Its not my first time to attend PhFW, and I’ve always enjoyed watching models walk down the runway, and being able to to see the garments move in person. It makes me envision the day, when Gensan would be as fashion forward as compared to the metros.
I was one of the lucky few who were able to get a backstage pass before the shows. VIP baby, all thanks to Masters School for Models, where I took a modeling course, that the schedule luckily jived with PhFW.
Stylespotting at PhFWphoto by clozette
May 28 marked the first day of PhFW, where Lee had their 125th anniversary exhibit at the MOA atrium.
May 29, SM Womens, showcased classy casuals with pastels, blacks and florals.
May 30 where Lee’s exhibit comes to a close with a fashion show, hosted by Bianca Gonzales.
May 31, 32 designers from all over the PH, jam-packed in a day, from 12:30pm – 11:00pm, I still can’t believe I was able to stay for the whole day.
The holiday collections vividly exhibit the seasons trends, embellished everything, cutouts, florals, and sheer. Among my favorite collections are from Happy Andrada, Gerry Katigbak, Gerome Salaya Ang and Philipp Tampus. The last show for the day was Albert Andrada’s. A fitting finale to a fab week.
|Lovely ladies of clozette.co|
|With Sam Concha|
To check out the collections, visit http://philippinefashionweeklive.com/holiday2014/