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Style Spotting at Manila Fashion Festival F/W 2016: Day 4

Check out the latest (and the last) batch of fashionable attendees here.
As full-fledged fashion girls, it breaks our hearts to bid adieu to Manila Fashion Fest. We almost found ourselves in tears during the last show. The final evening marked the conclusion of being in constant awe of the designs crafted by the
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This Seventies Trend Reigned Supreme at Manila Fashion Festival

This is how a fashion girl does #breezy.
Manila Fashion Festival’s Fall/Winter 2016 presentation wrapped up at EDSA Shang last night and looking back, there’s one trend that truly reigned supreme: wide legged trousers. Seen everywhere in the international streetstyle department and the recently concluded fashion weeks across the globe,
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Bejewelled by Azucar

See her full Fall/Winter 2016 collection here.
Whatever event you’re going to, Arleen Sipat-Sutton of Azucar has something for you...and your mini-me. A touch of glitz here and a dash of glam there, her Bejewelled collection boasts of luxury in all forms. From the choice of embellishments, prints, cuts,
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Luxotica by Banggo Niu

See his full Fall/Winter 2016 collection here.
This season, Banggo Niu amped up the luxe factor as he delved deep into the wild, vivacious side of the safari and presented a showstopping collection aptly called Luxotica. We saw everything from see-through button-downs, sexy jumpsuits, matching pajama separates for the
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Alter Ego by Pablo Cabahug

See the full Fall/Winter 2016 collection here.
“Classy, sassy, and carefree” is how designer Pablo Cabahug describes his muse.  The show opened with a bright red asymmetrical dress with a low peek-a-boo neckline and was followed by dresses with the similar body skimming silhouette in hues of olive green,
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Coca-Cola Black Label at Manila Fashion Festival

View the full collection here.
Just when we thought that we were over graphic tees, Coca-Cola's Dress Coke Black Label comes up with grown-up friendly threads that take vintage prints to a new level. Printed joggers, sequined cropped tops, and shirt dresses emblazoned with prints of the
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Tapis by Esme Palaganas

See the full Fall/Winter 2016 collection here.
From last season's cotton candy colored confections, Esme Palaganas goes back to black with her signature layering of loose silhouettes that mix ballet aesthetics with street sensibilities. Sheer skirts and dresses were paired with wide leg trousers and culottes to create cool,
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Fury by Arin

See the full Fall/Winter 2016 collection here.
Art Personas' in-house label, Arin, opens day four of Manila Fashion Festival with its utilitarian-meets-tailored take on safari dressing. Jumpsuits, dresses, cropped jackets and tops in hues of olive, sand, blush, and pale blue with fringed and zipper accents made their way
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Calliope's Dream by Bengt Enrique

View his full Fall/winter 2016 collection here.
What happens when you combine the groovy flare of the seventies with the vision of Bengt Enrique and the artistry of Feanne? You get a full collection that will tickle your sartorial senses. How so? Sparkly mesh layered with fauna-printed ruffles, loads
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Lauquen at Manila Fashion Festival

See the full collection here.
What does Prince Charming wear when he plays sports? Definitely something that’s stylish and classy, and ready for some sweat-inducing activity. From the first look that came down the runway, Lauquen stunned as they made their debut in the Philippines via the Manila Fashion
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Still Life by Veejay Floresca

See his full Fall/Winter 2016 collection here.
Before you take a look at Veejay Floresca’s Fall/Winter 2016 offering, familiarize yourself with Stuart Davis' “Medium Still Life,” the inspiration behind this collection. Translating an affinity to mature abstraction and modernity, Still Life consists of a variation of peplum tops and dresses meshed with lace
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Style Spotting at Manila Fashion Festival F/W 2016: Day 3

Check out the fashionable attendees here.
In the case of Manila Fashion Fest 2016, the third time is more than just the charm. It wasn't only the veteran designers and emerging ones who brought their A-game to the event. The attendees also shone in their own right. From the
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Style Spotting at Manila Fashion Festival F/W 2016: Day 2

Check out last night's fashionable turnout.
Yesterday marked the beginning of one of the country’s most awaited events in fashion. We can well say that it was worth it because the first leg started with a bang. The collections unveiled may have been meant for fall and winter, but seeing
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New Breed of Designers Showcase their Collections at MFF

See all the looks from the iAcademy Graduation Showcase here.
One of the things we always look forward to seeing at Manila Fashion Festival is the new breed of designers that never fail to bring something new to the table. We got a taste of this fresh perspective from the fashion design
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Oral Fixations by Tipay Caintic

See her full Fall/Winter 2016 collection here.
It wasn’t until that heavily embellished sheath dress with sequined sushi and koi fishes came down the runway that we realized how hungry we were. Putting up sweet confections of chunky cable knit sweaters and lazy sweater dresses on next season’s menu,
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Sam et Suzy by Chris Diaz

View his full Fall/ Winter 2016 collection here.
If you’ve never heard of the movie “Moonrise Kingdom,” written and directed by Wes Anderson, Google it and watch the trailer now. Chris Diaz’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection entitled Sam et Suzy is half inspired by the protagonists of the film about two
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Style Spotting at Manila Fashion Festival F/W 2016: Day 1

Check out all the stylish attendees.
It is part of human nature to be in constant pursuit of enjoyment. After all, who doesn’t want a little festivity every now and then? Whether it’s opening a glass of champagne to cap off a long week or putting your drinks
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Marked 2016 by Mark Tamayo

See the Fall/Winter 2016 collection here.
Marked 2016 is Mark Tamayo’s take on the progressing emancipation, not only of fashion and the high-flown tendencies of menswear, but also of our ever-changing society. His menswear collection may have an appeal to the testosterone-filled fashionphiles, but it definitely had a