Hmong Cakes by Fhoua are amazing! This is exactly what I would label as Hmong Chic Styles. Adding Hmong into the fashion and make it tasteful to the eyes.
I don’t know if “Cakes by Fhoua” is still existed but I came across these image online years ago. Since I am trying to put an idea of what Hmong Chic Style will consist of, I went back to search engine to google and trance back the images and found these images to be listed at a cake site and Hmong National Conference website.
The first time I saw these cakes years ago, I fall in love instant with them. It’s so unique and it reflect so much of the Hmong culture; it’s bright, tasteful and add that extra touch to a cake.
“black umbrella symbolizes a marriage [united two as one, protection] in the Hmong culture…The black and white stripe material is a part of the woman’s hat .. the hat is worn at a wedding or the Hmong New Year.”
For these two cake below, I’m not quiet sure if it’s by Fhoua too or not because it was loaded to cake central by a different user name.
“Red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting. This cake represents traditional hmong male clothing. The top is a hat. The bottom cake represents the shirt and the criss cross pattern is worn across the chest which has beads and silver coins. The “ribbon” is a sash worn across the waist.”