The Philippine fashion revolution continues to evolve as Manila Fashion Festival took center stage and launched its Fall/Winter 2016 collections at the heart of Metro Manila. Day 4 Evening show closed the season with the glamorous visionary style and one-of-a-kind high-fashion designs from the most sought after fashion designers in the metro. 
Runway photography by Charles Rodulfo for
COCA-COLA DRESS COKE (Black Label) showcased branded pieces with the classic logo and product prints turning regular streetwear into polished, well-styled looks.


BANGGO NIU‘s Luxotica collection delivered luxe, sophisticated pieces for an outdoorsy thrill from sheer and silk shirts with functional pockets to loose menswear tops.


JAZ CEREZO‘s Luna collection took inspiration from sunset hues of deep orange and purple on shoulder-bared tops, snug dresses and thigh-high slit skirts.

PABLO CABAHUG‘s Alter Ego collection definitely brought elegance and full spirit to ready-to-wear gowns and dresses. Plus points to trail dresses which redefine sexiness.

AZUCAR‘s Bejewelled collection by Arleen Sipat-Sutton glittered on the runway with rich embellishments and dazzling jewels on glamorous gowns and dresses.


RANDY ORTIZ‘ Louise collection closed the season with a remarkable note showcasing high-end winter-toned menswear looks from rich-textured suits to camo bomber jackets to turtlenecks and matching scarves; while power-dressing for women reigned supreme from ruffled tops to well-tailored silk and glittered dresses.

Manila Fashion Festival Day 4 was held at The Marquee Tent, Edsa Shangri-La Manila Hotel, Mandaluyong City last April 14, 2016. 
Visit for more of fashion from the event!
Special Thanks to Tito Junel Vasquez!

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