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A visual chronicle of three nights to remember Something interesting happened last weekend. Have you perhaps heard of stylefestph, by any chance? Alright, chances are you have. stylefestph is all we've been talking about after all and with good reason. A celebration
Michael Leyva borrows inspiration from the sea and sky At 28, Michael Leyva has already made a name for himself, designing and creating dreamlike gowns and dresses. From bridalwear straight out of fairytales to the now world-famous yellow gown Kris Aquino
It's all ladylike and lovely for Patty Ang's latest collection Patty Ang has been known for her minimalist but ultra feminine designs since she started her namesake brand in 2013. Every piece is well-made, a classic in every aspect and is
Martin Bautista gives us a reason to celebrate It's been said that clothes have the power to affect one's mood. If that rings true, Fashion Exchange International designer Martin Bautista's most recent ready-to-wear collection is what we ought to be reaching for
Maureen Disini delivers tiers, tulle and texture on the stylefestph runway Maureen Disini has long associated herself with a "less is more" approach to her designs. Just last year, she described her aesthetic as "simple, easy and feminine," three words that,