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Fashion TV holds bash in HCM City
11/08/2009 | 17:30:45
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Models in swimsuits, funky tunes and a catwalk featuring top designs were all part of the “Beach Party” event held and broadcast by the international fashion channel FTV on August 8
in HCM City.

The event at the five-star Legend Hotel Saigon featured a performance of Vietnamese singer Toc Tien, well known among local teens.

Clad in a brown swimsuit, she sang Wild Dance and La La while performing a sexy dance.
Local and international models strutted down a catwalk extending across the outdoor pool, wearing swimsuits and summer wear by famed designers, including Aquamarine and Pinko.

World famous DJ Charles Schillings, together with DJ Edge from local group Dose, spun their best soul and funky house tunes.
Premium products, including Johnie Walker liquor and the latest series of Mercedes-Benz sport cars, were all on display.

The broadcast was seen by an estimated 1.2 million local viewers and 600 million viewers worldwide.
Celebrities, fashionistas, fans and models attending the FTV parties held around the world are able to meet and mingle with the “who’s who” of the fashion and entertainment industries.

FTV is an international television channel devoted to fashion and modelling, broadcast 24 hours a day.

A total of 500 million households in 192 countries across five continents have access to the channel./.
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