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These Piña Bibs Are a Must-Have from the ArteFino Fair This Weekend

Did somebody say ruffles?
Bibs and piña fabric are two things you probably never thought could work together. Well, wait until you see Gabbie Sarenas' latest creations. Preview caught up with the local designer, who shared with us the story, inspiration, and intricate craftsmanship behind her stylish

This Trunk Show Features the Romantic Basics Your Closet Needs

Her _________ series is an ode to Fernando Amorsolo.
Art is a fascinating piece of our history. It transcends not only time and space, but also its form. Case in point is local designer Gabbie Sarenas' latest collection called _________.IMAGE Courtesy of Gabbie SarenasAn ode to one of the best Filipino

This Local Designer Will Convince You to Wear More Embroidery

Her attention to detail is impeccable.
In the local fashion scene, most designers take inspiration from the international runways. But for local designer Gabbie Sarenas, she reverts back in time and anchors to our rich heritage to create intricate pieces that are both modern and chic.IMAGE Gabbie SarenasUsing

Filipino Designer Gabbie Sarenas to Show at the Vancouver Fashion Week 2017

She's the only local designer invited!
Another Filipino designer is going global! Gabbie Sarenas will be showing her lastest collection called Pagtànom at the upcoming Vancouver Fashion Week. Known for her affair with rural-inspired pieces that remind us of our rich heritage, Gabbie is putting the spotlight on our

Gabbie Sarenas’ ‘Pintuho’

It’s an homage to Filipino farmers.
Translating to homage, Gabbie’s Pintuho pays tribute to the Filipino farmers in the most literal sense as her collection exhibits embroideries of palay and carabaos on checked fabrics, chambrays and Japanese cotton. Her collection is inspired by Filipino housewear with the use

Dal’lang by Gabbie Sarenas

See her Fall/Winter 2016 collection here.
Gabbie Sarenas’ Fall/Winter 2016 collection is the perfect embodiment of a refined Filipina, but with a modern twist. Her designs, which were greatly inspired by the Tagalog love poem by Jose Corazon de Jesus, present a refreshing take on the traditional piña