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Check out their pretty floral dresses!
Sulsi Manila knows how much of a struggle it can be to look for dresses that fit just right. Hence, this four-man crew decided to create a brand that can cater to all body shapes and sizes. With a modern aesthetic that
The PEFTA designer embarks on a new adventure: ready-to-wear.
Enrico Carado, he of the manipulated denim craftsmanship, the purveyor of unabashedly bold and detailed dresses, is setting on a new path in his fashion design journey.This year, he launched his first ever ready-to-wear collection, giving everyone easy access to his eyecatching
Local designers make new home at Summit Media’s virtual mall.
Now you can browse and buy the creations of some of our esteemed local designers at TheMall.ph!In its pursuit to bolster the local fashion industry and champion our own talents, Summit Media’s virtual mall, TheMall.ph, launches a new section called Designer Row.
Five designers show us their visions and pander to trends in this Fashion Week segment.
It really would be a coup if Philippine Fashion Week manages to gather the Philippine fashion industry's most progressive minds to present the best and most innovative Filipino fashion has to offer. Such a successful undertaking would make the PFW Visions &
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
The women who got their designer pieces hot off the runway!
Style Bible noticed one hot trend during Philippine Fashion Week: women wearing pieces straight from the runway—some the day before and one the day itself! Whether fashion editors or celebrities, these ladies were quick to spot and get their hands on what
Seven designers showcase seven different visions for spring/summer 2011.
There were visions, and there were trends, alright, in the Visions & Trends show of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011. As with the Design Fusion designers, the talents who participated in this lineup eschewed predictable summery maneuvers for more avant-garde and kitschy
Get to know one of Preview's Ten Designers to Watch for 2010.
This month, Preview once again broadcasts its ten-strong roll call of this year’s hottest young designers culled from Manila’s ever-burgeoning fashion scene, and the fanciful Enrico Carado is one of them.This DLS-CSB alumna started off by being a costume designer for local
DLS-CSB celebrates 100 years of Lasallian presence with a fashion show featuring some of the country's hottest young designers.
Sixteen fashion designers who graduated from the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde participated last night in One/Juan, a fund-raising fashion show that celebrates 100 years of Lasallian presence for the benefit of the Lasallian scholarship fund.The list of DLS-CSB alumni designers
Five young designers celebrate their upcoming PFW shows.
Bright young Filipino designers Enrico Carado, Happy Andrada, Maricar Kobayashi, Yako Reyes, and Jona Ballaran all got together last Saturday at Eivissa Super Club in Tomas Morato to celebrate their upcoming stints at Philippine Fashion Week (PFW), which is only a few