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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
The social design competition awards Adante Leyesa and Roland Alzate as its best designers.
Weaving the Future: A Social Design Competition had its culmination last Tuesday, November 22 in the PAGCOR Grand Theatre, where the 19 finalists—9 accessory designers and 10 apparel designers—presented their 100% organic pieces executed in collaboration with members of the Fashion and
The twenty emerging designers who made it to the social design competition.
The Fashion and Design Council of the Philippines (FDCP) released the list of the twenty aspiring design talents who made it to this year's installment of the Philippine Fashion Design Competition (PFDC), called Weaving the Future: A Social Design Competition, which is
A new contest incorporates social relevance in the search for emerging design talents.
The Fashion and Design Council of the Philippines (FDCP) has a new project on its hands. Weaving the Future: A Social Design Competition is an offshoot of the Philippine Fashion Design Competition that FDCP has produced since 1998 to mentor emerging talents
The FDCP members showcase what can be done with indigenous materials.
Fashionphiles and celebrities unite in a fashion fundraiser.