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[Video] A Night in Saigon @ L’Usine

On April 12, L’Usine Le Thanh Ton continued to cement itself in Saigon’s urban fabric with a night dedicated to the city.

The event, held on the roof of L’Usine’s flagship location, featured as night of drinks, music and a special film about Saigon’s exceptional character produced by filmmakers Robin & Cako with with the support of Rice Creative.

 

You can also check out the full brand video here:

 

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