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See who sat front row!
As February draws to a close, so does another eventful installment of Fashion Week 'round the globe. Here, our super-quick recap slash roundup of the local style stars we spotted perched front row at the Fall-Winter 2020 shows! Philippines represent.
Romanian designer Ancuta Sarca makes sustainable footwear and easier and chicer option.
Some think that one's taste in footwear is either black or white—one is either a high heel afficionado or a trainers gal. That's not if Ancuta Sarca has anything to say about it. The up-and-coming Romanian-born, London-based designer made her big debut
Cabrini was also featured on Vogue UK!
Cabrini Roy digs deep in her dual heritage for design inspiration. The Filipina-British designer is making waves in the U.K. for her minimalist designs mixed with just the right amount of femininity. The results are pieces with contrasting feels: simplistic silhouettes but complex
From NYC we go straight to Big Ben.
New York Fashion Week got us excited for colors and playsuits, but we're thrilled to take style pointers from the Brits this time. See below which trends will soon dominate our spring closets, courtesy of British designers.1. PastelsSpring brings about new life
Straight from London Fashion Week!
London Fashion Week is well on its way and while most of us have no way to teleport to the UK right now, we have technology to thank for. Here's your front row access via live streaming straight from London Fashion Week.
We can't get enough of florals and statement sleeves this season!
From New York to London, Fall/Winter trends are becoming more wearable even for tropical countries like ours. London echoes some trends we've already seen back in the Big Apple, like pantsuits and checks, but the Brits also brought to the runway some
After her very first solo fashion show abroad at London Fashion Week, Filipino designer Happy Andrada's Fall-Winter 2017 collection has become clickable on Vogue.co.uk!IMAGE INSTAGRAM/happyvandradaNeedless to say, it's a huge step for Philippine fashion. Happy's international solo debut was part of Fashion
Go backstage at LFW with our celebrity guest editor of the month!
I wanted to start from the bottom and that’s exactly what I did.I worked for Fashion Scout, a company that focuses on up and coming designers in the industry, and I started the week as a dresser. I sent my CV in, hoping to
Elevate your outfits with these add-ons.
Wondering what accessories to top your outfits with for a little extra oomph? Look no further. We gathered the trendiest add-ons fresh from Milan Fashion Week that you can mix into your capsule wardrobe as you prepare for the holiday season. Check
Time to whip out your denim and prints!
From New York, we fly to London for a dose of new style inspiration. While some trends spotted over in the land of the Brits have some similarities with NY’s spring collections, we can’t help but notice London’s undeniable creative flair when
Here’s a sneak peek of his show!
You’ll recall the name John Herrera as the Filipino designer who bagged the coveted London Emerging Designer (LED) Award last year for his collection called Bioluminescence. His 10-piece collection inspired by our local marine life was a hit in London, following his
Check out Christopher Kane's collab here.
Looks like Christopher Kane just ressurected the long forgotten rubber clog. Spotted making its rounds down the runway at London Fashion Week, the designer's collab features a marbled galaxy print to match his collection. Another feature of Kane's upgraded Croc? The shoe
Thank you, Sarah Burton.
Sarah Burton is expected to pop any time now. But before she left for maternity leave, she delivered the most romantic, most delicate, masterfully crafted, and surprisingly very wearable collection for Alexander McQueen that we’ve laid eyes on.It was like a scene ripped from William Shakespeare’s A
Way better than a picture.
Okay, aside from styling celebrities, jetsetting to the fashion capitals' respective fashion weeks, and having a closet stuffed to the brim with drool-worthy pieces, Liz Uy also knows how to take a kickass OOTD (and it doesn't hurt that it's set in
The big question: Where will he go next?
It’s been a crazy year for fashion, and even on its last stretch, 2015 still pushes for more shocking revelations that leave us slack jawed. In recent news, Scottish designer Jonathan Saunders, known for his use of colorful prints and streamlined silhouettes,
Plus, see all the looks from Topshop Unique S/S 2016 at #LFW!
Gigi Hadid is the newest Topshop girl, but she was nowhere to be found at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Westminster, London. Instead, it was her younger sister Bella Hadid, who played queen bee as she walked the London Fashion Week runway
Watch it live before it disappears.
After being the first brand to launch their very own channel on Apple Music, Burberry continues to be a pioneer in digitalizing fashion as they announced their collaboration with social media app, Snapchat. Tonight, you can watch their Spring/Summer 2016 offerings via
And it's British!
Georgia May Jagger has been given a Minnie Mouse makeover.The 23-year-old model worked with British designer Ashley Williams for Dazed Magazine to create a modern interpretation of the Disney character ahead of the Minnie Style exhibition at London Fashion Week.Georgia said: "I've always
Get front row access via our live stream video!
Last year's Burberry Prorsum Fall collection had us fashion girls, including Olivia Palermo, clamoring for the monogrammed poncho. After all, it has an easy elegance that makes us willing to overlook our 30-degree tropical weather here. Hong Kong, Japan, Korea—where it gets
Gareth Pugh Is Returning To London Fashion Week
Gareth Pugh is returning to London Fashion Week. The 33-year-old designer, who has been noticeably absent from shows in the British capital for seven years, has announced he will return to present his Autumn/Winter 2015 line on February 21.A former student at Central