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We’ve picked our favorite pieces to shop.
The recent turn of events have surfaced a common desire to support local products and craftsmanship. Among the fashion stalwarts who need our support are our Filipino designers who have had to rethink the purpose of their vocation. A newly launched website called
See what she has learned as a fashion designer.
When you think of knits in the local fashion scene, one name comes to mind—Lulu Tan-Gan is, after all, called the Queen of Knits for a reason. Lulu’s love for fashion began early; she recalls reading foreign magazines and shopping at Escolta
Crop tops and skorts all year round.
Cosmopolitan Philippines’ Editorial Director Myrza Sison-Wisniewski once said, “Certain items of clothing are a privilege, not a right." Translation: If you got it, then freaking flaunt it. And designer Lulu Tan-Gan certainly has “it.” Our eyes went agog when she came out after
A little Monday party never killed nobody.
Think Mondays are too early to get the champagne bottles popping? We think not. Expect editors, stylists, celebrities, and socialites to flock under one roof when it’s Lulu Tan-Gan, Dennis Lustico, Cesar Gaupo, and Joey Samson who’s hosting. The foursome brings back Salon
Four of the most sought-after designers come together for a night of fashion.
The Peninsula Manila was filled to the brim yesterday night for the Holiday 2013 collections of four of the country's esteemed designers, Lulu Tan-Gan, Jojie Lloren, Dennis Lustico, and Cesar Gaupo, in a show called Salon. The Rigodon Ballroom of the Pen was converted
The knit queen makes piña refreshingly relevant by using it in versatile, wardrobe-friendly pieces.
Lulu Tan-Gan, who the Philippine fashion industry fondly hails as its Queen of Knits, is focusing on another textile, the beloved piña, to further her design evolution. She's making it more relevant than ever to the growing hyper-fashion-conscious Filipino market by using
Lulu Tan-Gan on the second phase of her career, and the brand.