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There’s never a dull moment for Philippine fashion as seven proudly Pinoy brands dominated the global stage once more at the Premiere Classe Trade Show in Paris last September 27 to 30. An annual gathering of high-end accessory brands at Paris Fashion
Check out these proudly Pinoy arm candies made from wood, weaves, and upcycled materials.
The Philippine fashion scene is brimming with fresh talents and innovative minds. That said, there's no shortage of brands putting the spotlight on locally made bags. Below, we list 18 online stores you can shop from the next time you're in need
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Kicking off the fourth day of Manila Fashion Festival is Joanique's Spring/Summer 2017 collection by Malou Romero. A marriage between fun and sophistication, the brand's latest offerings, dubbed as "Bulaklak sa Panaginip" gave the runway a breath of fresh air featuring gumamela
She talks about her latest collection right here!
Catching the attention of foreign eyes like Vogue, Malou Romero showed her first collection to global trade shows last year, just a few years from her debut in Manila FAME. Now, she’s back to one of Paris’ most prestigious shows this year:
During Premiere Classe, a fashion accessory trade show held in Paris, two Philippine bag designers got a nod of approval from none other than fashion's last grand dame herself, Iris Apfel.Here she is with Joanique's Malou Romero posing with one of her
It’s the only accessory you’ll ever need.
If there’s one thing every fashion girl learns as she gets older and wiser, it's that quality beats quantity. Suddenly, you don’t need to have that thousand-peso clutch in every color, because you’d rather save up for that one dreamy minaudière. Ladies,
Raw jewelry straight out of the sky.
Malou Romero's latest collection for her jewelry brand Joaniqué is galactic in inspiration. Called Cosmic Collision, she sought the heavens for the concept: stars, planets, and comets roaming the galaxy, crossing paths, and eventually colliding with one another.The result? Precious stones strewn
Meet the brains and beauty behind jewelry brand Joaniqué.
Manila is spoiled for choice when it comes to beautiful jewelry and accessories. Yet another addition to the country's ever-growing list of bijoux designers is Malou Romero of Joaniqué, who joins fellow model-turned-designers Tweetie de Leon-Gonzales and Girlie Benitez in the design