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See all the celebrities and stylish attendees.
As this season's Philippine Fashion Week comes to a close, we're once again giving a well-deserved shoutout to the most stylish attendees. Keep scrolling to see who caught our eye off the runway!IMAGE Kitkat PajaroDaniel MatsunagaIMAGE Kitkat PajaroTommy EsguerraIMAGE Kitkat PajaroChristian BautistaIMAGE Kitkat
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One thing fashion girls aim for is to always look their best no matter the occasion. After all, fashion is a form of self-expression and ultimately an extension of oneself. Pat Santos understands your desire to look golden at all times. Thus,
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Jeffrey Rogador's Holiday 2017 collection is supremely wearable, and that's miles from a bad thing. Mesh-layered hoodies and sweatshirts proudly emblazoned with Philippine destinations are his signature of choice this season: travelers' staples designed for constant wash, wear, and repeat. Watch us
Feast your eyes on this decadent collection.
Jerome Salaya Ang is no stranger to drama, as this collection clearly suggests. This time around he's making use of shine to add that luxurious touch. Cracked foil leather metallic jersey, sequined fabric, and leatherette make up his current collection, lending an
See who brought their A-game to the event!
The Philippine Fashion Week kicks off today! And naturally, we're expecting guests to swing by the shows in their most stylish attires. Scroll down and see who we spotted:IMAGE Kitkat Tecson Phuong DoIMAGE Kitkat TecsonArriana MagnoIMAGE Kitkat Tecson Vanessa MatsunagaIMAGE Kitkat TecsonJullian Culas IMAGE Kitkat
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Jared Servano's latest collection is a tribute. Having always found inspiration in the rich and varied cultures of the Philippines, the designer highlights and breathes new life into A'nsif, the Blaan tribe’s embroidery. A’nsif Reborn depicts the tribe’s closeness and respect for nature, shining a light into a vanishing art by reworking it
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For her Philippine Fashion Week presentation, Kaye Morales stays true to her signature pop-art-meets-punk aesthetic. Her Holiday 2017 collection, in collaboration with Jabra, aims to prove that there is "beauty in the conventionally undesired," taking inspiration from avant-garde art in all its
Where geology meets female empowerment.
Mixy Dy opens the season by challenging the meaning of power dressing. In Ode to the Geode, the empowered woman is not defined by her pantsuits. Instead, the designer proves the power of a striking print for speaking volumes for edge, strength,
Where Queen Elizabeth meets patches and emojis.
Sidney Perez Sio's collection shows just how versatile denim can be. The beloved classic fabric gets spruced up with fun emoji patches. Though it's every millennial's dream athleisure collection, Sidney softens the edgy style with Victorian-inspired details like floral appliques, flouncy neoprene
Because uniforms don't have to be boring.
EsAc makes a case for uniform-inspired streetwear. The distinct cuts and patterns of the entire collection is reminiscent of the service industry's standardized dress. Apparently, mandatory apparel isn't just limited to the workplace.See the full Spring/Summer 2017 collection below.IMAGE Bien CanunayonIMAGE Bien CanunayonIMAGE
His floaty frocks and jackets are a work of pure imagination.
There is so much going on in each of Jerome Salaya Ang's pieces, and yet it all comes together in one colorful collection. Inspired by the 1970s animated film "Fantastic Planet," it's a case of fantasy meeting reality. Fantasy: Multicolored pearls on
His Spring/Summer 2017 collection is all about communication.
Arnold Galang has been consistent about his advocacy for peace in our country. (He still remains active with the organization I Am For Peace, rallying support for peace talks between the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.) When asked about his