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In bold and graphic prints, no less!
The women of the Manobo tribe are colorful and creative people. They dress themselves well with traditional weaves, colored glass beads, and a variety of types of clothing for different occasions. That said, it’s no wonder why Davao-based designer Edgar Buyan chose
All by Davao-based designer Egay Ayag!
When Friday finally hits and the daily nine to five doesn't feel as long, having to change into party-ready threads can slow you down by a mile per minute. We're avid fans of desk-to-drinks dressing, so Egay Ayag's latest collection from Panasonic
Dexter Alazas paves the way.
If you're not a big fan of wearing color even in the summer, let Dexter Alazas' Panasonic Fashion Festival collection change your mind!IMAGE Andrew CoThis look is an easy favorite. We'd don this dress to everything from a lunch out to a
It's the modern Filipina's new basic.
Bamba Limon's vision for the modern Filipina is clear. She's not afraid of color—in fact, she bathes in it, turning her wardrobe into a personal statement of strength. "She brings with her an intense passion for the world, deeply rooted from her local
In our books, they all deserve an A.
“The overall theme of this year’s SoFA Graduation Show is ‘telling your story in the most creative way you can’—from something intangible inside of you and making it to something that is tangible. We want students to get inspiration within,” "explains Gabbie Sarenas,
Neon Island's got your summer wardrobe covered!
Every so often, some collections come out and simply amaze us. They give our wardrobes a breath of fresh air and are little reminders of just how fun fashion is supposed to be. Neon Island did just that when they presented their
Comfy and stylish!
Lounging in your pajamas never looked this good; we have designer sleepwear brand Eve to thank for this! If you've grown tired of wearing florals and frilly dresses to a night out with your girl friends, here's an outfit you can easily
A collection that is unabashedly wearable.
It’s hard to put a finger on the pulse of Teofila’s collection for Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival 2018. Is it minimalist? The solid colored dresses seem to say so. But what about the use of pintucks and asymmetrical hemming? These surprise details
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The moment Mark Tamayo's first look went down the runway, all we could think of was how perfect it would be for a civil wedding. The sheer half-suit, half-dress number had a crisp sophistication to it despite its subtle rejection to go
Jinggay Serag's timeless metallics will convince you.
Every cloud has a silver lining, and Jinggay Serag took the adage to heart in her take on metallic dressing. Entitled Speranza (Esperanza is the Spanish word for hope), the collection interspersed streamlined metallic pieces into soft silhouettes in black.The collection's body-hugging
From the office to bed.
Wilbur Lang's girls just want to get some sleep. Clutching thick blankets as if rudely awakened from their slumber, they parade down the runway in heavily ruffled babydoll dresses, each elaborately curled ruffle loaded onto otherwise floaty frocks.A surge of ruffle creates
Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival's second night saw a generous slew of well-dressed attendees! Here, scroll to take a peek at the looks that caught our eye.IMAGE Deneb VillanuevaJehza HuelarIMAGE Deneb VillanuevaVenus RajIMAGE Deneb VillanuevaMa. Ahtisa ManaloIMAGE Deneb VillanuevaMikuni Munsayac and Cathleen TiamsonIMAGE