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Tag: philippine fashion week spring-summer 2011
Two divergent aesthetics from two solo shows.
Never losing sight of their respective design leanings and motivations, Chris Diaz and Jerome Salaya Ang presented 45-look solo shows alongside each other on the last day of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011.Chris showcased a bright and cheerful collection comprised of swimwear,
Eight designers herald the last day of Philippines Fashion Week.
Eight designers of varying design sensibilities opened the last day of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011. Albert Andrada, Bandoix Flores, Benjie Manuel, Christian Narvadez, Gerswin Qua, June Pugat, Ruben Santos, and Veejay Floresca delivered an eight-part parade of womenswear for the Grand
The heels of summer heats up the runways!
Shoes, just like bags, are slowly inching into the "a girl's best friend" territory next to diamonds. The recent Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011 showed a lot of interesting footwear on the ramp complimenting the designers' clothes. Our favorite looks show that
Summer looks that stood out on the runway!
Armed with our trusty pen, paper, and mobile phones, we short-list the upcoming trends of next season as seen in Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011.Click on the photo gallery to view the photos.’50s Full SkirtsMade to minimize the waist, fashion takes a
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
Five designers look to urban ballerinas, Hiroshima chic, and neon sportswear for Design Fusion.
There was a refreshing lack of beachy coverups, sweet floral sundresses, and skimpy swimsuits in the Design Fusion show of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011. It was as if Bo Parcon, Dimple Lim, Don Protasio, Jot Losa, and Russell Villafuerte all made
One designer presents butterfly-strewn creations, while the other presents a contemporized old Manila.
The tandem show of Jun Jun Cambe and Lito Perez on the second to the last day of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011 never wanted for spectacle, which is very appropriate considering most of the shows this season have been elaborately staged
Four female designers present easy casual clothing, lots of texture, jeweled body accessories and minimalism for summer 2011.
From no-fuss separates, cotton candy confections, and literal florals to fiery color blocking, the Premier B show of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011 had plenty of looks to keep our eyes occupied. Some were more delectable than others, while some were less
Lyle Ibañez, Noel Crisostomo, Raoul Ramirez, and Ronaldo Arnaldo give us a sparkly summer.
If there is a unifying quality among the four Premier A collections of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011, it’s sparkle and shine. Lyle Ibañez, Noel Crisostomo, Raoul Ramirez, and Ronaldo Arnaldo delivered 20+ looks each that portend a shining, shimmering, and splendid
The Brazilian footwear brand and several Filipino designers collaborate to bring us punchy summerwear.
Top Brazilian footwear brand Ipanema launched its latest lineup of bold and playful resort sandals by sponsoring the Resort Wear show, which featured capsule collections from Anthony Nocom, Ricky Abad, Ramon Favila, and Simon Ariel Vasquez. The four clothing designers sent down
Four design heavyweights and iconic beauties launch the start of fashion week.
The very first show at Philippine Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2011 was golden, inspired by new Pond’s Gold Radiance line, the main sponsor. Four design heavyweights—Dennis Lustico, JC Buendia, Jun Escario, and Rajo Laurel—presented six piece collections unified by the metallic color.Adding to