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All the Looks from the First Online Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival 2021

Take a look at the breathtaking lineup prepared by our local fashion designers!
All the Looks from the First Online Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival 2021
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Take a look at the breathtaking lineup prepared by our local fashion designers!

The 12th season of Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival: A Fashion Reboot just finished last week but we still can’t move on from all the breathtaking looks we saw on the runway. Despite the pandemic restrictions, this year’s show was made possible through the backup of Panasonic Philippines. As a safe and effective way to help the Philippine fashion industry, Panasonic also held the digital show at Okada Manila, an iconic resort that supports everything homegrown. With their high-end Panasonic Lumix cameras, they were able to capture the beauty and confidence of the models who showcased the diverse lineup beautifully created by 23 of our local designers and a collaborative collection with Stylem and Yoshioka & Co—top-tier Japanese textile company and one-stop garment manufacturing company respectively.

Since a brand new season also means a whole display of the newest fashion trends, you might be on the lookout for fashion inspos or garments to try out. So in case you missed the five-day livestream of the event, we got you covered! 

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Below, we’re giving you all the looks from PMFF Season 12: 

Alodia Cecilia

Alodia Cecilia’s magical lineup dubbed FLVX > LAYA > EN'COUTH was the perfect merge between cozy loungewear and a whimsical take on Pocahontas. 

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Ann Semblante

Ann Semblante’s HAUTE GOTH collection definitely screamed girl boss. Inspired by lingerie, embroidery techniques were used to stitch together noir mesh, leather, and deconstructed corsets.

 

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Avel Bacudio

Just like its name, Philippine Fashion Olympics, Avel Bacudio made a collection of hoodies, sweatpants, tracksuits, and bodysuits in a blue color scheme—totally cool to the eyes. For Stylem, Avel designed structured jackets and cargo pants for a modern sporty look.

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Bamba Limon

Called The Out of Africa, this collection by Bamba Limon showcased leopard prints partnered with neutral-toned pieces and bright tribal prints into sophisticated dresses. In collaboration with Stylem, Bamba went for minimal safari-inspired outfits in beige.

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Bessie Besana

Bessie Besana’s precise cutouts in garments truly made our jaws drop. Constructed with sheer panels for all of his deconstructed suit designs, he also plays around with shapes and space for the silhouettes of his PAVEMENT collection.

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Benjie Panizales

The THRIVE MY TRIBE collection by Benjie Panizales transformed  his silk material with touches of yellow, red, purple, and orange combined with his tribe-inspired patterned textures. 

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Camlu x Creative Definitions

This New Weave collection was all about summer colors for the chic working lady who loves sleeves and straight-cut one pieces. From puffy and butterfly sleeves to draped capes and ponchos, these designs are undeniably refreshing.

 

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Chris Diaz

Similar to the title’s meaning, Neo Desiderium collection gave off a new feeling of desire for being fashion-forward as its pop of fuchsia pink, electric blue, and metallic gold pieces walk through the runway. 

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Dexter Alazas

Dexter Alazas’ WILD WORLD collection seamlessly displayed sultry and expensive jungle looks with the leopard-print sheer fabric used across its brown color palette. For the Stylem collab, Dexter showed his modern taste by playing with red, yellow, and cyan colors.

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Dino Lloren

Parallel to its name, Dino Lloren’s Valor collection courageously showcased a lineup of formal attire and accessories based on the colors of the Philippine flag—blue, red, yellow, and white.

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Dodjie Batu

The theme in the Vente-singko collection by Dodjie Batu gave us the two sides in Japanese-inspired fashion where gray modern minimalism meets the vibrant '60s.

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Edgar Buyan

Edgar Buyan’s Another realm of paradigm collection presented us another mod world of fashion. He played around half-and-half colored garments and vibrant yet intricate patterned designs.

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Emir Yamamoto

This Off-Road Regalia collection surprised us with a hip and take on casual and formal fits. The tiered tent dress was easily one of the most modest and wearable pieces from the show. 

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Gil Macaibay III

Entitled HOPE, this collection by Gil Macaibay made textures the main focal point of his designs. The sensational choice of orange, green, yellow, and dark red color scheme immediately gives these abstract pieces a camp feel.  

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Joshua Guibone

Like what this collection deems to be, METALLIC MUTINY flawlessly translated earthy metal colors on fabric making what used to be a regular formal attire look red-carpet worthy.

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Marc Rancy

The JOIE DE VIVRE collection by Marc Rancy is all about layers of different fabric materials. From dotted to glittery to frosted, each tulle used as a sheer layer was carefully thought of.

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Mark Yaranon

Mark Yaranon’s Rays of Hope collection truly is reminiscent of the sun with its prominent use of spherical shapes throughout the lineup.

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Mavy De Leon Ladlad

This Kiss of the Silver Moon collection, in particular, displayed all the possible elegant gowns and suits you might already be dreaming of. 

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Melvin Lachica

Aligned with its title, the  IN MOD WE TRUST  collection unveiled horizontal stripes as its primary design. The monochromatic hue choice of the dresses gave us Powerpuff Girls vibes but in mod style.

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Renan Pacson

Renan Pacson's designs in his FIRST BALL collection took basic pieces and molded it into a disorderly yet ritzy fashion. On top of that, the scissorwork is phenomenal as well.

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Steph Tan

Steph Tan’s Spill the Tea collection is the ideal pastel semi-formal lineup to look at when you’re searching for inspo of what to wear for an afternoon lunch with the ladies. 

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Windel Mira

In correspondence to the name, Calico by Windel Mira arrays a colorful collection of loungewear, rompers, and flowy dresses made from cotton fabric.

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Ziggy Savella

The 10, Year 12 collection by Ziggy Savella exhibits a debonair street fashion style tied with plaid patterns as its iconic feature. It experiments with an earthy palette of mustard yellow, green, and brown.

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