DAY 1 – MANILA FASHION FESTIVAL F/W ’16

Fashion revolutionized. Manila Fashion Festival soars above the mediocrity and seeks to innovate Philippine fashion market and commerce making it more competitive and fashion-forward. Day 1 produced astounding and memorable collections from easy style to rich glamour.
Here are the highlights from Day 1. Runway photography by Edmund Chua of FAB Manila and Charles Rodulfo for Stylebible.ph.
ZALORA Philippines kicked off the event with its latest collection of modern and easy ready-to-wear.

   
    
    
    
    
   

MARK TAMAYO‘s Marked 2016 collection showcased gender-bending menswear pieces of floor-length pleated skirts and cropped, color-block shirts.

   
    
    
    
    
   

ANTHONY RAMIREZ‘s Cielo y Tierra collection presented modern alluring silhouettes of silk chiffon in black and nude.

   
    
   

MARK BUMGARNER’s Formations collection diverged sculpted old and contemporary glamour in diverse volume and layers.

   
    
    
   

CHEETAH RIVERA‘s Andromeda collection translated the interstellar twinkling space into sharp and chic pieces coming down from the heavens.

   
    
    
 
RHETT EALA‘s Nirvana collection took inspiration from the classic Parisian couture and presented into an all-new sophistication and rich textures.

   
    
    
    
    
 

Manila Fashion Festival Day 1 was held at The Marquee Tent, Edsa Shangri-La Manila Hotel, Mandaluyong City last April 11, 2016. 

Visit http://www.manilafashionfestival.com for more fashion!

Special Thanks to Tito Junel Vasquez!

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