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The Philippine fashion industry lost a truly talented designer earlier today, April 30.
The fashion community mourns the loss of one of its beloved designers, Arnold Galang, who passed away earlier today, April 30, 2020, at 12 a.m. Arnold Galang was one of the country’s esteemed designers. His clientele spanned everyone including celebrities, society swans, fashion
Preview's former Managing Editor, Nikki Santiago-Rivera, pays tribute to the late designer.
Arnold Galang was kindness personified. Our friendship, spanning more than a decade, was way beyond the designer-client relationship—it was truly a gift. And in those 11 years filled with only profoundly beautiful things and conversations, he had never—ever—given me no for an
Photos are forever, so we pulled out all the stops to make our big day as picture-perfect as possible.
Let me start by saying this: Your wedding, your rules.Nowadays, it’s so easy to get swayed by trends, to pattern the details of your nuptials after what celebrities have done before, and to choose suppliers based on who’s currently most popular or
Filipino designers post tantalizing teasers.
In preparation for tonight's National Gift Auction, we've spotted a few homegrown designers posting teasers just before the debut of their creations. We know the whole country is glued to the event, and tonight's festivities are no different. Here, we clue you
And the designs are exquisite.
It seems like Miss Universe fever has been sweeping the nation. Of course, with the competition being in town, it's hard to expect anything less from the devotion of the beauty pageant's die-hard fans. (Us included.) So in preparation for one of
His Spring/Summer 2017 collection is all about communication.
Arnold Galang has been consistent about his advocacy for peace in our country. (He still remains active with the organization I Am For Peace, rallying support for peace talks between the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.) When asked about his
See what they envisioned him wearing.
Everyone seems to be excited for our new president to step up to the plate. All we're wondering, however, is what he'll turn up in at his very first State of the Nation Address. We've all been witnesses to Rodrigo Duterte's casual
See his full Holiday 2016 collection here.
Arnold Galang takes the wisp-thin common thread binding serenity and loss, spinning it into a collection ripe with symbolism--mesh and chiffon stand for the transparency of true justice, for example, and masterfully embroidered birds mean peace. Taking inspiration from the widows and
Florals for spring? Groundbreaking! But how about sequins and zebras?
Runway season has finally reached its end with the Philippine Fashion Week wrapping up its Spring/Summer 2016 presentations. From zebra patches to cargo skirts, we’re laying down the top looks from our favorite collections of the season to give you a glimpse of
View the complete collections of Pat Santos, EsAC, Arnold Galang, Randall Solomon, and Jerome Salaya Ang.
Herewith, the complete designer collections from the second day of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016: Pat SantosDay 2 opened with a blast from the past as Pat Santos served up bishop sleeve tops, pleated maxis, and tiered skirts that were reminiscent of the
See the sketches by Rajo, Vania, Arnold, Martin and Randy!
Just a week ago, the Ateneo de Manila University announced that its Senior High School Program will open its doors to girls as part of the K-to-12 Program of the Department of Education starting school year 2016-2017. People were quick to react:
Plus, some sketches of their own take on the gowns!
Have you ever been told, “You are not good enough?” Quite a bold statement—kind of harsh, if you ask me—that can either crush one’s sense of self-worth or conjure up feelings of disdain and indignation. Case in point: Binibining Pilipinas chair Stella
We reveal the price tags on these runway collections.
As mentioned in an earlier article, saving designer items for a special occasion is just a waste of time and money. If you can wear them now, then why not do it? It’s certainly important that you maximize the cost per wear
Here's how you can wear designer pieces on a daily basis.
To girls like us, runway shows are never just a mere trend-spotting event; it is a walk-through of items that we’ll be shopping in the not so distant future.This season, Philippine Fashion Week came up with the big idea of making designer
These ladies didn't just sit and watch. They stole the show.
The Philippine Fashion Week may have already ended, but you know us in Style Bible, we can’t just easily forget a badass outfit once it has already caught our attention. Apart from the many scene stealers who walked down the runway, we
Arnold Galang pays it forward by creating fashion for a notable cause.
More than his fresh and easy to wear pieces, Arnold Galang is known for the cause behind his creations. This season, he continues to push the envelope with a ready-to-wear line that is dedicated to the Peace Commission. Effortlessly chic and very
See the latest collections of designers Lyle Ibañez and Audie EA.
Completing EsAC's line up this season are Lyle Ibañez and Audie AE for the second day of Philippine Fashion Week. Offering something more functional to the Filipinas of today, Lyle whips up classic separates ranging from jackets to dresses. Using straightforward shades of navy and
Because we don't just care about the clothes.
Everyone knows that for a show to be a major success, all elements must be considered. Part of a well-thought-out collection includes great hair and makeup that should make and not break the looks. Who impressed us by giving an overall performance?
See how your favorite celebs styled their homes for the holidays.
With only eight (!) days to go before the most wonderful time of the year, we're sure majority of you have already decked your homes with themed Christmas trees, lights, and décor to bring a festive atmosphere to your living spaces. Just
Seven designers sent creations that range from laid-back to glam down the runway ready for the picking.
This year's Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014 Ready-to-Wear collections seem to cater to the different facets of the modern woman: powerful in her field, knows how to have fun, appreciates relaxed and quiet moments, a jetsetter, and attractive in all ways. Alodia,