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Manila Fashion Fest - The Next: Rhett Eala’s Queen

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Who here hasn’t yet seen the emerald green fringed dress that Maxine Medina wore to the preliminary evening gown competition of Miss Universe 2016? It was a moment so iconic that we can barely believe that it was Rhett Eala’s first time

Manila Fashion Fest - The Next: Brit Tripudio’s Let’s Go to Tokyo

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Taking inspiration from his travels and the Japanese’s “I will wear what I want to wear” attitude, Brit Tripudio dips his toes into Narita, Shinjuku and Shibuya’s combined eccentric style. Let’s Go to Tokyo, his Spring/Summer 2017 collection, sheds light on his

Manila Fashion Fest - The Next: Chris Diaz's Flourish

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Florals for Spring/Summer 2017? Chris Diaz says why not! Playing with colorful prints featuring English wildflowers, cornflower, cranberry, avocado and chartreuse, the designer’s latest collection is a refreshing amalgamation of a romantic yet sensible approach to style. “Flourish” introduces pinafore dresses in

Manila Fashion Fest - The Next: Anthony Ramirez’s Sober

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Fall in love with Anthony Ramirez’s Spring/Summer 2017 offerings. Featuring feminine, romantic pieces with a modern upgrade, Anthony's latest collection makes a case for his skills in both draping and tailoring. His muses glided on the runway like a dream—sheer fabrics, fluid silhouettes, and

Manila Fashion Fest - The Next: Veejay Floresca’s Enchanted

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Enter Veejay Floresca’s enchanting world through her Spring/Summer 2017 collection. Inspired by fairies and goddesses, the designer’s whimsical creations in tulle, chiffon, taffeta, and lace adorned by intricate embellishments invoke a sense of nostalgia that dates back to the olden days when

Manila Fashion Fest - The Next: Pablo Cabahug’s Dark Romanticism

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“We live in a dark and romantic and quite tragic world,” says Karl Lagerfeld, which sparked the inspiration for Pablo Cabahug’s latest collection. Bold, daunting, and grotesquely captivating, the local designer dabbles with sharp fabrics, cutouts, and floor-sweeping trains for his Spring/Summer

Bench Fashion Week Spring Summer 2017: Sassa Jimenez

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Sassa Jimenez punctuated the first day of Bench Fashion Week with her whimsical flair—there’s a dainty ruffled frock in this year’s hottest soft pink hue, a dramatic tulle skirt, and a navy blue cutout dress that will make anyone’s ballerina dreams come

Rajo Laurel’s 38th Collection Makes Us Want to Book that Holiday, Stat!

Hawaii, here we come!
Rajo Laurel’s 38th collection—simply called “38”—takes inspiration from his recent adventures in Hawaii and the Amalfi Coast where the spectacular horizon takes one’s breath away, pristine beaches dazzle, and lush foliage are abundant. With proportions that prompt fluid movement, the collection instantly

Joanique Spring/Summer 2017

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Kicking off the fourth day of Manila Fashion Festival is Joanique's Spring/Summer 2017 collection by Malou Romero. A marriage between fun and sophistication, the brand's latest offerings, dubbed as "Bulaklak sa Panaginip" gave the runway a breath of fresh air featuring gumamela