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This New Online Shop is a Hub for Top Local Designers

We’ve picked our favorite pieces to shop.
The recent turn of events have surfaced a common desire to support local products and craftsmanship. Among the fashion stalwarts who need our support are our Filipino designers who have had to rethink the purpose of their vocation. A newly launched website called
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This Military-Inspired Collection Won at TernoCon 2020

Mentors Ivarluski Aseron, Lesley Mobo, and TernoCon 2018 Winner Marlon Tuazon, also presented spectacular collections.
It’s only been the second installation of TernoCon, a project led by Bench and the Cultural Center of the Philippines, and we’ve already witnessed a plethora of beautiful ternos that prove that the piece’s design and craftsmanship have much more potential than
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This Bride Re-Wore Her Mom's Old Wedding Dress

It was still perfectly preserved after 35 years.
Most girls spend their lives daydreaming of the perfect wedding dress. Would it favor a romantic touch or a minimalist design? How about the fabric? Would you look for off-the-rack selections, or should you have it handmade by a designer? These are
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Ivarluski Aseron Makes a Case for Elegant Streetwear

For this local designer, looking "off" isn't bad at all.
Through his Holiday 2018 collection titled Off-Center, Ivarluski Aseron showcases his take on polished streetwear with an unsettling edge. The lines on his coats are sketched sideways and his skirts are sliced in the middle featuring different fabrics. Your eyes would definitely need
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How Local Designers Are Making Local Weaves More Wearable

Local weaves are transitioning to the next generation as an identity of Filipino life that everyone can wear.
"It is an identity. The abel is usually for special occasions when made into clothing, like ceremonial apparel,” says Abra Governor Joy Bernos of her province’s weave, a practice echoed for the most part throughout modern Philippines, each region bearing something of
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Which Of Heart Evangelista's Sona Looks Do You Like More?

We want to know which terno you think suits her better.
Girls like Heart Evangelista—gorgeous face, hot bod, confident, and overall beautiful—look good in whatever, wherever. But on her second year of attending the President’s State of the Nation Address as Senator Chiz Escudero’s plus one, we’re seeing that she's been hitting the
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Jul B. Dizon Turns 35

The most awarded jewellery brand in the Philippines celebrated its 35th anniversary with a special exhibit.
It was an afternoon of jewellery, style, and history as Jul B. Dizon Jewellery celebrated 35 marvelous years of creating unique collector pieces with “Ode”, a special exhibit paying homage to world-class style icons through the years. Held at the Rigodon Ballroom
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Preview Best Dressed 2013: Ivarluski Aseron And Joey Samson

Two of the best Filipino designers and long-time friends divulge about their style and aesthetic.
Fashion allies—Joey Samson and Ivarluski Aseron—have been friends for more than a decade. Watch as they share how they met, how they go shopping, and a whole lot more!Click here to see the complete coverage of the Preview Best Dressed Ball 2013.
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Preview Ball: Fashion Film

Midnight Bonkers presents a fashion film featuring the Preview Best Dressed 2013.
"Style is essentially a product of the relationships we build," Editor in Chief Pauline Juan says, introducing this year's fashion film on Preview's Best Dressed roster which took on fashion bonds as its central theme. The video, which also served as Pauline's keynote
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Ava Designer Sale

Discounts on fab designer deals this weekend!
Ladies, hold on to those wallets until this Sunday, August 26, for the AVA Designer Sale at the Rockwell Tent Extension in Rockwell Center. Filipino designers Dennis Lustico, James Reyes, Ivarluski Aseron, Joey Samson, Tippi Ocampo, Louis Claparols, and Amina Aranaz-Alunan will
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Men's Week 2012

Menswear takes center stage as Men's Week makes it debut across the country.
The small amount of attention that menswear gathers in Manila is probably a long-lamented fact by the stylish men in the metro. After all, we are only treated to menswear collections during Philippine Fashion Week. But this year, though the concerted efforts
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Fashion Watch Summer 2012: Ivarluski Aseron

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
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Runway Beauty: Ivarluski Aseron And Joey Samson

Fashion Watch closes with an explosion of kinky curls and scarlet gloss.
After a Fashion Watch season of more smokey eyes than we can count and multiple reincarnations of the messy updo, the series closes with the packed shows of Ivarluski Aseron and Joey Samson. As the photos will probably clue you in, it
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Fashion Watch 2011: Ivarluski Aseron

The designer experiments with patterns and fabrics for a sexily abstract take on the butterfly.
Once again, Ivarluski Aseron had women watching each outfit with lust in their eyes and a hand reaching for their checkbooks by the end of the show.“Papillon,” he told us coyly, using the French word for butterfly to define the inspiration for
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Green Couture

Eleven designers showcase their design prowess with recyclable materials.
Fashion becomes all the more fun when it involves a good cause. Jewelry designer Candy Dizon (of Jul B. Dizon Jewellery) spearheaded the recently held Green Couture fashion show at the Manila Peninsula in collaboration with Manila Waldorf School to raise funds
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Fashion Watch Quartet 2011

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