Philippine fashion continues to move forward as Manila Fashion Festival Fall/Winter 2016 set a high score for its innovative, show-worthy yet marketable designer collections, what a huge impact to the local fashion and to the international market. Day 3 produced stylish and contemporary silhouettes setting trends to both editorial and commercial fashion market.
Here are the highlights from Day 3. Runway photography by Charles Rodulfo for Stylebible.ph.
LAUQUEN European sportswear debuted in Manila with a collection of stylish interplay of activewear and royalty.
MEDIDA by Mark Tamayo and Nino Angeles ventured into a retro comeback and modern crop fix looks keeping it young with stylish proportions.
VIA VALENCIA‘s Garconne Collection featured as well a gender-bending silhouette yet stood out with its rock n’ roll attitude and expensive taste.
VEEJAY FLORESCA‘s Still Life Collection celebrated the designer’s signature of merging sex and fashion with right combo of lace, fabric cuts and commercial appeal.
GABBIE SARENAS‘s Dal’lang Collection presented redefined romanticism of traditional silhouettes and floral prints.
SEVEN FRIDAY showcased its luxurious timepieces transceding between day and night looks.
Manila Fashion Festival Day 3 was held at The Marquee Tent, Edsa Shangri-La Manila Hotel, Mandaluyong City last April 13, 2016.
Visit http://www.manilafashionfestival.com for more of fashion from the event!
Special Thanks to Tito Junel Vasquez!