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ARNOLD GALANG – PHILIPPINE FASHION WEEK HOLIDAY 2016

ARNOLD GALANG – PHILIPPINE FASHION WEEK HOLIDAY 2016
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Ben

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JOIN THE CLUB – PREVIEW MAGAZINE FEBRUARY 2015

Growing up does not mean that we have to forget school especially when you are a fashion lover. The academe scene is one of the highlights of this month’s editorial from Preview Magazine. The popular ones are taking an advance summer break as the head-turner crowns are transferred to our beloved PMAP girls. The kids from the runway get schooled to bring their A-game wearing the best designer collections from Philippine Fashion Week S/S 2015.

Don’t you just wish University clubs would be this chic? If the fashion authority would dominate our schools like this, I mean every fashion geeks would always say present to all the clubs.

Image Source: Preview Magazine February 2015 issue (Scans via PHFW Facebook page)

Photographer: Shaira Luna.

Models: Nikita McElroy, Irish Ong, Kylie Verzosa, Shermaine De Ramos, Emerald Alshamarri, Tola Orendain, Hye Won Jang, Aya Abesamis, Maxine Medina and Ana Sideco (PMAP)

Designers featured (from 1st to last image): Jerome Salaya-Ang, Arnold Galang, Pat Santos and Cherry Samuya-Veric.

Note: Images on this post are copyright to its owners

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Ben.

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Arnold Galang S/S 2015 for Philippine Fashion Week

Veronica De Castro walking the runway of Arnold Galang  for Philippine Fashion Week.

Beautiful things sprung out from Arnold’s love for peace. As strong as his beliefs, the I am For Peace collection celebrated the gardens of spring. It did not entirely speak of its literal meaning though. The deal that he chose for this is the post era of the world without conflict. Exquisite prints of flowers, leaves and bright colors are transformed into poetic clothing for the “my fair lady”. Some pieces paid homage to a visual painting, worn with black and white stripes. Others paired with the same colorful material resembled the birds of paradise. With color-coded sandals stomping the runway, it is a fact that he’s in favor of the serenity in walking comfortably. Talk about a big hooray for the summer high heel time-out.

For the last two pieces, Cassandra Laforteza strutted down in a black swimsuit with shredded blazer reminding us of a black vulture. It was followed by a similar design, but now in a form of a clean white dress as worn by Eriko Malabanan. The finale dress seemed to be a symbolism of his advocacy to his audience. True enough, he explained his creativity and idealism without a blur.

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Bless the models!

Ben.