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Tag: Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011
38 dress ideas for your ladies in waiting straight off the runways!
Planning a wedding is a daunting enough task and we’d like to offer our two cents to every bride-to-be out there, fashion-wise. Since a color-theme is one of the first things you need to decide on, we’ve narrowed down our bridesmaid dress
The fashion extravaganza ends on an emotional note with a tribute to the late designer.
Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011 closed on a very poignant note with the remembrance and homecoming of the late Louie Mamengo, an esteemed designer whose career reached great heights in Manila in the 80's and early 90's, and in Los Angeles starting
Anatomy, clothing surprise, and thought bubbles—some of the components that make up Premiere C.
The Premiere C segment of Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011 went off without a hitch on the very last day, with some expected showings and quite an awesome surprise to cap it off. Derick Hibaler, Jeffrey Rogador, Kermit Tesoro, Raoul Ramirez, and
Freshness in pastels and some textured drama from five designers for Premiere B.
Right after Grand Allure, Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011 pressed on with Premiere B, where Alodia Cecilia, Anthony Ramirez, John Paras, Lizanne Cua, and Mitzi Quilendrino-Bustos showed a slew of casual and workwear pieces in their respective collections.Alodia Cecilia started the show
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
Charlene’s dress matches Santi Obcena’s on the PFW runway.
Image model Charlene Gonzales-Mulach’s second outfit change for the For Me show at Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011 had The Buzz’s statuesque host in a lace, long-sleeved, figure-fitting top and full black skirt. Oddly enough, a similar dress appeared on the runway
On their playlist, what they wore, and more from PFW!
We got especially lucky at the Oxygen show at Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011. Aside from getting front row seats to the show, brand manager Kat Reyes was nice enough to get us backstage to interview Leigh Lezark and Geordon Nicol of
Eight designers, eight divergent aesthetics for the last show of PFW Holiday 2011 Day 6.
The final show of Day 6 of Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011 had us seeing all sorts of robotic and bionic inspirations first from Happy Andrada, then Jan Garcia, to Oz Go, all of who showcased android influences in differing executions. But
Five designers showcase their collections for the second to the last day of Philippine Fashion Week.
The second to the last day of Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011 closed with the Design Fusion and Visions & Trends show. Up ahead are the five designers who presented ten-look collections for Design Fusion: Bo Parcon, Don Protasio, Russell Villafuerte, Veejay
A full house for three powerhouse designers.
Philippine Fashion Week host Sarah Meier-Albano was prompted to tweet the following regarding the crazy attendance at the shows of designers Eric delos Santos, Jerome Salaya Ang, and Sassa Jimenez last May 14, Day 6 of PFW Holiday 2011:It really was a
From glitzy eveningwear to rough-and-tumble streetwear—ten designers present their ready-to-wear collections.
From casual, street pieces to party-ready frocks, pink workwear garments to bright, summery swimmies, the ten designers of the Ready to Wear segment of Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011 presented an assortment of ten-look collections, which, for the better part, had us
Irreverently tailored pieces inspired by bondage from a relatively new designer.
His show is always one of the most anticipated outings in Philippine Fashion Week because he always knows how to deliver. From the garments that each and collectively speak of a story to the makeup and styling that propel the narrative, from
A rejoinder and a return from a long hiatus for the closing show of Day 3 of PFW Holiday 2011.
The two designers who closed Day 3 of Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011, Lyle Ibañez and Yvonne Quisumbing, drew from distinctly different founts for inspiration—the bustling cityscape for Lyle, and seaside at sunset for Yvonne. The show marked returns for both designers: