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She has worn his pieces in many pivotal moments on the show.
If you ask anyone what the hottest show is on local TV right now, they’ll most likely tell you it’s The Broken Marriage Vow. The teleserye is the local adaptation of the hit K-drama The World of the Married Couple (based on
And here's where to shop them!
After months of rising anticipation, The Broken Marriage Vow is now available for streaming on Viu! With direction and costume design by Connie Macatuno, the World of Married remake is currently garnering praise for Jodi Sta. Maria's stellar performance and the proudly local
#BecomingMrsWintle Begins Now!
After news of their engagement swept the internet last October 2017, Iza Calzado and her fiancé, Booky founder, Ben Wintle are officially tying the knot in Club Paradise, Palawan. To welcome the wedding party on the island, the couple hosted a Filipino
And there's a cute story behind how she got them!
In case you missed it, Drew Barrymore has made her way back to the Philippines and even walked the red carpet at SM Megamall last night. The Hollywood actress and her Santa Clarita Diet co-star Timothy Olyphant were in Manila for the premiere
A few of the many.
You've no doubt seen Ken Samudio's gorgeous floral accessories for his label Matthew & Melka strewn all over Instagram OOTDs of many a revered style star. Needless to say, we're beyond proud of Ken for breaking into the international fashion scene (the
He's definitely heading for the world stage!
Once again, PEFTA alumnus Ken Samudio is making headway on the international fashion scene after participating in one of Milan’s most prestigious womenswear and accessories exhibits, Pitti Super.IMAGE Pittimmagine.comKen was picked by Vogue Italia’s Senior Fashion Head and Vogue Talent’s head Sara
Here's how he bagged the deal.
Remember Matthew & Melka, the young and fun diffusion line that accessory designer Ken Samudio named after his kids? Well, it’s now exclusively sold at online luxury fashion retailer, modaoperandi.com!From being featured in Vogue Italia to Luisa Via Roma picking up his Swarovski crystals and
You won't believe how cute they are!
Aside from shoes and clothes, there’s no denying that girls can get bag-happy, too. We just can’t help it, especially when it’s locally-made, sustainable, and of course, IG-worthy! Recently, we’ve been going on a liking spree because of designer Ken Samudio’s recent
What else can you buy for P171,000?
When Greenbelt 5 is closed on Maundy Thursday and there’s that uncontrollable itch to window shop for expensive things, one turns to the wonderful world of online luxury retailers for some delectable eye candy. A recent browse through at Luisa Via Roma
His inspiration? Oil spills.
There's nothing like following a designer from the beginning, and watching him grow into a global talent. Case in point: PEFTA alumnus Ken Samudio who is quickly bubbling up in the international style consciousness. His calendar is booked with trips to Milan
Jae Pickrell knows how to flaunt our local talents.
@jaepickrellIf you want to learn a thing or two from the industry’s finest, you go to the Vogue Festival. That might explain why the annual two-day event of designer talks and workshops, is ground zero for some serious street style spotting. Yesterday,
When in Milan, you eat pizza, gelato, and pasta, but what you truly get a taste of is pure Italian fashion.
Filipino designer Ken Samudio had the best tour guides in Italy.After bagging first runner-up honors in the Best Designer category of the International Fashion Awards in London, Filipino talent Ken Samudio flew to the land of pizza for the Vogue Talents Corner exhibit,
His aswang-inspired accessories caught the eye of Philip Treacy's agent.
LONDON, UK - While the world was busy with news of the Oscars, one of our homegrown talents, Ken Samudio, was quietly filing a dispatch of his own. After making it into Vogue, the bag designer bagged the runner-up spot in the Best
This designer will be carrying the Philippine flag at this year's International Fashion Showcase.
A little over four years ago, we put the spotlight on House of Herrrera’s John Herrera. At that time, we met a brooding talent who just completed a successful first solo fashion week experience. His forte: creating pieces that marry his Avante Garde taste
See how PEFTA alumnus, Ken Samudio, made it happen.
Filipino accessory designer, Ken Samudio, has truly come a long way from his humble beginnings as a milliner back in 2008. With a background in Marine Biology and no prior training in design, Ken simply trusted his gut and went all out. In
Filipino Designers Featured In The Guardian
The Guardian releases a feature on the International Fashion Showcase in London and how only the Filipino contingent, Manila Wear, "incorporated indigenous sustainable materials into their designs. In addition, each designer had either a partnership with an NGO where profits are put
Creations of Adante Leyesa And Ken Samudio For IFS Featured On Vogue Italia Site
The creations of Adante Leyesa and Ken Samudio make it to the Vogue Italia website's feature on the International Fashion Showcase in London. It's a "selection of moments, images, projects and styles, curated by Sara Maino," which included two of Adante's necklaces and
Six Filipino designers, one big show. See what happened behind-the-scenes during the IFS exhibit in London, UK.
There's no greater feeling in the world than having the priviledge to represent your country for your chosen craft, and we're pretty sure you're also on a high like these six designers—Olivia D'Aboville, Joel Escober, Jun Artajo, Ken Samudio, Adante Leyesa, and
Get to know the three PEFTA alumni representing our country for the International Fashion Showcase in London, UK.
We love it when our local designers are going global, and we love it even more when they're part of PEFTA! Since its inception in 2010, the Preview Emerging Fashion Talent Awards paved the way for a lot of budding designers who
Is one really better than the other? Read on and tell us which side you're on.
Jewelry has always been linked to class and sophistication, but the landscape has totally changed along the way. What used to be regarded as something that’s meant for royals and elites has evolved to various (and more affordable) media, thus blurring the