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Manila Fashion Fest Now Style Spotting Day 4

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Day four of Manila Fashion Fest Now falls on a Friday, and what better way to start the weekend than to witness local talents come alive on the runway, right? But it's not just the designer clothes that made the evening special.

AVEL Brings Houndstooth Back for 2017

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For a largely monochrome collection, Avel Bacudio sure knows how to make bold statements, specifically with the houndstooth print that hasn't made a stunning appearance in fashion for so long. This collection is a particularly sweet reminder that the athleisure and androgynous

Rhett Eala Menswear S/S 2017

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For his Summer 2017 menswear collection, Rhett Eala draws from a minimalist Japanese aesthetic occasionally punctuated by embroidery and kitschy graffiti. It's what we imagine a modern samurai would wear—with a little bit more street cred.IMAGE Andrew CoIMAGE Andrew CoIMAGE Andrew CoIMAGE

Randy Ortiz's 'AsiaNow'

Contemporary meets timeless.
Asia has become more global  in reach than ever. Fashion has evolved just as rapdly as the continent's economy, but despite it all, the region has maintained a delicate balance between tradition and modernity,  a truth Randy Ortiz draws inspiration from this SS

JC Buendia’s ‘First Lady’

Girl power on the runway.
From Jackie Kennedy to Michelle Obama, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, and Queen Letizia of Spain – these are the women, who according to JC Buendia, are behind a successful man. Underlining the designer’s fascination on how clothes play a part in diplomacy, inspiring a

Lourd Ramos x Aderans’ ‘Creations by the Creator’

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

Joey Samson's Reimagined Menswear

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Joey Samson's collection breathes a new life to menswear as he tailors each piece to fit for both men and women. With a muted palette, Joey focuses on cuts and silhouettes of his collection that are ultra chic and contemporary.See his full

Zacarias1925 S/S 2017

Rita Nazareno continues her brand's penchant for impeccable techniques.
The playfulness and unpredictability of ZACARIAS1925 lives on in their Spring/Summer 2017 collection. Their impeccably hand-woven bags seem to fit perfectly into the backs and hands of every strong, creative woman who is practical and committed to her refined aesthetic. The show features

TDLG S/S 2017

Tweetie de Leon-Gonzalez does it again.
TDLG decided to go heavy on the draping and the tulle for summer, making the case for the timelessness of the long, nude dress while making the most of the nowness of sheer silhouettes. This collection just exudes confidence, uniqueness, and elegance

Joanique Spring/Summer 2017

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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

Manila Fashion Fest Now Style Spotting Day 3

Guests are bringing their A-game at MFF Day 3!
It's day three of Manila Fashion Fest Now and one might think the attendees would run out of fashionable clothes to wear. But last night's turnout will prove you wrong as more guests waltzed in the venue looking their most stylish self

Preview Emerging Fashion Talents x AT Control

Please welcome the red ladies of MFF.
The crowd was enamoured by ladies in red as Preview's very own emerging fashion talents showcased their 3-piece collections that we recently featured in our August 2016 issue. As the models catwalked down the runway in SM Parisian shoes, we can't help

Brit Tripudio’s ‘The Ball’

Culture captured on the runway.
Brit Tripudio knows how to stage a one of a kind runway show. His show starts with two dancers setting the mood, amping up the crowd in anticipation of his collection that explores the LGBT subculture fully translated in deconstructed formal and casual.

Bobson Japan's Redefined Denim

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A mix of simplicity, comfort, and sophistication is what the Bobson Japan aesthetic is all about. In its latest collection showcased at Manila Fashion Festival Spring/Summer 2017, the denim brand offers easy-to-style and minimalist pieces that you can effortlessly incorporate into your

Androgyne Brings Summer's Ease to Manila Fashion Fest

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There's a certain freedom to Androgyne's new collection. You can instantly feel the breath of fresh air from the stylish soul who is meant to wear these pieces for holidays and weekend escapes. Everything from the wind-catching coats to the structured dresses

Renan Pacson's 'X'

...marks the spot.
This season, Renan Pacson celebrates X in all its many forms: as the 24th letter of the English alphabet, as the unknown in mathematics, as the American '70s punk rock band, as the third letter of PAXON, and as the symbol of

National Commission for Culture and the Arts Collabs with MFF Now

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For the first time, a government institution partners with Manila Fashion Fest Now in an effort to champion local designers as well as to promote indigenous textiles and materials. The National Commission for Culture and the Arts held a design competition that

Manila Fashion Fest Now Style Spotting Day 2

See the stylish attendees on the 2nd day of MFF!
On the second day of Manila Fashion Festival, showgoers seem to have brought their A-game, sprucing up for a night of fashionable festivities. Scroll down to see who caught our eye last night!IMAGE Andrea BelduaStig LatoreIMAGE Andrea BelduaJoma BernardoIMAGE Andrea BelduaJullian CulasIMAGE

Arin's 'Reboot'

A futuristic break from the the darkness of cyberpunk.
The future of fashion is never clear, and we think that's beautiful. There's always a chance to make things different, take style to a new direction no one has ever thought. And for Arin's new collection, they're following that philosophy and writing

Basic Movement's 'En Fin de Compte'

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Bringing a brand new artistic experience to the runway is Basic Movement with its new collection inspired by visual antonyms. The abstract visuals in Esme Palaganas' pieces will play tricks on the eye and challenge it to see new colors through their abstract