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Phfw Ss 2014 Review: Day 3

Take a look at the designs of Albert Andrada, Eric Delos Santos, Jerome Salaya Ang, Jun Jun Cambe, Norman Noriega, and Raoul Ramirez.
Phfw Ss 2014 Review: Day 3 Take a look at the designs of Albert Andrada, Eric Delos Santos, Jerome Salaya Ang, Jun Jun Cambe, Norman Noriega, and Raoul Ramirez.

The evening started off strong with show stopping gowns rife with sequined embellishments and intricate details, segueing into the more casual collections featuring easy separates with no shortage of style.

Albert Andrada opened the segment with his signature romantic touch, putting emphasis on sparkly beading, sheer details, and a simple palette of nude and black.

FANCY FEMININE:Crystals, lace, and sequins adorn Albert Andrada's gowns

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FEMININE FANCY: Lace, crystals, and sequins adorn the designer's gowns

After a restrained color scheme came Eric Delos Santos’ youthful collection, which played with numerous prints (think paisley, floral, and geometric) and texturized touches. Opening the show was supermodel Marina Benipayo, who lent the jovial collection an air of elegance.

FUN FRINGE: Texture adds a whimsical touch

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FUN AND FRINGED: Texture added a whimsical element

As if to jolt the audience’s attention, the mood took a more dramatic turn with the entrance of Jerome Salaya Ang. Showcasing his meticulous eye for detail, he manipulates printed flora and fauna into his signature construction. 

ANIMAL INSTINCT: Pink leopard print in his signature construction

ANIMAL INSTINCTS: Pink laopard print in his signature construction

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Up next was Jun Jun Cambe’s collection, which opened with a handful of diaphanous rainbow-hued pieces and took on a more austere palette of black and white. 

ROCK 'N ROLL: Tough girl accents peppered the runway

ROCK 'N ROLL: Tough girl accents peppered the runway

Not one to shy away from his usual palette, Norman Noriega presented pieces in gray, white, black, and the occasional hint of tie-dye. Utilizing relaxed oversized silhouettes in jersey fabric, he introduced a new erogenous zone: the gentle slope of a woman’s back.

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GRAY MATTER: Filmy layers and slices of skin

GRAY MATTER: Light layers and slices of skin

Raoul Ramirez was all about the embellishments, putting on the ritz with black embroidery on stark white pieces, sequined stripes, and romantic floral applique.

THE SEQUINED STRIPE: A new way to wear the print

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SEQUINED STRIPES: A new way to wear the print

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