Born and raised in Europe but Liisi has a special passion for Vietnamese Ao Dai (traditional gown) and Vietnamese silk products. Liisi next to silk garments from her own brand. Business started from the love for Ao Dai Liisi Mari (born 1990) was born and raised in Estonia. Liisi’s family had been painters for three generations, so she inherited some of that talent. Living in the cradle of art, since childhood Liisi has always been immersed in paintbrushes and canvases. Her favorite technique is drawing on silk. Later, Liisi graduated from the University of Arts in Estonia and went to Hong Kong (China) to study. Here, she met the man of her dreams and got married to a Vietnamese. "When we first met, I often shared with my husband Ngoc my hobbies. He said Vietnam is a famous country for its silk. We talked about a lot of things but I was really fascinated when he had the same aspirations," Liisi said. When she was introduced to Ngoc's family, his mother brought her to a tailor to make an Ao Dai as a gift. The first time she held the Ao Dai in her hands, Liisi felt a strange sensation…. Read full this story
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