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Check out designer Emi Englis’ glittering lineup of frocks for PMFF Season 10.
In our fashion landscape, many brands churn out clothes that are very much on-trend, and there’s no harm in that. However, we’re pretty sure you crave for classic styles from time to time. Look no further, here’s a collection to save you
Aztec Barba’s oriental hippie collection is a chilly summer confection.
With the summer heat still on and the rainy season upon us, it may be difficult to find just the right outfits to transition from one season to the next. Lo and behold, Aztec Barba’s collection for the Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival
Local designer Windel Mira does colorful, understated spring glamour.
“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.” Miranda Priestly may be the most iconic fictional fashion authority ever to grace the movies, but Windel Mira defies her statement. The designer proved during his presentation at the Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival that florals for spring can
Ministry of Silk redefines seductive through simple silhouettes and straight cuts.
When the words ‘sensuality’ or ‘femininity’ come up, some sartorial images would probably include skin-baring outfits that expose the decolletage (and maybe more) or high-slit skirts that give us “legs for days.” However, Ministry of Silk’s presentation at the Panasonic Manila Fashion
Veejay Floresca presented shapely pieces that make black and white larger than life.
There’s a reason why black and white ensembles are deemed wardrobe staples: they’re easy to mix and match, and they’re always pleasing to the eye. If you think that black and white are a tad bit boring, well, think again. Veejay Floresca
Egay Ayag masterfully layered various textiles for a polished, proudly Filipino look.
Oftentimes, we see Philippine textiles rendered as sunny ensembles fit for our hot climate. Rarely do we see these proudly local fabrics styled in layers and mixed with leather! This rare species is what Egay Ayag brought to the table during her
We love how Bessie Besana embraced the nostalgic in a cosmopolitan way.
Think that Old Hollywood is a blasé sartorial reference? Well, we think that it’s all a matter of execution—and Bessie Besana did it well in her Fall/Winter 2019 presentation at the Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival.She proved that the retro theme remains relevant
Local brand Billy says that to be fashion-forward means to take a few steps back.
Nowadays, the battle of the brands seems to be about “the bolder the better.” Brands tend to distill all their energies into creating the next big disruptive thing, and this goes for minimalists and maximalists alike. However, Billy goes the opposite direction
Avel Bacudio and Matteo Guidicelli’s jean collaboration graces PMFF 2019.
In case you missed it, fashion designer Avel Bacudio teamed up with actor and triathlete Matteo Guidicelli to design a jean collection. Avel x Matteo 2020 was featured at the Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival where ripped jeans were sported by every model on
Gable and Grant inject carefree American spirit in their recent PMFF 2019 collection.
In fashion, where trends reign supreme, it’s unavoidable for people to start dressing like one another. Even for menswear, outfits in the metro nowadays have become a kind of uniform, thus reducing fashion as something cookie-cutter. However, Gable and Grant wishes to
Stylia’s classic summery confections are your new year-round go-tos.
Ever think that the globetrotter feel of international cruise collections is from your reach? Well, it seems like Stylia might have had this in mind in creating their collection for the Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival. The brand captures the traveler within our
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
Mark Tamayo’s MFF 2019 collection shows how you can sport the ‘90s in a current way.
With the comeback of ‘80s fashion in today’s runway trends, do the ‘90s still have a place in our wardrobes? Mark Tamayo makes a case for it. In this year’s Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival presentation, the designer showcased an obviously ‘90s inspired
The lineup was a modern rendition on retro Geometric patterns reminiscent of the ‘60s.
To tantalizing and tessellating effect, geometry and Rorschach inkblots get a psychedelic upgrade with Dodjie Batu’s Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival collection. Drawing inspiration from the six-sided shape, the hexagon, and the Rorschach test, the designs are making a serious splash when it
Refract light and demand attention.
Slip on a sequined dress. Refract light and demand attention. That is the kind of message we’re getting from Steph Tan’s newest collection of evening wear. From sequined gowns, regal jewel-toned frocks to metallic dresses, glamour is the definitely the main ingredient
Jaz Cerezo is in for the frill.
A pretty dress never really goes out of style. Yes, that one elementary school trend is making a comeback. The dresses we saw at Jaz Cerezo’s Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival presentation were bedecked with over-the-top ruffles and bows. Projecting to be one
Daryl Maat is turning the spotlight on sparkle and glamour.
All that glitters may not be gold, but they are looking really hot and right on-trend. For this season, Daryl Maat is turning the spotlight on sparkle and glamour. If you believe sparkles are only reserved for the festive season, then you’re
Fashion has been very much entwined with art for a very long time.
Art and fashion have overlapped for many decades. From Yves Saint Laurent’s dress inspired by Piet Mondrian to modern-day collaborations with Keith Haring and Uniqlo, fashion has been very much entwined with art for a very long time already. While it’s definitely
Fashion doesn’t always have to be avant-garde and intense.
Fashion doesn’t always have to be avant-garde and intense. When you’ve got back-to-back appointments, meetings, and parties for the entire month, how can you abide to wearing anything complicated? By the looks of Arin’s Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival presentation, feminine florals and
Philipp Rodriguez's collection is right in time for the summer season.
The beauty of the lavender fields in Provence has definitely fascinated Philipp Rodriguez. Fresh blooms are the first-degree inspiration of choice for any summer collection. Obviously, the flower fields were reimagined like a fantastical dreamland. Projecting the beauty of spring blossoms, Philipp