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 picks and all the collections!

Benjie Panizales

Benjie Panizales says weaves can also be worn by a modern urbanite. His latest collection features sophisticated silhouettes that come in a spectrum of colors accentuated with touches of Filipino-inspired patterns and weaves.

Kaye Morales

Kaye Morales‘ show proves that the designer is just as gaga over prints as we are! She spruced up the local streetwear scene in coordinates you can wear with your SO. Kaye’s Gemini collection is filled with graphic prints, digitally-rendered patterns, and deconstructed statement jackets that will definitely make you stand out from the crowd.


If you’re looking for new closet staples to love, then look no further than Exyai‘s new collection. The line boasts of reimagined pieces meant for chic city living.

Veejay Floresca

Veejay Floresca‘s collection, called My Lady, depicts romance in the form of florals, tulle, intricate embroidery, and lace all shaped to highlight the womanly silhouette.

Renan Pacson

Renan Pacson pulls inspiration from Madame X, a portrait painting of Virginie Amélie Avegno Gautreau by John Singer Sargent. In the painting, she wears a sultry black dress which Renan then interprets on his collection with a streetwear vibe. He toughened up the ebony frock but retained its elegant vibe through his use of embellishments and play on fabric textures.

John Pe Larlar

We’re treated to a vinyl fest at John Pe Larlar‘s show. His Talit-Hi collection features a range of PVC coats, jackets, and blazers that come with exaggerated sleeves and elaborate silhouettes. Who knew raincoats could have such a stylish spin?

Aztec Barba

Aztec Barba pulls inspo from mythical fairies to bring us a collection that’s filled with frocks and garb fit for a forest goddess.