Fri. Jul 12th, 2024

Vietnamese fashion photo set is suspected of borrowing ideas from foreign brands

Vietnamese fashion photo set is suspected of borrowing ideas from foreign brands 2
Vietnamese fashion photo set is suspected of borrowing ideas from foreign brands 2

Last night, January 7, Milor Tran, a familiar photographer who has shot for Vietnam’s Next Top Model show and many fashion magazines in Vietnam, posted on his personal page a photo series called Black Funeral with the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčtalking about pain.

Not long after, a series of Vietnamese fashionistas discovered that the photos of the Vietnamese photographer were identical to Yves Saint Laurent’s famous Silent themed photo series in Vogue Italy in 2008. Evidence was continuously posted.

Milor Tran’s photo series is called Black Funeral.

A reputable photographer in the Vietnamese fashion industry said: `I saw the photo set and found it to be 100% similar to Yves Saint Laurent’s photos. If this is a new photographer, then ‘learning’ from

According to this photographer, borrowing ideas from foreign brands is common among young Vietnamese photographers recently.

`However, if you think deeper, perhaps Milor Tran has other intentions. I don’t think that photographers and designers are unaware that the audience will discover that they have borrowed ideas. Maybe they do

Meanwhile, a creative director (anonymous) was more `light-hearted` when evaluating, the similarity between the two sets of photos of Milor Tran and Yves Saitn Laurent is 80%.

Vietnamese fashion photo set is suspected of borrowing ideas from foreign brands

Photo of Milor Tran (top) and Yves Saint Laurent in 2008 (below).

Besides the not so positive comments, the Vietnamese photographer’s photo collection still receives sympathy and support from many people in the world.

Besides the not so positive comments, the Vietnamese photographer’s photo collection still receives sympathy and support from many people in the world.

Besides the not so positive comments, the Vietnamese photographer’s photo collection still receives sympathy and support from many people in the world.

Besides the not so positive comments, the Vietnamese photographer’s photo collection still receives sympathy and support from many people in the world.

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