Frank Magalona, Slick Rick, Raymond Gutierrez, and artist Buen Abrigo
Black appeals to all sexes. To men, it may recall a certain grade of whisky; to fashion girls, thoughts of an LBD. And since it's one of those trends that will never go out of style, allow these men and women at the recent Axe Black party (the fresh, woody fragrance was developed by Ann Gottlieb, one of the world’s best perfumers) to teach you how to spice up the perennial fave. Yes, even for summer.
Carla Humphries makes a boudoir basic party-ready by pairing it with sparkly joggers.
Solenn Heussaff says a slit is always a welcome kind of rip.
Accentuate an all-black ensemble with a pop of color the way Bubbles Paraiso did with her pink clutch.
Janeena Chan shows us that it's not always about cleavage and bare backs, sometimes all you need is to show off your collar bone.
Maxene Magalona tones down her hot and sparkly number with a clean high pony and classic pumps.
Katarina Rodriguez, in a leather bralet, went from party girl to model when she wore her leather jacket over her shoulders.
KC del Roasrio's look-at-me ensemble is made up of mesh and a pair of gladiators.
As seen on Jess Connelly, a red lip will always look good with stark black.
Victor Basa proves that a man will always look good in a suit.
The understated man innovates his suit game with bespoke details, like Axe ambassador Fabio Ide.
Sure of himself and his style, the effortlessly cool and refined Bamboo is the absolute rockin' choice as the new face of Axe Black.