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We round up our top beauty looks straight off the runway.
The clothes we see on the runway are just a fraction of the trends that are about to hit us come spring. More than these threads, we also look to the pretty painted faces for beauty tips to cop the following season.
Swing back in time with Eric delos Santos' latest collection.
Eric delos Santos loves to create a colorful splash with each passing season of fashion week. This love affair for all things vivid continues as he whips up a collection that celebrates all things romantic and feminine. From full skirts to vibrant
Nardie Presa takes us to a state of bliss with his latest collection.
Making his runway comeback at Philippine Fashion Week, designer Nardie Presa showcases a collection that is very much true to his aesthetics of pairing simplistic lines with a gentle touch of modern elegance. Naming his collection “Rhapsody of Hue,” Nardie creates pieces
Dive into a world of color with Pat Santos' latest collection.
Nothing rings in spring time like a bevy of flirty pastel hues. For his latest collection, Pat Santos dives into a spectrum of tones and shades with “The Mythology of Color.” Painlessly elegant yet full of meticulous and intricate details, his womenswear
Learn a thing or two on understated elegance from Cherry Samuya Veric's latest collection.
“Svelte” is a word of French origin which means slender and elegant. This word also happens to be the name of Cherry Smauya Veric’s latest collection which demonstrates his signature high octane take on classic shapes and silhouettes. Choosing a palette of
Arnold Galang pays it forward by creating fashion for a notable cause.
More than his fresh and easy to wear pieces, Arnold Galang is known for the cause behind his creations. This season, he continues to push the envelope with a ready-to-wear line that is dedicated to the Peace Commission. Effortlessly chic and very
See what Sidney Perez Sio has in store for Spring/Summer 2015.
Using the country’s traditional wear for men as a jump-off point, Sidney Perez Sio comes up with an easy, low-key, and up-to-date collection geared towards the new generation. Not losing traditional Filipino elements, Sidney usues active wear material and digital printing in
Plunge into the deep blue with Jerome Salaya Ang's latest collection.
Jerome Salaya Ang never fails to stir our imaginations with his one-of-a-kind storytelling season after season. His whimsical and sometimes mysterious creations always give us something to talk about. This time around, he makes yet another bold statement as he tries to
See the wonders of Manila though Jeffrey Rogador's eyes.
Last season, Jeffrey Rogador gave us the ultimate pinoy novelty in the form of neoprene shirts that read the different jeepney stops of Manila. Still riding on that bandwagon, he comes up with a new collection of pieces inspired by the iconic
See the latest collections of designer Jun-Jun Cambe.
Three different collections from three different creatives complete EsAc’s line up this season as it gets the ball rolling for the second day of Philippine Fashion Week. First off, Jun-Jun Cambe takes inspiration from our country’s rich history as he re-interprets the traditional
Catch their latest collection fresh off the runway.
Kicking off yet another season of Philippine Fashion Week, American brand Forever 21 leads the pack with a showcase of its latest drops. This season is all about fast fashion and nothing sets the tone better than a show line up with
Get ready as PhFW dresses up for the era of “instafashion.”
If you were one of the many who attended Albert Andrada’s show during last season’s installment of Philippine Fashion Week, you might remember Executive Producer Joey Espino saying that the coming Spring/Summer 2015 season will be a “transitional” season. A few eyebrows
Joey Espino of Runway Productions gives us a front-row look at Philippine Fashion Week’s evolution.
It all started 16 years ago when the man behind Runway Productions, Joey Espino, went to New York for a Natori project. He was asked to watch the Miu Miu and DKNY shows in New York Fashion Week and then the big idea