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The designers and groups who had a frenetic two thousand eleven!
From staging extravagant fashion shows to dressing the hottest pop stars, producing retail collaborations and design competitions, to bouncing back from misdeeds in a philanthropic manner, Filipino designers were anything but idle in 2011.We list for you the headline-makers of the past
Pastels and florals to end Fashion Watch Summer 2012 on a blooming note.
Fashion design veteran Philip Rodriguez closed the Summer 2012 installment of Fashion Watch with an exuberant collection of pastels and florals that carried with it the lightness of spring and summer together with the romantic glamour that is the trademark of Cebuano
Ivar takes to prints for his summer collection.
From what we've seen from designer Ivarluski Aseron, he prefers solid neutrals—black, white, and grays—than bright colors and prints. But for summer 2012, he takes a bold step by introducing vivid colors and a pretty print to his repertoire. Taking inspiration from
A daring collection from the couture designer.
For his last showing of the year for Fashion Watch, designer Ito Curata turned down the wattage of his usually glamorous, all dressed up aesthetic. He opted for a breezier, more youthful style this season, taking full advantage of the liberal skin-baring
Pared-down sexiness from the minimalist designer.
In the 9-week tide of Fashion Watch Summer 2012, there was nary an absence of tribute to the ultra-feminine sensibility, in waves of classic, modern, and romantic styles. These had us awash in glamorous floor-length gowns, frilly minidresses, super skimpy resortwear, and
An all-grown up summer for designer Ferdi Abuel.
The lady we saw from Ferdi Abuel in his Holiday 2011 Fashion Watch outing was a sporty lass, albeit a smartly dressed one—a Converse-wearing type who looks as if she threw on her mother's tailored separates over her gazar knee-length shorts with
Len looks to the flapper era for summer inspiration.
Designer Len Nepomuceno told us that she was besotted with the flapper era when she was conceptualizing her collection for Fashion Watch Summer 2012. Such an inspiration would come as no surprise from the designer, whose aesthetic is markedly, basically feminine. But her collection
The designer explores new frontier with his summer 2012 outing called Man on the Moon.
While it's not readily apparent in the most obvious and conventional of ways, designer Joey Samson is a lover of quirk. His mastery of tailoring is markedly infused with a sort of idiosyncrasy that has become synonymous with his aesthetic. These manifest
Gray urban knits and monsoon gear inspired by Hemingway.
An old fisherman, a great marlin, errant sharks—a story of struggle, dogged pursuit, and resolve: These are the subjects and concepts that natural storyteller Jerome Lorico paints in sometimes broad, often precise strokes in his latest collection for Fashion Watch Summer 2012.
Gauzy monochromes for casual summer dressing.
Frances Bean Cobain, the brunette, red-lipped, porcelain-skinned daughter of late rockstar Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love, was the muse of Cebu-based designer Oj Hofer for his Summer 2012 collection. The ingenue, who has had the rock world's attention since she was a
The designer marks his first show for the series with decided glamour.
This Fashion Watch Summer 2012 outing is a first for Francis Libiran, who was all nerves backstage before the show. Quite a surprise considering the man has dressed today’s brightest stars—Bea Alonzo, Kim Chiu, Cristine Reyes, Kathryn Bernardo, and Julia Montes to
Sensible style for an active lifestyle.
Patrice Ramos-Diaz is one busy woman. With very important shoes to fill as a mother and a designer, this lady is very much aware of the sartorial needs busy women of her kind need—comfortable clothes that are stylish yet easy enough to
The master tailor presents a clean and crisp collection for the warm season.
With a touch of the schoolboy, of the proper headmistress, and the soignée '60s housewife, JC Buendia's Summer 2012 collection is the designer's departure from his dark and mystifying Holiday 2011 collection inspired by neo-gothic vampires garbed in luxe monochromes. This season,
The designer returns with his trademark embellishment on classically cut pieces.
Inspiration came late to designer Joel Escober for this season's Fashion Watch. It was only three weeks before the show's schedule that he started conceptualizing his summer lineup, citing the ubiquitous '70s era that fashion has been in love with this year
The Cebuano designer heralds the summer season with a chic cruise collection.
With unmistakable nautical overtones and an overall glam resort feel, Fashion Watch Summer 2012 opened with the luxe collection of Filipino designer Jun Escario.A crisp sleeveless trench dress with delicate embroidery started the show, setting the tone for the lineup's overall pristine
JC Buendia presents a darkly romantic collection for Holiday 2011.
What if neo-gothic aristocrats from the 1800's were to come to life today? And what if these artistocrats happen to be of the blood-sucking, sunlight-fearing type? What would they wear? JC Buendia seems to have fancied such a scenario and answered the
Thirties-inspired wear from the knit duenna.
Season after season, Lulu Tan-Gan delivers collections that offer plenty of resort wear choices for her jet-setting clientele. Starting from her métier as the Creative Director of TAN-GAN to the handing down of reins to Solenn Heussaff as the brand's House Designer,
The artist narrates a dark design odyssey in Aurora, his Holiday 2011 collection.
Jerome Lorico took up literature in university, which explains why there's always a narrative behind his seasonal outings. For his Holiday 2011 collection for Fashion Watch, entitled Aurora, the story is of a journey of a band of nomads awaiting, in the
The veteran designer shows Venetian influences for his first solo show in Manila since his return.
The historic vistas of Venice inspired designer Ito Curata for his Holiday 2011 collection for Fashion Watch. The earthy colors of its black alleys, the gold-tinged rooftops of its storied buildings come sunset, the murky teals of its fabled waters—all of these
Dark, tailored pieces from the streetwear designer.
There's something about Norman Noriega's Holiday 2011 show for Fashion Watch that is a tad menacing. The clothes, the styling, and the blown hair and wan makeup of the models all add to a forbidding atmosphere that bristles with a dark energy.A