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Panasonic Manila Fashion Fest is back with a brand new season! If you're looking for the latest trends to try or simply in need of some fashion inspo, then take a look at all the collections below!Yong Davalos opened the show with
Prints, patterns, and everything nice!
Benjie Panizales takes tiny specks and trivial details and turns them into a unifiied print for a slew of garments tailored for strong and empowered ladies. This summer collection features cool patterns and bold prints that translate to "relaxed but polished soft
See Marichu Tan's full collection here.
Over the years, Marichu Tan has established her style cred with her ultra feminine creations. She favors lace, embroidery, crystals, and beads that complement her modern and romantic pieces. And for this season, Marichu took inspiration from impressionist paintings, hence the intricate
Mike Yapching is making waves, literally.
If there’s anything Mike Yapching isn’t afraid of, it’s mixing unexpected elements together to create a one-of-a-kind piece—and this is exactly the type of cohesive madness that makes his dresses a work of art.For this season, Mike took inspiration from water—more specifically,
Pile on the ivory shades.
Colors may be a big mood this 2019, but Jun Escario proves that whites will forever be en vogue. And seeing his latest collection, we dare not argue with his vision—clean, fluid lines were at an abundance on the runway. Jun's modern
Browsing through his full collection is like reading a dark fairytale.
Unlike every bright and bubbly summer collection presented at Panasonic Manila Fashion Fest 2019, Protacio went with the road less traveled and opted for a much darker line that serves as a striking contrast to the season.“The whole story is about the
For a vibrant summer closet!
Let Dexter Alazas' Spring/Summer 2019 collection spice up your wardrobe this season. In his recent collection for this season's Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival, the local designer went for the bold and bright route—think predominantly orange and purple hues rendered in embroidered sheer