Miss Universe gowns, denims, and grey wear during Manila Fashion Festival’s final night
March 27, 2017 - miss universe
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Manila Fashion Festival (MFF) sealed a sixth deteriorate with a showcase of collections featuring classical denims, clouds, queens, and a summer deteriorate by determined designers Randy Ortiz, Vic Barba, Rhett Eala, and wardrobe code Folded Hung.
One of a event’s highlights was when Miss Universe Philippines 2016 Maxine Medina graced a runway with a robe by Eala. The detailed bare robe is partial of Eala’s “Queen” collection, that also featured all a iconic manifestation gowns ragged by a beauty black during a Miss Universe competition.
The collection enclosed a carmine robe ragged by Medina during a Miss Universe governor’s ball; a bullion vinta-inspired inhabitant costume; a red robe she wore during a tip 6 QA portion; and a fringed, emerald-green dusk gown.
The collection stands out with streamlined silhouettes and embellishments such as pearls, Eala’s collection “embodies a loyal beauty black inside and out.”
Celebrated fashion designer Randy Ortiz on a other palm explored denim and “its bequest that transcends a bounds of time” in his collection entitled In:di:go.
With designs for both group and women, Ortiz’ In:di:go featured pieces showcasing a opposite shades and textures of denim total with several silhouettes and forms.
While Ortiz focused on a tone sapphire and explored a opposite possibilities of denim, Vic Barba played on a opposite shades of gray in his Grey Matters collection. In describing his minimalist collection, Barba pronounced he took impulse from clouds and concrete.
Meanwhile, fashion brand Folded Hung widespread a fun vibe of a summer deteriorate with a newest collection that is ideal for beach getaways and summer vacations.
Held during a Marquee in EDSA Shangri-La, MFF, now on a third year, aims to celebratefashion and change how fashion is presented not only in a nation though to a world.
The four-day festival featured a register of designers from a young, graduating fashion pattern students of SoFA to distinguished designers of the fashion industry.
Participating designers for this deteriorate embody Pablo Cabahug, Azucar, Cheetah Rivera, Jaz Cerezo, and Veejay Floresca, Darirue, Reyna Chukada, ESME, Mae-Ann Veloso, CJ Martin, Jinggay Serag, Anthony Ramirez, ARIN, Daryl Maat, Martin Bautista, Sassa Jimenez, Renan Pacson, Chris Diaz, Brit Tipudio, Jun Jun Ablaza, and a graduating students of a SoFA Design Institute.