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​Vietnamese designer to be judge at Miss World Beauty in Russia

Tuesday, October 03, 2017, 20:05 GMT+7

A renowned Vietnamese fashion designer will be a judge at this year’s Miss World Beauty, a pageant in Russia.

Vo Viet Chung, 43, has been chosen as one of the eight members of the judging board of the Miss World Beauty 2017, which is scheduled to take place on November 1 and 2 in Moscow.

Chung is one of the two representatives from Asia among other judges from across the world.

According to the Vietnamese fashion designer, he has been selected as a judge at various beauty pageants in Vietnam.

This is the first time he has been invited to be a member of the judging board for the Miss World Beauty pageant.

Chung is expected to leave Vietnam for Russia on October 29.

Vo Viet Chung is one of the eight members of the judging board of the Miss World Beauty 2017.
Vo Viet Chung is one of the eight members of the judging board of the Miss World Beauty 2017.

His presence as a Miss World Beauty judge will open up an opportunity for cooperation between a global beauty pageant and the Miss Vietnam Ocean competition, of which Chung is the chief of the organizing committee.

Chung won a UNESCO award for his efforts in the restoration and development of the southern Vietnamese silk fabric called Lanh My A in 2006.

He was voted among the world’s top ten designers in the 7th edition of the annual Leonardo Simpson’s 10 Best Dressed Award in 2014.

World Beauty is an international brand that often organizes annual beauty pageants and other competitions for models, designers, as well as fashion festivals.

Miss World Beauty 2017 is part of a series of activities that World Beauty has in store for this year, including fashion shows, musical performances, and others.

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