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Panasonic Manila Fashion Fest day 3 brings us a taste of the freshest looks from the street. On the runways, we're treated to a feast of punk-inspired looks rendered in statement jackets, crazy patterns, and interesting silhouettes. Scroll down to see our top
Veejay Floresca presented shapely pieces that make black and white larger than life.
There’s a reason why black and white ensembles are deemed wardrobe staples: they’re easy to mix and match, and they’re always pleasing to the eye. If you think that black and white are a tad bit boring, well, think again. Veejay Floresca
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We're calling it: Veejay Floresca's glam, breezy pieces from her recent Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival show will be your new go-tos for all the beach or garden weddings on your calendar. Thing is, you'll want to wear these everywhere, not limited to special
Boldness and decadence signal a '70s shoutout.
Veejay Floresca flaunted bold hues such as red, blue, and purple with the use of materials like leather, velvet, silk, sequins, and gazaar for her new collection at the Panasonic Metro Manila Fashion Festival. Judging from the lineup, the entire collection felt like
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Enter Veejay Floresca’s enchanting world through her Spring/Summer 2017 collection. Inspired by fairies and goddesses, the designer’s whimsical creations in tulle, chiffon, taffeta, and lace adorned by intricate embellishments invoke a sense of nostalgia that dates back to the olden days when
See his full Fall/Winter 2016 collection here.
Before you take a look at Veejay Floresca’s Fall/Winter 2016 offering, familiarize yourself with Stuart Davis' “Medium Still Life,” the inspiration behind this collection. Translating an affinity to mature abstraction and modernity, Still Life consists of a variation of peplum tops and dresses meshed with lace
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Follow these designers on Instagram and take a virtual look into their creative minds with personalized posts that are worth the double tap.Martin Bautista@martinbautista9From soft silk satin lines to Christina Aguilera tributes, Martin’s feed is a wasteland of inspos for the romantic
See her full Spring/Summer 2016 collection here.
What’s a spring collection without floral touches? Veejay Floresca gives us exactly this as she patches together different floral prints to create feminine dresses that scream garden tea party. From short pencil skirts paired with bishop sleeve tops to floor-sweeping maxis that
'I am happy to announce that we are all welcome to enter the club.'
After getting flak for an alleged no-crossdressing policy, representatives of Valkyrie club at the Bonifacio Global City have clarified their dress code.Designer Veejay Floresca, a transwoman who was barred by bouncers from entering Valkyrie and the Palace Pool Club adjacent to it
Are dress codes legally binding?
The dress code for Valkyrie (above) doesn't mention a no-crossdressing policy, despite what its guards enforced on a recent Saturday night.No sandos. No shorts. No slippers. These are just some of the policies establishments impose on their guests, but recently a new
Updated 2:18 p.m., June 22, 2015.
Floresca strikes a pose after being granted entry into The Palace Pool Club on Staruday night, June 20, 2015.Designer Veejay Floresca was denied entry into Valkyrie Club and The Palace Pool Club in Bonifacio Global City, two weeks in a row.She told Style
And it's not because of stress.
Veejay Floresca sent down the Fall/Winter 2015 runway ripped, raw, and ready pieces featuring exposed seams, tiered fabric, and unfinished edges-- literally quite Distressed (as his collection is aptly named). The New York-based designer made undone look pretty with frocks that were
See the united colors of Veejay Floresca's Spring 2015 collection.
Veejay Floresca marks her territory on Manila Fashion Festival’s runway with a new collection that’s bursting with color. The show opened with a city skyline flashed on all four walls of the room as the first model came out in a bright
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Truly, things are shaping up for our local fashion industry. As more designers emerge, it’s just fit that new platforms are created for them to showcase their talents, and more importantly, to sell their products. Here is where Art Personas, a fashion
15 designers show us how to do summer couture right.
Summer is not all about skimping it out on the beach with your sunnies and floppy hats―especially when there are talented designers revolutionizing Philippine fashion, a season at a time. Day-to-night renditions in pops of color and neutrality dramatically closed the 4th
Veejay Floresca at Philippine Fashion Week
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Denim, sheer cocktail dressing, and toughened up Filipiniana served to you on Day 5 of Philippine Fashion Week.
Four designers take on denim, workaday basics, sheer evening dressing, and Filipino fabrics on the fifth day of Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2012.CHRIS JASLERIf anybody out there thinks that denim is too normy, too generic to step out of the ranks of
Twenty designers and four bands come together for a night of music and fashion revelry.
Rock 'n' roll and fashion have always made an enthralling, sexy pair, and Metrowear Rocks the Runway was all that and more, with four of Manila's big rock bands and twenty of the country's top designers serving up great performances on the
IFF debuts in Manila with designers from Manila and all over Asia.
Fashion shows are seldom what you would call modest affairs, nor do they often have "modesty" as a theme. But for the Islamic Fashion Festival held last February, none other than the demure virtue was celebrated by eight designers from all over