Ao Dai Le Pho (Áo dài Lê Phổ)
She reduced the size of the ao dai to fit the body of a Vietnamese woman, pushed the shoulder bridge, stretched the hem of the dress to touch the ground, and brought many new colors. In other words, she made it sexier, more sophisticated, and more attractive.
After four years of popularity, the "ao dai lemur," painted by painter Le Pho, removed all Western influences and replaced them with details from the four-body dress. From this time to the 1950s, the Vietnamese Ao Dai style became highly famous in the country's tradition.