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Rachelle Ann Go's Wedding Gown Was Designed By Her Brother

Sibling goals.
World-class Filipino songstress and theatre star Rachelle Ann Go married American businessman Martin Spies on the sunset-kissed shores of Boracay yesterday, and guess who created her dream wedding gown? Answer: It was none other than her brother, designer Oz Go!The dress, simple in
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Phfw Ss 2014 Review: Visions And Trends

Here's what designers Bo Parcon, Happy Andrada, Jaki Penalosa, Santi Obcena, Oz Go, and Xernan Orticio have to say about their collections.
Season after season, the designers included in the Visions and Trends show never fail to bring excitingly new fashion concoctions to the table.  This time around, the lineup supplied stylistas with an abundance of diverse creative energy to feast on ranging from
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Phfw Holiday 2013 Day 4 Review: Visions & Trends

Take a closer look at the collections of Happy Andrada, Oz Go, Russell Villafuerte, Santi Obcena, and Xernan Orticio.
Fresh from her back-to-back wins in various international design competitions, Happy Andrada makes a comeback this season with a natured-inspired collection using our country’s very own organic materials such as abaca, pineapple silk, and jusi. Veering away from her signature pleated creations,her holiday
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Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011: Visions & Trends

Eight designers, eight divergent aesthetics for the last show of PFW Holiday 2011 Day 6.
The final show of Day 6 of Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011 had us seeing all sorts of robotic and bionic inspirations first from Happy Andrada, then Jan Garcia, to Oz Go, all of who showcased android influences in differing executions. But
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Philippine Fashion Week Spring/summer 2011: Visions & Trends

Seven designers showcase seven different visions for spring/summer 2011.
There were visions, and there were trends, alright, in the Visions & Trends show of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011. As with the Design Fusion designers, the talents who participated in this lineup eschewed predictable summery maneuvers for more avant-garde and kitschy