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Metrowear Icon: Rajo Laurel

Manila honors one of its most famous designers for his 20th anniversary.
Last night, prolific designer-to-the-stars, collaborator, businessman (and beloved Style Bible blogger!) Rajo Laurel celebrated his 20th year in the industry this 2013 with a tribute fashion show entitled “Samsung Metrowear Icon: Rajo Laurel.” His new collection featured pieces spanning the gamut of
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Jc Buendia's Silver Anniversary

The fashion design stalwart celebrates 25 years in the industry.
From rolls upon rolls of silk gazar, tulle, and lace, designer JC Buendia cuts exquisitely patterned outfits that would make a Fair Lady out of any Eliza Doolittle. His mastery of tailoring is not left unmentioned when his name and work are
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The Pitoy Moreno Gala

The legendary designer presents a selection of his best Filipiniana for a charity gala.
National Artist Pitoy Moreno was the honoree of the latest Metrowear gala, held last week at the Isla Ballroom of EDSA Shangri-La. The esteemed designer exhibited 50+ of his best Filipiniana pieces from his astounding body of work, which has been recognized
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Oliver Tolentino's Homecoming Gala

The Hollywood-based designer presents a technicolor collection for his first gala in Manila.
Manila saluted one of its homegrown fashion designers, the Hollywood-based Oliver Tolentino during his first Philippine gala as the Metrowear Icon for 2011.Showing a multicolored collection of 70+ pieces inspired by the drama and glamour of Old Hollywood, Oliver exhibited his finesse
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Pitoy Moreno's Tribute Gala

Asia's "fashion czar" to be paid tribute to with a gala on November 21.
On November 21, National Artist Jose "Pitoy" Moreno will be honored with a tribute gala at the Isla Ballroom of the EDSA Shangri-La Manila.To celebrate the genius, artistry, and creativity of the esteemed Filipino designer, 100 pieces of Philippine costumes, couture gowns,
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Oliver Tolentino's First Manila Gala

The Hollywood designer comes home to stage his first Philippine gala.
Filipino designer Oliver Tolentino has been carving a terrific niche for himself abroad with his successes in dressing up Hollywood stars and representing Filipino talent in various fashion events across the globe. This year, he comes home to present his very first
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Feting Filipiniana

One hundred designers interpret the terno, baro't saya, and barong Tagalog for Metrowear's fashionalistic night.
In celebration of the Philippines' 113th year of independence, Metrowear Filipiniana gathered 100 designers from the country's major design associations to present their individual interpretations of the terno, baro't saya, and barong Tagalog. The momentous event was a celebration of Filipino talent,