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Purchase some the iconic Filipino couturier's best pieces.
Celebrated Filipino designer Frederick Peralta had unfortunately fallen ill mid last year. His friends from the industry were quick to take action to help and mounted "Federico: An Exhibit and Trunk Show Sale," where some of his iconic designs from his archives
Local designer Mich Dulce will further convince you.
Mich Dulce might be better known for her pretty hats and waist-whittling corsets, but for a designer whose garment construction has always been top notch, it’s no surprise she can fashion an impeccable terno. And when we spotted the Belo trio of
See his latest fashion show here.
Style for a worthy cause.
The ICanServe Foundation, along with six of the country's most talented designers—JC Buendia, Ito Curata, Cary Santiago, Vania Romoff, Mia Arcenas, and Rosenthal Tee—came together to present Fashion Can Serve 2017, a fundraising show to send this year’s message of hope and
Here's what fashion designers have to say.
Every young woman deserves to attend prom looking like the most beautiful girl in the room. It’s an exciting milestone and possibly the closest we have to experiencing a Cinderella moment. And while buying an off-the-rack outfit is always a practical option,
He's taking his original prints with him to London!
In case you haven't heard, Filipino fashion designer John Herrera has emerged triumphant as the first place winner of the London Emerging Designers Award! Though he's already made his impact on both the local and international industry long before this jubilant win, he
Meet the designer behind the local brand, Garrison.
The first time I met Gelo Salonga, a Clothing Technology graduate from University of the Philippines, was Preview HQ. He dropped by to show us some samples from his label, Garrison, comprised of classic and comfortable separates in tartan, camo, and dark floral prints. The
Who said we don't have what it takes to make a dress fit for a queen?
So, the biggest irony to hit this year’s Miss Universe pageant just happened. The same Colombian designer, Alfredo Barraza, who made that dreadful floral terno for Miss Philippines, also made the sparkling (and winning) frock of this year’s queen, Colombia’s Paulina Vega. Now,