Day Three | Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival SS2019

Taking full speed from fashion evolution towards fashion formation, the Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival Spring/Summer 2019 collections have shown cohesion and the looks stay true to the fashion-forward vision of shape, form and movement.

The third day was definitely the busiest of the week starting off with Lifestyle Talk Director’s Cut featuring Fold Canela, Silver Belen and Art Personas’ Mike Carandang breaking down the DNAs of fashion film. Next was the Finale Show of Cycle 5 of Face of the Philippines competition with both events hosted by Vince Velasco. Lastly, the third day designers showcased their Spring/Summer 2019 collections where most payed tribute to Philippine culture and designs.

Here are some of the looks from Day Three of Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival Season 9. Runway photography by Lito Caleon for Fabmanila.ph, Angela Camaquin and Ryan Sedan. Check out the rest of the Day Three collections at Manila Fashion Festival.

“Fus’ion” by Dexter Alazas

Color contrasts in linear prints and floral appliques that represents fresh take on resort wear and Asian tribal inspiration. See the runway curtain call here.

Kwak Hyun Joo

Bringing the Korean streetwear fashion to Philippine runways, the collection presents mix of fabric prints and meticulous detailing in oversized tops and intesting shapes. See the runway curtain call here.

“Lullaby” by Michael Sta. Maria

A moving representation of love, compassion and femininity interplayed with volume form, sheer texture and delicate appliques. See the runway curtain call here.

“Studs and Weaves” by Dodjie Batu

Punk nation revived in fashion forward and sophisticated menswear looks of mixed printed fabrics, blazer forms and stud details. See the runway curtain call here.

“Diwata” by Bamba Limon

Taking inspiration from ethereal fairies with their mystical and captivating appearance translated into vibrant hues, shiny texture and soft and flowy movements of the dresses. See the runway curtain call here.

“Urog” by Egay Ayag

Davao tribes inspired color blocking, intricate embroidery and extravagant sparkling details harnesses both the old and the new fashion while keeping it contemporary. See the runway curtain call here.

“Tribu” by Aztec Barba

Distinct ethnic patterns infused into modern looks of dresses and different shapes creating strong yet chic look. See the runway curtain call here.

“MindaNow” by Edgar Buyan

Modern silhouettes with various scale of digital prints that celebrates ethnic lifestyle that did not shy away from vibrance. See the runway curtain call here.

“SOL” by Emi-Alexander Englis

An interesting and forward take on circular shaped tops and skirts in white, neutral and off yellow tones signifying the sun’s sheer glare. See the runway curtain call here.

“Blank Blot” by Windel Mira

Silver printed ethnical patterns inspired by the free flowing movement of water translated into relaxed casual monochromatic pieces. See the runway curtain call here.

“Amirat al Luwlu” by Benjie Panizales

Pearls in different hues and bejeweled details are the main highlight of the collection levelling up the sophistication of flowy movements of the dresses. See the runway curtain call here.

Day Three of Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival Spring/Summer 2019 happened last October 17, 2018 at The Marquee Tent, EDSA Shangri-la Manila Hotel, Mandaluyong City, Philippines.

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