Mac Thi Buoi Street and Nguyen Thiep Street
Also intersecting with the pedestrian street are two roads Mac Thi Buoi and Nguyen Thiep. On these less than hundred-meter-long routes, you can find Vietnamese brand names with established international trends from the early days such as Ren, Marc, Nosbyn and The Blue T-shirt. The style of these brands is suitable for office and trendy girls.
Or if you want to find yourself dresses with delicate silk materials and bold Vietnamese traditional beauty, you can visit Lam by designer Li Lam. Here, you will have the opportunity to see carefully pleated silk dresses or sophisticated and luxurious hand-embroidered motifs. And if you are a fan of high-end leather accessories as well as Bao Loc silk products, then Desino is definitely a place you can’t ignore.
Nguyen Hue Street
To talk about Nguyen Hue walking street, perhaps the best nickname is “milk tea street” with countless milk tea shops sprouting up like mushrooms and lying close together. However, on Nguyen Hue Street There is also no shortage of fashion apartments. Even more amazing is that Nguyen Hue Street is also connected with many other “silk roads” such as Nguyen Thiep, Mac Thi Buoi and Ngo Duc Ke.
Apartment 42 Nguyen Hue
Apartment 42 Nguyen Hue was so famous because it is located right in the center of the pedestrian street Nguyen Hue. Below the apartment is a bookstore Nguyen Hue and the remaining eight floors are fully utilized as a cafe because from the balcony, you can see the whole pedestrian street. Some eateries and cafes you shouldn’t miss like Poke Saigon, Thinker & Dreamer and Partea.
Returning to the shopping section, if you can explore all eight floors of the apartment, you will see that each floor has about 2-3 different clothing and accessory stores. The most prominent in apartment 42 is The Maker concept cafe, which gathers a series of large and small domestic designer fashion brands. In addition, there are Lapin, Shimmer Silver, Cosette.
Apartment 40E Ngo Duc Ke
Apartment 40E is located at the intersection of the intersection Ngo Duc Ke and Nguyen Hue. The ground floor of the apartment building is used as a parking area. Stepping up to the first floor, you will see a row of shops located next to each other. In particular, Highway Menswear will be the place to visit for men who love a simple but dusty style like a biker. As for girls who prefer feminine style, don’t miss Lovell Concept and Maison Silver.
Ton That Thiep Street
Connecting Nguyen Hue pedestrian street and Pasteur street, Ton That Thiep Street It is only about half a kilometer long, but presents a multitude of options for young people. Walking from Nguyen Hue pedestrian street, you can see on the left hand side fashion shops such as Highcut, Tu by Catu mixed with cafes sitting on the sidewalk, very suitable for gathering friends in the evening. Not only that, Ton That Thiep also has its own vintage shopping center.
Apartment 42 Ton That Thiep
The entrance to the apartment is located backwards, leaving the front for cafes and restaurants. Looking at that old stairway, few can imagine that apartment 42 is the residence of dozens of names who have already passed away with Saigon’s youth.
Apartment 42 consists of two rows before and after, although there are still some households living, most of the apartments have been remodeled to be a fashion store with an eye-catching display of products. Most of the shops here are very famous on Instagram, so even though there is no signboard, the apartment is still not short of customers buying goods in and out.
Like apartment 26 Ly Tu Trong, each fashion shop here also pursues a distinct fashion style, mostly hipster and retro like Aspirin, The Paiir, Mamavirus or accessories and bags like Penguin Island and Penguin Island. Urban Chick.
A special thing to mention is that the brands here are shaped according to the personal styles of famous fashionistas in Saigon such as Teelayn, Louiis.ha. So if you don’t know what style to follow, you can find suggestions from these fashionsta’s social networking sites.
Dang Thi Nhu Street
Although born after giving birth late, but Dang Thi Nhu Street It is gradually becoming a favorite shopping place for young people in Saigon. Stemming from the guess that old apartments will soon be planned and the construction of metro lines makes it more inconvenient to travel in the downtown area, shop owners simultaneously moved their stores to the city center. Dang Thi Nhu Street. Although located in the central area but Dang Thi Nhu Street There is not much traffic like other routes, very suitable for walking and shopping.
Floralpunk was one of the first shops to move here. After that, there are other fashion shops such as Subtle Simple, Popbirdy, Cloud House Cabinet, Xeo Xo, and Thera… In addition, in Dang Thi Nhu Street There are also male brands like Lider and Fomo.em. In the future, this road promises to have the presence of more fashion brands.
Ly Tu Trong Street
Ly Tu Trong Street is one of the arterial roads in Ho Chi Minh City. The feature of this road is only nearly 2km long, there are many architectural works dating from the French colonial period and preserved until today. Among them, there are a number of apartment buildings that have become familiar shopping addresses for young people, known as vintage shopping centers. Not only the presence of fashion stores, these apartments also have many cafes, restaurants and bars.
Apartment 26 Ly Tu Trong – Vintage Trade Center
It can be said that apartment 26 is the most familiar place when talking about the above apartments Ly Tu Trong Street. Stepping into the apartment, you will feel like you are lost in an art gallery space with paintings hanging along the two stairs. If you’re not in a hurry, you can stop by Cong Cafe to order a cup of coffee and coconut milk to take away while shopping around all 4 floors of this apartment building.
Stepping into the clothing stores here, you will be surprised because the shops here are decorated very modern, in stark contrast to the old look of the apartment. Each clothing brand here pursues a different style. First, the pioneering name of “made in Vietnam” popular fashion LIBÉ with simple but modern designs, easy to coordinate and easy to wear. Or if you love clothes made from rustic materials like linen, Eugene will be your favorite destination. In addition, in apartment 26, there are many shops selling vintage denim such as Annie and OMTS.
The New Playground Ly Tu Trong
Originating from The New District market, Ryan Son Hoang and Lan Anh want to provide a more permanent playground for young Vietnamese fashion brands. Around March 3, they established The New Playground, an underground shopping complex next to the 2017 . apartment building Ly Tu Trong. Despite being born late, The New Playground quickly became a familiar shopping destination for young Saigonese.
At The New Playground, you will find many Vietnamese brands following the streetwear trend that has been very popular in recent years. If ten years ago Vietnamese young people did not know what streetwear is, or if they knew that they had to spend a lot of money to buy things from foreign brands Supreme, Champion, Adidas… now in Vietnam there are local sportswear and streetwear brands such as Six66, Lider, Usthebasic, Ssstutter.
There are also typical streetwear items such as T-shirts, bombers and jeans, but when made in Vietnam, the price is greatly reduced and the material is also more suitable for tropical weather. In addition, the brands here are very understanding of customer psychology when constantly producing well-invested lookbooks.
It can be said that The New Playground is not only a mere shopping center, but also a place where young people come to update the latest trends and is a remarkable achievement of a brave young generation of Vietnam. , dare to think, dare to do to diversify the fashion industry of the country.
Nguyen Trai Street
It has long been Saigon’s “fashion street” with clothing stores located close together, Nguyen Trai Street stretches from District 1 to District 5. Interestingly, fashion and prices in the two districts are clearly divided. If you shop in District 5, the fashion shops here mostly sell cheap imported or exported clothes.
District 1 is the gathering place for famous domestic and international brands. Can speak, Nguyen Trai is a shopping paradise for female college students, or have a stable job because the style of the brands here is quite polite and feminine. Typically, fashion brands chain Hnoss, Tinfour and Dottie. In addition, there are also event clothing brands such as Magonn, Lane JT.
Also on Nguyen Trai Street There is also a ‘fashion’ apartment at number 60. Although not as large as the apartments at 26 Ly Tu Trong or 42 Ton That Thiep, it is still enough to satisfy shopaholics.