Tag: FDCP

Dinner at Lulu’s

Over the busy holiday season, Lulu Tan Gan threw a dinner to welcome some friends into her new house in Makati.  One of the classiest designers and most astute businesswomen around, I’ve always looked up to Lulu–but...

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FDCP’s Manila Wear

Fashion, like language, needs to evolve in order to stay alive and relevant.  The Fashion & Design Council of the Philippines (FDCP) redesigned the Barong Tagalog & Baro’t Saya for use in more modern, contemporary...

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Fashionable and Sustainable

Last night’s “Weaving the Future” finals night was a culmination of months of planning and hard work, and the excitement could be felt even during rehearsals and as last-minute preparations were underway at the...

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Fashion’s Future Looks Bright

With so much creativity and new design talent bursting forth in the Philippines at the moment, I feel we are at the brink of even bigger things for our local fashion industry.  Compared to fashion industries abroad, ours is...

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Weaving the Future

The Fashion & Design Council of the Philippines (or FDCP) presented an updated, 2011 version of its prestigious Philippine Fashion Design Competition around three months ago, on June 28, over a Filipino lunch at Martini Bar...

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