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Panasonic Manila Fashion Fest day 3 brings us a taste of the freshest looks from the street. On the runways, we're treated to a feast of punk-inspired looks rendered in statement jackets, crazy patterns, and interesting silhouettes. Scroll down to see our top
Aztec Barba’s oriental hippie collection is a chilly summer confection.
With the summer heat still on and the rainy season upon us, it may be difficult to find just the right outfits to transition from one season to the next. Lo and behold, Aztec Barba’s collection for the Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival
Stylish and wearable patriotism, according to Aztec Barba.
Often, when patriotism is the subject of art, it comes in the form of vibrant and vivacious colors to represent the life and culture that inspired it. However, designer Aztec Barba makes a case for the contrary: He proves that one can
Local designer Aztec Barba has a stylish alternative for you.
Davao-based designer Aztec Barba takes fashion to the dark side with subdued hues of green, grey, and black, beaded fringe details, and silhouettes that are reminiscent of old world glamour. For his Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival 2018 collection, the designer took sartorial cues
Reviews: Cary Santiago and Luxe Wear Collection.
PHILIPPINE FASHION WEEK SPRING/SUMMER 2013 DAY 4: CARY SANTIAGOCebu’s pride whipped up another batch of to-die-for pieces with a Japanese flair.First seen in the September issue of Preview, Cary once again displayed his visionary brilliance with origami-inspired creations on the PHFW runway.
Fifteen designers, one big show. Get the scoop on the latest in luxe dressing from Philippine Fashion Week!
Being cooped up with such a long list of fellow designers for one one-hour show must have been quite a challenge for some of the following designers: Anthony Ramirez, Aztec Barba, Dax Bayani, Joyce Pilarsky, Julius Tarog, Lyle Ibañez, Mark Tamayo, Melvin
Fourteen different interpretations of "luxewear."
The concept of "luxewear" is a fairly easy one to grasp, we believe. From a segment in Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012, one could, very well within reason, expect to see the best interpretations and renditions of luxurious clothing from the participating
Davao-based boutique celebrates its first year anniversary.
In the middle of the bustling City in Bloom, Davao, sits this quaint little fashion house, home to select designers and retail brands. Martish, which is the combination of the name of the owners, Marga Nograles and Tisha Ang, houses pieces by
Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2010
May 27, 2010
Function Room 4, SMX Convention Center