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Rabiya sticks to her roots and supports local fashion!
Miss Universe Philippines Rabiya Mateo is serving looks and we’re here for it! You’d think that she’d be dressed up in luxury pieces and designer shoes, but Rabiya sticks to her roots and supports local fashion designers. Take a look below all
She wants you to show your true self.
An ode to the ‘90s, Kaye Morales' spring collection filled the runway with vibrant fur jackets, unicorn patches, and glitzed up skirts. Balanced by black elements and oversized denim, her designs highlight gender equality and a celebration of one's true self. Kaye
They make us proud!
Filipino fashion designers have proven over and over that their arena is no longer just within the country. For example, Michael Cinco has taken over the Middle East and has been dubbed the stylist of the stars, while Monique Lhuillier has been
His aswang-inspired accessories caught the eye of Philip Treacy's agent.
LONDON, UK - While the world was busy with news of the Oscars, one of our homegrown talents, Ken Samudio, was quietly filing a dispatch of his own. After making it into Vogue, the bag designer bagged the runner-up spot in the Best
The bridal bliss continues as another designer brings us a collection of dresses fit for a fairytale wedding.
They say a woman's most prized dress is her wedding gown. It should capture her persona perfectly down to the very last bead sewn into it. Taking her signature mark of clean lines and elegant silhouettes, Vania Romoff breathes life into these
Filipino Designers Featured In The Guardian
The Guardian releases a feature on the International Fashion Showcase in London and how only the Filipino contingent, Manila Wear, "incorporated indigenous sustainable materials into their designs. In addition, each designer had either a partnership with an NGO where profits are put
Which dress do you think the Kenyan star would choose?
First it was Ralph Lauren for the Golden Globes, followed by Calvin Klein for Critics' Choice, Gucci for the SAGs, and then Christian Dior for the BAFTAs. Now, woudn't it be so awesome if Hollywood's new It girl, Lupita Nyong'o, wore a Filipino designer
The master weaver debuts his latest collection in London for the annual International Fashion Showcase.
After bagging second place in the 49th Japan Fashion Design Contest in Tokyo three years ago for his "Dreamweaver" collection, Jun Artajo has been an unstoppable force to reckon with. Known for his intricate weaving techniques and modern interpretation of our native
Here's an exclusive peek on the pieces up for grabs on his one-day sale happening tomorrow, February 1st.
Bagging the Supima Design Award in New York four years ago for his design of the “re-invention of the classic T-shirt” was Robin Tomas’ first major breakthrough as a fashion designer, and he has been unstoppable ever since. Still based in NYC,
Here's what designers Bo Parcon, Happy Andrada, Jaki Penalosa, Santi Obcena, Oz Go, and Xernan Orticio have to say about their collections.
Season after season, the designers included in the Visions and Trends show never fail to bring excitingly new fashion concoctions to the table. This time around, the lineup supplied stylistas with an abundance of diverse creative energy to feast on ranging from
Jian Lasala at Philippine Fashion Week
John Guarnes at Philippine Fashion Week
Arnold Galang at Philippine Fashion Week
Xernan Orticio at Philippine Fashion Week
Santi Obcena at Philippine Fashion Week
Bo Parcon at Philippine Fashion Week
Oz Go at Philippine Fashion Week
Jaki Penalosa at Philippine Fashion Week
Marrying functionality and fashion—know why Bien Santiago elevates swimwear in her PEFTA collection.
PEFTA recipient, Bien Santiago, is a swimwear designer whose brand, Yuminum, is making waves especially in the online shopping sphere. Read on to know more about her!WHAT IS YOUR COLLECTION ABOUT? ANYTHING SPECIFIC IT WAS INPIRED BY? I lived beside rice fields growing
Read on to know more about the collections of Alodia Cecilia, Dimple Lim, Jian Lasala, John Guernes, and Yako Reyes.
This year’s Ready-To-Wear collections presented a well-defined mix of designs that catered to women of different personas. Alodia Cecilia opened the show with a series of dresses, from oversized sweaters for the minimalist to cutesy A-lines for the girly-girl at heart. To