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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.
The first Manila Fashion Festival kicked off Spring/Summer 2015 with the collections of Anthony Ramirez, Cheetah Rivera, Renan Pacson, and ARIN.
Filipino online beauty boutique and Australian beauty brand partner with humanitarian organization It Ain’t Nothing to build houses for Malapascua residents.
Fashion week veterans present collections that show they’re ready to move forward to create for an international market.
Six designers presented their collections for Spring/Summer 2015 during the recently concluded Philippine Fashion Week.
Chic black numbers for her and edgy street fashion for him at the Kashieca and Human fashion show.
Seven young designers from Mindanao are ready to go global, while giving back at the same time.
Vibrant colors, unique prints, and statement accessories made their way from Europe onto the catwalk of Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 edition.
Three big Spanish brands make their entry in the stylish scene via Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015.
One of the most sought after designers of the last century died on Monday at the age of 82. Among the last women he designed for is George Clooney’s bride, Amal.