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  • Philippines' coveted fashion designers added a new spin to front-row dressing at the 10th season of Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival What better way to celebrate a new season of fashion than with the brightest and biggest fashion personalities? With their modern take on trends and that Manila cool vibe, Philippines' coveted fashion designers added a new spin to front-row dressing at the Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival. In its 10th season, the much celebrated fashion fest kicked off the year of style on a high note. Close to 39 notable designers showcased their collections, and needless to say, had their models dressed to impress. Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival: 5 Womenswear Trends That Be For a romantic at heart, there were florals and tulles. For those with a wild imagination, there were nets and peek-a-book shirts. And, for those who like a more modern take on

  • Dino Lloren's serving us a punchy sip of summer lemonade via his fresh, borderline minimalist collection at the latest Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival. Now this is the tasteful, elegant way to wear 2019's big neon trend, ladies—try throwing a citrine, pailette-dotted top over simple, flowing optic white palazzo pants for a weekend lunch out, or make your apperance seaside in a jawdroppingly simple maxi shift dress the hue of a Faber-Castell highlighter. Flourescent made easy. Here, see what we mean and scroll through Dino's runway! PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA *** by : preview.ph

  • John Herrera is making it a ton easier for you to wear Filipino pride on your sleeve. Having made a name for himself in the competitive London fashion scene, he's never forgotten his roots—his most recent show at the Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival featured street-flavored pieces printed with a subtle yet telling agila motif, done in intricate black-and white monochrome accented with scarlet. A subdued, tasteful nod to patriotism, for sure. Here, scroll through John's latest runway show! PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA *** by : preview.ph

  • Over the years, Marichu Tan has established her style cred with her ultra feminine creations. She favors lace, embroidery, crystals, and beads that complement her modern and romantic pieces. And for this season, Marichu took inspiration from impressionist paintings, hence the intricate floral beadwork juxtaposed with stylish brush strokes of landcapes. The local designer shares that, among her pieces, her favorite is the embroidered sheath pink gown, which she calls The Swan. She hopes that viewers can look at this dress and remember the feeling of being in love. PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA See the rest of the looks from her collection below! PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA PHOTO BY MATIAS CALUMA *** by : preview.ph

  • Last week, designs from up and coming local and international talents graced the Panasonic Manila Fashion Fest runway for their 10th Season. With the theme "Fashion Formation Decoded", the art and craftsmanship of fashion attempt to go beyond its limits. Read on to find out which collections dazzled us. Yong Davalos The eye-catching collection of Yong Davalos brought us to the scenes of Legally Blonde. With ensembles that mainly consist of pink fabrics, this line-up brings glitz and glam to the utilitarian aesthetic and power dressing. Kaye Morales Everything’s bold and edgy in Kaye Morales’ REBIRTH. Leather pieces, harnesses, glittering fabrics, and serpentine details are only some of the recurring details in this hip collection that caught our attention. Stylia The collection, courtesy of the Japanese brand, is a throwback to beloved vintage silhouettes. From pieces reminiscent of the mod era, to psychedelic bohemian looks, you’re brought along

  • Call it showman chic! Lines and abstract art defined Edgar Buyan's Spring/Summer 2019 collection at the recently concluded Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival. The runway saw an abundance of red, white, and blue stripes printed on an eclectic mix of blouses, buttondowns, ruffled frocks, and shoulder padded blazers that would have definitely fit Hugh Jackman on The Greatest Showman. "My collection is all about lines, thus the major employment of stripes and linear fabrics in different textiles," Edgar tells Preview. "My inspiration actually started with a fascination for structures, and how we can mix abstract art with  linear symmetry. I love my long  dresses that are very elongating, with very conservative patterns derivative from old English." PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO PHOTO BY KARLO TORIO *** by : preview.ph