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Once upon a time when couture was standard, these fashion masters were the ones trusted by Manila's elite.
Back in the day, the elegant and fashionable society women of Manila changed clothes four to six times a day. They, of course, trusted a number of fashion designers to make them look their most impeccable. Here, the Philippine fashion masters trusted
Fabber than a tablet.
Something in Style Bible stirred when we heard Samsung referred to its two buzzed about devices: the Galaxy Note5 & Galaxy S6 edge+ as "phablets." Might as well call it a fab-let, we thought, as ever since we saw this amazing design demo, we've been
This year's new crop of designers brought their A-game with an outstanding interpretation of movement.
It was a celebration of talent and creativity as Preview formally introduced this year’s batch of emerging talents. Held at SM Aura Premier, guests were treated to a lovely exhibit dubbed as “The Art of Movement,” featuring the works of fashion students
Welcome a new breed of young designers coming your way this September.
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The designer holds a maiden run at the Grand Dame for its centennial.
Manila Hotel celebrated its 100th year anniversary last September 28 in haute couture Filipinana style with a fashion show of Francis Libiran, which, although not the hotel’s first—previous notables who showed at the venue include Auggie Cordero, Ben Farrales, Cesar Gaupo, Pitoy
The five students who made it to this year's final list of talented young designers.
The ten students who made it to this year's Preview Emerging Talent Awards (PEFTA) embarked on a crucial stage in the competition: They presented their garments to the panel of judges, who would determine which five would make it to the final
Manila's Prince of Fashion talks about his ready-to-wear Muse collection, fashion versus style, and truly stylish women.
Inno Sotto celebrated his 30th anniversary in the Philippine fashion industry with a much-anticipated gala in November of last year. To complement Muse, the four-part couture collection he presented, he teamed up with Rustan's to come up with a ready-to-wear line of
The fashion show by designers for designers makes a comeback this year.
A new guild of designers is in town and they're bringing Fashion Watch back. The Council of Fashion Designers of the Philippines (CFDP), established just recently and composed of Lulu Tan-Gan, Arcy Gayatin, Ito Curata, Joey Samson, Ivarluski Aseron, Jojie Lloren, with
The January-March session is now open for enrollment.
Start the year off in the most productive way possible by enrolling in Designer Fashion Workshops, taught and organized by the country's top industry professionals such as Jojie Lloren, Lulu Tan-Gan, Inno Sotto, Joey Samson, Robi Lolin, Pidge Reyes, and Noel Manapat.Their
A look back at the designers who made heady headlines this 2010.
The year is about to end, and we can't help but indulge in a bit of misty nostalgia. 2010 was an exciting year for Philippine fashion, one that never fell short of triumphs and wonderful victories. Many designers enthralled with their resounding
Celebrating three decades in Philippine fashion.
Inno Sotto is all at once low-key with his quiet and serene demeanor but he is in fact a great presence in Philippine fashion. His shows have always been thought-provoking and his designs distinctly his.At first we wondered how a fashion show