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We all had a blast last Friday night as we celebrated Preview’s 20th birthday and naturally, photos wound up online. With walls flashing two decades worth of editorials, a montage of covers, and a grammable exhibit at the guests’ disposal, there was
The master of detailed minimalism is now part of Alexander McQueen’s design team.
In the cutthroat world of fashion, a designer has to have potent passion in order to stand out and flourish. That, we think, is Jerome Lorico’s greatest weapon, next to his literary background that fuels his creative mind which later translates into
The local retail brand taps two Filipino designers for their latest collection.
While local retail clothing brands usually team up with one Filipino designer for capsule collections, Folded and Hung is taking it up a notch by teaming up with two designers for their Summer 2012 collection. F&H picked exciting fashion design talents Eric
Twenty designers and four bands come together for a night of music and fashion revelry.
Rock 'n' roll and fashion have always made an enthralling, sexy pair, and Metrowear Rocks the Runway was all that and more, with four of Manila's big rock bands and twenty of the country's top designers serving up great performances on the
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
Gray urban knits and monsoon gear inspired by Hemingway.
An old fisherman, a great marlin, errant sharks—a story of struggle, dogged pursuit, and resolve: These are the subjects and concepts that natural storyteller Jerome Lorico paints in sometimes broad, often precise strokes in his latest collection for Fashion Watch Summer 2012.
The artist narrates a dark design odyssey in Aurora, his Holiday 2011 collection.
Jerome Lorico took up literature in university, which explains why there's always a narrative behind his seasonal outings. For his Holiday 2011 collection for Fashion Watch, entitled Aurora, the story is of a journey of a band of nomads awaiting, in the
Warm neutrals and winged liner framed faces for some fierce braids.
Although Jerome Lorico and Ito Curata weren't exactly the most likely pair of designers to show together, they were able to find common ground on two main beauty details: peach lips and the crafty use of braids.For Jerome's show, models emerged with
Ten designers pay tribute to the luxurious and versatile piña.
There is no other textile native to the Philippines that is worth making a tribute to other than the lovely, ethereal, and symbolic piña. This most precious of materials is produced only through a painstaking process that involves splitting the fibers of