008 and had many designs displayed at HCMC-based Designer House.

The finale will be held at Lan Anh Music Center and broadcast live on a channel of Vietnam Television, VTV3 at 8:00pm tonight. Without music performances, the final round is only aimed at honoring three collections (12 samples each) by the 3 designers.

Project Runway is a fashion reality show first aired in the US in 2004 for those gifted in fashion designs or those wishing to become top designers. It is broadcast on VTV3 every Sunday starting April 28.

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