NEON ISLAND – PANASONIC MANILA FASHION FESTIVAL

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GABBIE SARENAS – MANILA FASHION FESTIVAL FALL/ WINTER 2016

GABBIE SARENAS– MANILA FASHION FESTIVAL FALL/ WINTER 2016
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Bless the models!

Ben.

CHRIS DIAZ – MANILA FASHION FESTIVAL FALL/ WINTER 2016

CHRIS DIAZ– MANILA FASHION FESTIVAL FALL/ WINTER 2016
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Ben.

ERIC DELOS SANTOS S/S 2015 FOR PHILIPPINE FASHION WEEK

Following his dramatic collection of gold and dark pieces, the designer wonder created another memorable show for Spring/Summer 2015. Bold colors paraded the runway in the form of cocktail dresses and elegant evening wear. Juxtaposed cut outs are creatively placed on dresses baring a little skin in time for summer trend. What is even stunning is his incorporation of the dyed fabric emulating a sort of negative film effect.

As always with his show, he imbued  classic elegance with winning ideas that will surely buy a woman’s taste.

Bless the models!

Ben.

HAPPY ANDRADA S/S 2014 for Philippine Fashion Week

HAPPY ANDRADA PHILIPPINE FASHION WEEK S/S 2014
Photographer: Darrel Pobre
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Ms. Happy has been on the business for years that’s why she understands what a woman really wants. I have adored her bridal gowns and hats and became really excited to watch her show for the season. Sherbet colors is what Happy Andrada S/S 2014 is all about. The presentation of her collection is very eye-catching creating a nostalgic feeling during the time where girls (and gays) would love look to like their dollies. Pieces are definitely good for ladies who can’t get over 60s mod fever and Korean-baby doll movement. The element of her clothing has a personality of being fun and flirty without showing too much skin.

To top it all, garments where made to uphold the use of traditional eco-friendly fabric from the Philippines.  Social responsibility and loving your heritage can never be this chic. We can say that her first name positively speaks for our feeling for this collection.

Bless the models!

Ben.