Day Four | Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival SS2019

All roads lead to Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival as the biggest fashion event in Manila and soon at the whole Southeast Asia. As the event is set to evolve the fashion mindset and scene towards formation, the designer collections are nothing short on its potential, cohesion and showmanship on form, shape and movement. From dress and menswear’s modern and updated take on silhouettes to the flow and drape of fabrics, all designer collections from the four day event met the goal and of course the critic and mass satisfaction.

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

Junca Hair Show

Hair show extravagance led by Hisa Nagatome featuring geometric line prints in strong primary and black and white by Herbert Custodio.

See the runway curtain call here.

“PEGGY” by ARIN

The moment the techno upbeat intro of Robyn’s Dancing On My Own played before the runway show, before male model Cezar Augusto traversed the runway driving a Vespa scooter, I knew it is going to be a great show. The collection took inspiration from modern art, channeling the exciting lifestyle of Peggy Guggenheim presented in ready to wear looks from floral prints to interesting silhouettes and yes, with menswear pieces. The collection was designed by Renan Pacson for ARIN x Vespa Philippines.

See the runway curtain call here.

MAGI by John Magsaysay

Thought you’ve seen the best of men’s fashion-forward sportswear last London Fashion Week: Mens? Here comes John Magsaysay’s menswear athleisure collection to match elevated by strong color blocking segmented by sharp lines and geometric panels.

See the runway curtain call here.

Miyama Uno (Japan)

Oriental high-street looks in a playful clash of plastic and prints of contrasting and oversized silhouettes.

See the runway curtain call here.

Ministry of Silk (Vietnam)

Chic and sophisticated silk summertime dresses accentuated with floral details and modern cuts in dark red and pearl white that represents strength and tranquility.

See the runway curtain call here.

“FLY IN TEA” by OJ Hofer

Ease and drape presented in earth tones and oversized fit yet still feels grounded and comfortable.

See the runway curtain call here.

“True To My Roots” by Protacio

Tulle skirts, dresses and men’s top with a touch of pretty floral embroideries forming a classic look through the ages.

See the runway curtain call here.

“Romantic Serenade” by Marichu Tan

Romanticism expressed in bejeweled dresses and pleated skirts with lace and frill details in standout powder blue and canary yellow tones.

See the runway curtain call here.

Philipp Tampus

Showcasing spring in full bloom, the collection presents glittery lace dresses with floral embellishments in sleek silhouettes and men’s blazer with butterfly designs.

See the runway curtain call here.

Day Four of Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival Spring/Summer 2019 happened last October 19, 2018 at The Marquee Tent, EDSA Shangri-la Manila Hotel, Mandaluyong City, Philippines.

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