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Purchase some the iconic Filipino couturier's best pieces.
Celebrated Filipino designer Frederick Peralta had unfortunately fallen ill mid last year. His friends from the industry were quick to take action to help and mounted "Federico: An Exhibit and Trunk Show Sale," where some of his iconic designs from his archives
He was a legend.
Iconic Filipino fashion force Pitoy Moreno has passed away, and social media is overflowing with tributes to the late designer. From one-of-a-kind memories to simpler expressions of grief, his fans and friends alike have taken to the web to tell the world
Randy Ortiz, Jojie Lloren, Rajo Laurel, and Francis Libiran get real about the fashion industry.
Designers are hands down one of the pillars of the fashion industry. Without them, this multibillion-dollar business will simply fall apart. Even locally, we have Filipino fashion designers who deserve utmost recognition; it is their dedication and love for the craft that
Hear all about it from Bryan himself.
If you're tying the knot soon, then congratulations! We're sure you're already giddy with excitement, but let us just pique your joy a bit higher—homegrown fashion designer Bryan Peralta has created Curve, a line of plus-sized wedding gowns to cater to even
These are some good jeans.
Finding the jeans of your dreams can take an actual lifetime—you may accumulate a hefty pile of denims as the years go by, but chances are, they're not your perfect pair. Know what we mean? There's only one solution: take matters into
She's the only local designer invited!
Another Filipino designer is going global! Gabbie Sarenas will be showing her lastest collection called Pagtànom at the upcoming Vancouver Fashion Week. Known for her affair with rural-inspired pieces that remind us of our rich heritage, Gabbie is putting the spotlight on our
Let's play dress-up!
As little girls (and even as grownups, tbh), Disney princesses were undoubtedly our heroines. We watched each one fight for themselves and for love, all while working hard and looking good—who says they aren't still our #lifepegs?That said, let us take a
She's Sierra Leone's gorgeous hopeful!
Filipino talent sure has a way of reaching international heights, and fashion designer Jian Lasala is the latest in a long line of living proof. We sit down for a quick chat with Jian, the mastermind behind both Miss Universe-Sierra Leone Hawa
A tragic week for the Philippine fashion industry.
We at Preview, along with the rest of the Philippine fashion industry, mourn the passing of promising young designers Donn Camilo Delantar and Charles Kenneth Anito.Donn, known for creating wedding dresses, evening gowns, and swimsuits for Binibining Pilipinas candidates and local brand
You won't believe her collection!
At a time where simplicity, #cozy, and athleisure are the frontrunners of the fashion game, extravagant dressers like Tessa Prieto-Valdes are bound to stand out. A head-turner whose position in the fashion industry was solidified for being daring—a ring on each finger,
Support your ratchet tendencies.
When you're living in a tropical country like the Philippines where it’s hot all year long, on several occasions, being a hubadera becomes widely accepted. But whether you’re using the humid weather as an excuse or simply inclined to the skin-baring trend,
Time to go on another following spree!
Follow these designers on Instagram and take a virtual look into their creative minds with personalized posts that are worth the double tap.Martin Bautista@martinbautista9From soft silk satin lines to Christina Aguilera tributes, Martin’s feed is a wasteland of inspos for the romantic
Who said we don't have what it takes to make a dress fit for a queen?
So, the biggest irony to hit this year’s Miss Universe pageant just happened. The same Colombian designer, Alfredo Barraza, who made that dreadful floral terno for Miss Philippines, also made the sparkling (and winning) frock of this year’s queen, Colombia’s Paulina Vega. Now,
As her store turns four, Charina announces that she is now going global.
Every designer dreams of owning their own shop and gaining recognition in the global scene. Though this dream, for some, might seem like a shot to the moon, others find their own way of making it come true with a lot of