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Twelve designers present their visions of menswear for Holiday 2012.
Menswear shows always prove to be a conundrum for us. While we like our men all dandied up in impeccably fitted classic suits or rogueishly gussied up in their not-so-outrageous everyday wear, we also know the importance of creativity, showing off, spectacle,
Ten menswear designers close Philippine Fashion Week.
It was a commendable initiative for the organizers of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012 to close the season with the Menswear segment. The men are usually marginalized in these sort of things, but this time they were given their due with a
The “for men only” show in black and white.
Opening with the light and easy linen of Anthony Nocom, the Menswear show was off to a promising start. His beige or white suits were styled easy, paired with regular V-neck tees or crisp cotton polos in light blues and whites. The
Summer suits and swim trunks dominate the runway in shades of khaki, citrus, and blue.
It was a bit surprising that cardigans and suits and trenches (Anthony Nocom’s cute, geek chic cardis deserve a favorable nod) made their way into the men's wear collections considering the climate of this country but if one were to align oneself