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Let's take a trip down memory lane.
It's no secret that the Philippines is a pageant-obsessed country. We always express a deep fascination for our candidates' dresses, beauty looks, and, of course, their signature runway walks. Below, we take a look back at the famous pasarelas popuralized by our
We revisit the Babae sa Septic Tank director's short but brilliant career in fashion.
Before Babae sa Septic Tank and the numerous awards that came with it, Marlon Rivera dabbled in fashion. "The desire to design has been there since high school. I've [also] been doing styling and prod designs for commercials, so it wasn't new,"
Enter the world of Marlon Rivera, the creative polymath we can liken to Karl Lagerfeld.
Marlon Rivera could be likened to a local Karl Lagerfeld. Although he doesn't have a cat named Choupette, he was once a creative director, fashion designer, university professor, makeup artist, film director, and florist all at the same time. Personally, I was a
Irreverently tailored pieces inspired by bondage from a relatively new designer.
His show is always one of the most anticipated outings in Philippine Fashion Week because he always knows how to deliver. From the garments that each and collectively speak of a story to the makeup and styling that propel the narrative, from
Philippine Fashion Week
May 30, 2010
SMX Convention Center
The designer showcases his PFW Holiday 2010 collection in a silent short film.
A sojourn to Beijing inspired Marlon Rivera to create beautiful dresses constructed out of printed fabrics that billowed like gossamer, impeccably tailored jeans and wide- and long-lapelled jackets, and exuberant short dresses cut from brightly printed fabrics. He presented these garments and