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Ten menswear designers close Philippine Fashion Week.
It was a commendable initiative for the organizers of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012 to close the season with the Menswear segment. The men are usually marginalized in these sort of things, but this time they were given their due with a
A powerhouse show on the last day of Philippine Fashion Week.
The last day of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012 brought us five designers—Jerome Salaya Ang, Noel Crisostomo, Sassa Jimenez, and Raoul Ramirez and Audie Espino for EsAc—bearing four collections, which varied from the otherworldly to the current, from the frivolous to the
Twelve designers dish out prêt-à-porter for the next season.
Twelve different designers of a multitude of artistic and aesthetic persuasions opened the last day of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012. These designers of Ready to Wear presented a slew of casual creations that are ready to fill out anybody's wardrobe. Naturally,
Ipanema presents the summer offerings of Anthony Nocom, Catherine Cavilte, Dave Ocampo, Lyle Ibañez, and Raoul Ramirez.
In keeping with the easy and breezy attitude of their sunny sponsor, Ipanema, designers Anthony Nocom, Catherine Cavilte, Dave Ocampo, Lyle Ibañez, and Raoul Ramirez dished out cheerful, summery repertoires on the seventh day of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012.A pastiche of
Summer trends that heated up the runway!
Style Bible highlights six summer trends that stood out during Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012.Click on the photo gallery to take a closer look at all the runway photos! SHEER SPLENDORDesigners are acknowledging the heat of summer with a whole lot of
Fourteen different interpretations of "luxewear."
The concept of "luxewear" is a fairly easy one to grasp, we believe. From a segment in Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012, one could, very well within reason, expect to see the best interpretations and renditions of luxurious clothing from the participating
Three designers show their best for summer in SMDC for Philippine Fashion Week.
Chris Diaz, Eric delos Santos, and Lizanne Cua left the multitudes in SMX for a showing at the SMDC of their latest collections for Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012.CHRIS DIAZNot for nothing is Chris Diaz one of the designers whose show is
Three solo shows to cap off Day 4 of Philippine Fashion Week.
Summer freshness and heavy Orientalia were the orders of the fourth day of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012.ARNOLD GALANGFrom this trio of designers, Arnold Galang presented the freshest lineup that had many fashionistas—Style Bible and Preview editors included—rushing post-show to the Hotspot
Five designers show us their visions and pander to trends in this Fashion Week segment.
It really would be a coup if Philippine Fashion Week manages to gather the Philippine fashion industry's most progressive minds to present the best and most innovative Filipino fashion has to offer. Such a successful undertaking would make the PFW Visions &
From flowing fringe to local weaves and razor-sharp tailoring—six designers make us covet all that, and more.
It started strong, and it ended even stronger. Design Fusion opened the fourth day of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012 on a very impressive note with the ten-piece collections of designers Bo Parcon, Dax Bayani, Dimple Lim, Jaki Peñalosa, Jot Losa, and
Five designers kick off the first group show of Philippine Fashion Week.
Denim, camouflage, leather, Dri-fit, more leather—all these and more were presented in the Premiere show of Derick Hibaler, Melchor Guinto, Russell Villafuerte, Ulysses King, and Veejay Floresca for Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012.DERICK HIBALER There is no mistaking that Derick Hibaler is
The surprising finale and other production changes.
We were wondering how Michael Cinco’s outing for Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012 would be different from the Red Cross Ball, which was a little over a week ago. There were a number of notable changes in the show but it was
The actress struts the catwalk, giving the professional models a run for their money.
Is it just us or is Bea Alonzo looking better everytime we see her? Opening and closing the show at Kashieca's Spring/Summer 2012 show last Sunday, Bea was groomed with her black hair in the shiniest finish, middle-parted, walking as she had