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Filipino Fashion: Neo Filipino

Photography: Dr. Marlon Pecjo

Styling: Charmaine Palermo and Vanessa Johnson of Monsters Production

Make-Up: Omar Ermita for Shu Uemura

Hair: George Aliben for Kiehl’s Stylist Series

Models: Catriona Gray of IM Agency and Mark McMahon of Elite Agency Manila

The contemporary Filipino fashion perspective –

From the terno to the barong, to ethnic accoutrements of bamboo and capiz, to tribal beads and other native nuances, spring distinctively strong silhouettes and stylish forms executed in rich jusi piña, abaca and indigenous materials.

It’s Moda Filipiniana reincarnated with a distinctively contemporary attitude.

Filipino Fashionista

Knee-length Serpentina dress with structured sleeves inspired by the Terno by John Herrera; Adante at Myth Wood Mixed with Metal Neckpiece; Maco Custodio leather skeleton beige peep toe stilettos

Filipino Fashionista: Lulu Tan

LEFT: Knit sleeveless dress with ethnic beads embellishment by Lulu Tan Gan topped with faux fur coat by Eric de los Santos; Myth Bamboo beads and laminated stone neckpiece by Adante at Myth; RIGHT: On Catriona: Mesh long sleeves top by Charina Sarte match with silver and black leather strips pencil skirt by Eric de los Santos On Mark : ensemble by Jerome Lorico

Filipino Fashionista: Ensemble by Jerome Lorico

LEFT: Ensemble by Jerome Lorico; RIGHT: The Modern Terno in Jusi Piña with organza panel by Pablo Cabahug; shoes by Maco Custodio

Filipino Fashionista: Jusi Piña kimono dress

LEFT: Jusi Piña kimono dress with handmade embroidery at the bodice and wide waistband accentuated with Preciosa crystals, abaca flower headpiece both by Fanny Serrano PFW Holiday 2012 Collection; RIGHT -Jusi Piña dress with dyed black abaca strips and faux fur vest by Happy Andrada

Filipino Fashionista: Jusi Piña kimono wrap

Lulu Tan Gan dyed Jusi Piña kimono wrap with embroidery design; Adante at Myth metal and wood neckpiece.

Filipino Fashionista: Jerome Lorico

All men’s wear by Jerome Lorico, made of knitwear from indigenous materials blended with cotton-piña with tribal ornaments and heavily embellished armor-like metal cut or fringe detailing

Filipino Fashionista: Eric de los Santos

Mesh long sleeves top by Charina Sarte match with silver and black leather strips pencil skirt by Eric de los Santos

Filipino Fashionista: Chris Diaz skinny trousers

LEFT: On Catriona: Chris Diaz skinny trousers and jacket with structured shoulders embellished with crystals and capiz shells by Mitch Dulce; dyed abaca crown hat On Him: ensemble by Jerome Lorico; RIGHT – Xenan Orticio cream Jusi Piña vest with dyed pink edge; Charina Sarte black skirt

Filipino Fashionista: Jusi Piña by Chris Diaz

LEFT: Mullet Barong dress made of Jusi Piña by Chris Diaz at Myth and wooden bangles from Tesoro’s; RIGHT – Charina Sarte swimwear with LZ Punzalan wool bolero with Terno sleeves; Lulu Tan Gan shoulder accessories with metal chain; Chris Diaz metal hands

 

Filipino Fashionista: Silver sleeveless top

Silver sleeveless top with peplum and skinny trousers by Eric De Los Santos; Lulu Tan Gan bamboo with resin wood mixed with chain neckpiece; Chris Diaz Metal hand accessory

 

Filipino Fashion: Neo Filipino

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Author: Illustrado

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