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JEROME SALAYA ANG – PHILIPPINE FASHION WEEK HOLIDAY 2016

JEROME SALAYA ANG – 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.

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Ben.

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Jerome Salaya-Ang S/S 2015 for Philippine Fashion Week

Hye Won Jang (PMAP) walking the runway of Jerome Salaya-Ang  for Philippine Fashion Week.

As summer is fast approaching, everyone expects to dress down for the beach, wear lighter clothes and bare some skin. This literal idea is not the direction that the designer-story teller Jerome Salaya-Ang is going for. Instead, he has the idea of marrying high fashion with the strong waves of the ocean. Each dress has emphasis on textured folds and tailoring. The net-like material sewn in black and neon-colored textiles made an updated version in dressing edgy. The futuristic collection was worn by his models paired with goggles that you would never thought of seeing above the water. Now that’s something fresh and out from ocean!

As the long black gown worn by Irish Ong strut the catwalk, it made me think of another great open-ended fantasy made by a great story teller. For all we know, there is another chapter being written by Mr. Jerome and we eager to see more from it.

All photos are taken by me. Kindly credit me and my blog whenever you wish to use the images

Bless the models!

Ben.