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The company for women presents a brand new fragrance for men and recruits Richard Yap as the face and inspiration for RY Eau de Cologne.
Almost four years after being effectively banished from the Paris fashion scene, Dior’s former star designer John Galliano made what some hailed as a triumphant return to haute couture.
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Eight designers collaborate with Marikina’s shoemakers for the Mayor’s Gala presentation at the fourth annual Sapatos Festival.
Artisans and advocates band together to weave an art installation with a noble cause.
Hedgren launches a new collection of bags for women and men at its new branch at the SM Mega Fashion Hall.
Netizens are angered that trash was left behind at the Miss Earth venue, but its organizers insist their staff cleaned up after the event.
The Brazil-based brand of flip-flop sandals launches its first collection by a Filipino designer.
Looking for something fresh to put on? The new kids on the fashion block have just the thing for you.
The last day of Manila Fashion Festival showed promising collections that left fashion lovers looking forward to its second year.
From old-school glamor to edgy street wear, four designers present their take on Spring/Summer 2015.
The stylish footwear honors the Filipino spirit and costs about Php 1,195 a pair.
In the third season of Olay Conversations, the skincare brand challenges women not to settle for less and be the best version of themselves.