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Front Row Faves From Philippine Fashion Week

Meet the queens of the (front) row who stood out as we sat in the dark.
Front Row Faves From Philippine Fashion Week Meet the queens of the (front) row who stood out as we sat in the dark.

Sure, we come to see the clothes but more than just the looks on the runway, we turn our attention to editors and celebrities who rest their well-heeled feet as they park their rears on the house’s most prized seats. We dissect the anatomy of our fave front row fixtures as we try to decode the secrets to their effortless sense of style. Scroll down to learn a thing or two from these women.

DARYL CHANG

At fashion week, girls come dressed to impress—fellow girls that is. This means skin tight clothing that bares the curves is usually left at home. Daryl teaches us a thing about man-repelling with an oversized drown-me-in-your-massiveness jacket paired with a conservative, below-the-knee skirt, all washed out in stark clinical white.

KIM JONES

If your style leans heavily on the daintier side of life, keeping it clean and minimal is the way to go. Kim goes for a classic shift dress in powder blue, skipping the accessories and leaving the dress’ embellishments to do its work. She tops it off white single-strap heels, a boxy purse, pulled back mane, and a matte red lip.

SARAH KATE WATSON-BAIK

Some people just can’t help but go a tad bit more flamboyant when it comes to dressing for fashion week. Pull back the reigns and tone it down a bit by choosing just one look-at-me detail to keep your outfit interesting. Urbanwit’s Sarah picks this ruffled neckline offset by the streamlined skirt in popping coral paired with a cute pair of sling backs. Her arm party is kept simple with a few pieces in complementing shades that don’t compete with one another or the dress.