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Manila Fashion Festival Day 4: Jul Oliva

Jun Olivia sent looks down the runway that centered on one thing: craftsmanship — a clever use of indigenous materials, color play, and intricately woven fabrics gave classic silhouettes texture and diversity. Photos by Kieran Punay of Studio 100

By Patricia Melliza | October 20, 2017

Manila Fashion Festival Day 4: Yvonne Quisumbing

Never straying away from the aesthetic that she’s known for, Yvonne sends down the runway a collection that is detailed to perfection—intricate beadwork, purposeful piping, ovoid shapes, and surprise panels—proving that even if she takes a younger route, she maintains the core of her designs. Photos by Kieran Punay of Studio 100

By Patricia Melliza | October 20, 2017

Manila Fashion Festival Day 4: Dino Lloren

Playing with an almost clinically clean palette, Dino Lloren breaks the innate monotony of white with strategically utilized sheer panels, creating immaculately tailored geometric illusions. Photos by Kieran Punay of Studio 100

By RJ Roque | October 20, 2017

Manila Fashion Festival Day 4: Marichu Tan

Endearingly quirky with its playful appliqués and mural prints, Marichu Tan’s collection carefully balances tongue-in-cheek kitsch, powerfully feminine details, and faultless tailoring.  Photos by Kieran Punay of Studio 100

By RJ Roque | October 20, 2017

Manila Fashion Festival Day 4: Philipp Tampus

Philipp Tampus delivers exquisite craftmanship, juxtaposing sheer fabric emblazoned with paisley adornments, high-shine tailored satin, and fur-like details, the result of which is a luxurious take on colo- blocking and pattern play.  Photos by Kieran Punay of Studio 100

By RJ Roque | October 20, 2017

Manila Fashion Festival Day 4: Mike Yapching

With some pieces seemingly unfinished with its deconstruction, Mike Yapching delivers feminine dressing that is at once powerfully forward, impeccably tailored, and honestly raw in its energy. Photos by Kieran Punay of Studio 100

By RJ Roque | October 20, 2017