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Panasonic Manila Fashion Fest day 3 brings us a taste of the freshest looks from the street. On the runways, we're treated to a feast of punk-inspired looks rendered in statement jackets, crazy patterns, and interesting silhouettes. Scroll down to see our top
The designer mixes battle-ready silhouettes and unexpected details for a new look.
Kaye Morales does it again. For this year’s Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival, the designer was able to prove that streetwear can always be redefined. And her latest collection suggests that streetwear could be more than just the usual binary of rebellious or
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When inspiration strikes Kaye Morales, it definitely translates in a sartorially articulate manner that has equal parts ingenious creativity and cohesion. Her collection, entitled Transit, represents her attempt at capturing certain moments of self-evolution—often overlooked moments—that to her, are like bright sparks that
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For her Philippine Fashion Week presentation, Kaye Morales stays true to her signature pop-art-meets-punk aesthetic. Her Holiday 2017 collection, in collaboration with Jabra, aims to prove that there is "beauty in the conventionally undesired," taking inspiration from avant-garde art in all its
Plus points for the the fun patches!
If you’re on the shorter side, you may have a difficult time finding the right type of jeans that elongate you. So learn from KZ Tandingan and her Kaye Morales wide-leg denim trousers. Consider these two variables as you get your own pair: One,
She wants you to show your true self.
An ode to the ‘90s, Kaye Morales' spring collection filled the runway with vibrant fur jackets, unicorn patches, and glitzed up skirts. Balanced by black elements and oversized denim, her designs highlight gender equality and a celebration of one's true self. Kaye
You’ll want to wear a wig seeing this collection.
In collaboration with Aderans, hair stylist of the stars Lourd Ramos brings to the runway artistically crafted hair extensions and full wigs on humans’ heads. It imbibes the Japanese culture, taking cues from Samurais, Emperors and Empresses, they will present the best
Florals for spring? Groundbreaking! But how about sequins and zebras?
Runway season has finally reached its end with the Philippine Fashion Week wrapping up its Spring/Summer 2016 presentations. From zebra patches to cargo skirts, we’re laying down the top looks from our favorite collections of the season to give you a glimpse of
View the complete collections of designers Jeffrey Rogador, Kaye Morales, Erwin Tan, and Sidney Perez Sio.
Herewith, the complete designer collections from the first day of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016:Jeffrey RogadorFor a split second, we thought this designer was going to pull a Rick Owens on us as he sent out contemporary ballet dancers to open his
See her full Holiday 2015 collection here.
Inspired by the Asian culture, Kaye Morales weaves the tale and virtues of the Samurai for her Holiday 2015 collection, Katana. With Jessica Yang leading the pack, models walked down the runway dressed in modernized kimonos, paneled leather jackets and chunky platforms,
Kaye Morales creates a collection that stems from sadness turning it into something beautiful.
Designer Kaye Morales narrates the story behind her latest collection, Melancholia, through an open letter. Read on!--Dear Reader,Beautiful sadness.I can only do what I know. I can only create from what I feel.And when sadness has taken hold of your heart and
The young designer closed the Vancouver Fashion Week with a collection inspired by inner darkness.
Known for urban street wear with a class of punk, Kaye Morales is considered as one of School of Fashion and the Arts' best and brightest. After the success of her prêt-a-porter line, Schizo, the young designer continues to soar as she
Raffles Design Institute Manila holds its first-ever fashion show.
The latest collections of designers Joel Escober, Luis de los Santos, Veronica Velay, Kaye Morales, and Mark Bumgarner all came together for “Fuze: A Fusion in Fashion,” Raffles Design Institute Manila’s maiden fashion show, at the Acacia Hotel in Alabang last May 14.
Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2010
May 30, 2010
SMX Convention Center