Tag: Filipino style

Work in Progress

It’s the middle of the week, in the middle of the month, in (roughly) the middle of the year and so far I’ve been quite happy with the ‘work-life’ balance I seem to have finally stumbled on. Less mindless...

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Party Night!

After weeks of much-needed unplugging, relaxing and beach-combing, it was a welcome change to dress up last night and head off to celebrate at the anniversary parties of two very distinctive glossies. Both Cosmopolitan magazine...

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Sunlight In My Drawing Room

It’s not everyday that one gets a literal dose of “Sunlight” while at work 🙂 One of the ubiquitous tunes of the early nineties in Manila, “Sunlight” was on everyone’s lips and the favorite...

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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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No Tricks, All Treats

Last October 30, Ito and I made our way to SMX to watch one of the last shows on the final day of Philippine Fashion Week.  We were running a little late since our long weekend had been a busy one, but thanks to most people...

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Gallery of Past Work


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