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Late last year, Ava.ph featured pieces from various Charina Sarte collections.  They were mostly flowy, breezy and drapey tunics.  It's nearly summer, which is why this certain project came to mind....
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I don't really watch America's Next Top Model, but I do check it out sometimes when I channel surf (and that in itself is rare, as I'd rather be online than watch TV). So apparently, in ANTM cycle 16,...
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Last year, while we were still students of Noel Manapat under DFW, we went backstage to help prepare for the Red Cross Ball's fashion show which featured the works of Furne One.  We were back this ye...
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Dearest readers of Reluctant Stylista, I'm inviting you to watch an exclusive trunk show featuring fashion design John Paras and bags and accessories designer Reshma Chulani for their Holiday 2011 col...
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These two designers--Edgar San Diego and Eric Pineda--had a more Filipiniana spin to their collections, recalling an aesthetic reminiscent of Spanish colonial era but of course, sexyfied modernized. ...
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All of the photos I have to show were taken from "10" which featured 10-piece collections from 10 designers: Danilo Franco, Edgar Allan, Edgar San Diego, Eric Pineda, JC Buendia, Johny Abad, Noel Cris...
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I have to admit, Philippine Fashion Week is not really my favorite time of the year. Don't get me wrong, I'm very excited when local designers have new collections to showcase. I crave it, and I'm h...
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Ms. KC Concepcion hosted this year's Bb. Pilipinas competition, and I've been bombarded with questions about the dress she wore for the opening (and well, actually, for almost the entire show until th...
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The past two months have been a flurry of activities for me, hence the significant lack of updates.  Who thought dressing a single celebrity would take up so much time?  But as I settle into a routi...
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The 1920s remains one of my most favorite eras in fashion. It was the roaring twenties, a liberation and revolutionary movement. Women broke away from the prison of their corsets; they kicked up ...
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I don't religiously check the most celebrated designers' collections like most hardcore fashion junkies would. I'm more the let's-see-what-we-have-in-our-old-closets-and-thrift-stores kind of girl. I ...
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So finally we were able to shoot for Mae Aguinaldo's clothes last Saturday. I was really anxious to get this done, especially after having it postponed the first time around. It's not just styling for...
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My idea for the shoot, or at least for the half of it, was high street styling on white background. I was a little anxious about the white background because so many things could've gone wrong with it...
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