Actress spotted in Paris Fashion Week
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Vietnamese-French movie star Pham Linh Dan was spotted dazzling in a chic black suit at the front row of the Elie Saab show on Wednesday night at the Paris Fashion Week for Spring - Summer 2012.
Pham Linh Dan (second from left) in her chic black suit Photo: Vnexpress
Also present at the front row of the Elie Saab Ready-to-wear 2012 collection were royal and famous faces such as Thai and British princess Sirivannavari and Beatrice and Chinese actress Gao Yuan Yuan.
37-year-old Pham Linh Dan, who starred in the 1992 Oscar-winning “Indochine” alongside the famous Catherine Deneuve and won a Cesar for another French film, “The Beat That My Heart Skipped” in 2005, has been known as a loyal fan of Elie Saab gowns.
Linh Dan’s last film project was French “Tout ce qui brille” released in 2010, following “Adrift”, her first Vietnamese film directed by Bui Thac Chuyen.
“Adrift” won the Fipresci award at the 66th Venice International Film Festival in 2009.
Linh Dan was born to Vietnamese parents in Saigon, and later moved to France with her family.
Actress Pham Linh Dan dazzled in her chic black suit
British princess Beatrice in red (second from right)