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How to Have the Perfect Wedding Gown Shopping Experience

Based on first-hand experience of a pretend bride
Perhaps I should start with a disclaimer (just to prevent word getting to my mother that her daughter is fitting wedding gowns with neither her knowledge nor her blessing): I am not a bride-to-be nor do I have a rock on my

This Pop-up Store Has Modern Pieces for the Stylish Career Woman

Fun fact: Anthony Ramirez named his store after his grandmother.
Anthony Ramirez is bringing back Teofila in a new form—a physical form, to be exact. The local designer transforms his Fall 2016 collection as a pop-up store to take showcase his pieces that are fit for the modern career woman. Below, we

Phfw Holiday 2013 Day 4 Review: Ready-to-wear

Read on to know more about the collections of Alodia Cecilia, Dimple Lim, Jian Lasala, John Guernes, and Yako Reyes.
This year’s Ready-To-Wear collections presented a well-defined mix of designs that catered to women of different personas. Alodia Cecilia opened the show with a series of dresses, from oversized sweaters for the minimalist to cutesy A-lines for the girly-girl at heart. To

Randy Ortiz For Kashieca Luxe

A collection inspired by Madame Grès with easy to wear pieces that compliment today’s empowered women.
When Kashieca launched its prestige line, Kashieca Luxe, it had undertaken the goal of advancing the brand to the echelons of first-class dressing. Favorably, it didn’t fail, especially with the names Lucy Torres-Gomez and Kris Aquino fronting the bridge label. Now with

Runway Beauty: Ready To Wear/new Generation

The slick center parted low ponytails of the Ready to Wear/New
Generation PFW show.
The Ready to Wear/New Generation fashion show echoed minimalist beauty. The look was manicured, simple but spotless. Hair was center parted and tied into neat ponytails and buns with no strands out of place. Make up followed suit with what is emerging

Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2010: Ready To Wear

Six designers present their collections for PFW Holiday 2010.
As a division, the Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2010's 6-designer Ready to Wear lineup is not as cohesive as one would expect. While it's necessary that each designer distinguish himself/herself from the legion of creative minds he/she is grouped with, it's also