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Meet Jullian Culas.
Our society's standards, by default, recognizes boundaries in fashion that separates males from females. Naturally, girls are expected to be feminine and guys need to be masculine. The times, however, have changed. And all thanks to androgyny (derived from the Greek word
And down the rabbit hole we go.
Jerome Salaya-Ang has always been a fan of storytelling, with a narrative to accompany every collection he sends down the runway. For his debut collection at Manila Fashion Festival, Finding Absolom, he revisits Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. There was an abundance
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
Jerome Salaya Ang for Creamsilk at Philippine Fashion Week
Jerome Salaya Ang at Philippine Fashion Week
The designer on the fairy tale behind the prosthetics at PFW.
It’s not unusual to see the odd makeup brief at Jerome Salaya Ang’s show. In his Holiday 2010 show, we saw streaky black mascara, white irises, and skull masks that covered half the face. This time around, the models walked the runway