Sunday, October 23, 2011

Freeway National Artist Collectors Series Honoring Vicente Manansala

After paying tribute to National Artists Nick Joaquin (Literature), Ang Kiukok (Visual Arts), Jose Garcia Villa (Literature) and Ramon Valera (Fashion Design), and  F. Sionil José (Literature). Freeway is excited because Philippine Fashion meets Art again this Holiday season as fashionalistic brand Freeway combines the best of both worlds with the latest installment of the most-loved National Artist Collectors’ Series. This Holiday 2011 collection features the works of Vicente Manansala, National Artist for Visual Arts. This is the 6th installment of the series which was creatively originated in 2009.
Vicente Manansala, our beloved well known Philippine cubist painter and illustrator, reinterpreted or indigenized cubism as he drew his themes from the familiar Filipino environment. Some of his masterpieces are Madonna of the Slums, a portrayal of mother and child from the countryside who became urban shanty residents once in the city; and Jeepneys where Manansala combined the elements of provincial folk culture with the congestion issues of the city. Manansala was proclaimed National Artist for Painting in 1982.
This creative fusion of fashion and art is reinstated to a lavishly beautiful 22 piece collection including classic and modern tailored dresses, woven shirt tops, sublimation print graphic tees and dresses, Manansala watch, tote bags and accessories. Get royally ready to get your Freeway x Manansala fashion fix this! The collection will officially hit the stores on October 21.
All items will have their own gift packaging and a swing tag of Manansala’s bio. View the entire collection here.
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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Feiyue Shoes - Flying Forward to Philippine Fashion

More and more international Fashion name are making their way to Philippine Fashion, before I shared all about BoxFresh which is an Authentic British Street wear.  Now I’m going to share to you guys the latest name that is Flying Forward to our Fashion Scene. Feiyue Shoes truly made its debut in 2006 when a French team of sneaker enthusiasts took over the brand, eventually sending them through a series of improvements in both quality and design. Without losing any of its authentic vintage charm, these changes transformed Feiyue into the innovative and trendy brand it is today and more than ever, Feiyue is ready to conquer new markets.
Feiyue is pronounced as “fey-way”, and to be honest it’s also my first time to really find out more about Feiyue Sneakers. Although being successful in conquering different markets, the obstacle that Feiyue Shoes faced in the Philippine market was adopting the design to the foot size of the Filipinos, because it was originally a French design. But then again, because of the trendy design of the shoes I know it will be a hit in the Philippine Fashion, and I am looking forward to try these shoes on my own. By the way before I forgot Feiyue Shoes Philippines have a unisex design, meaning it is good for both male and female.
Here is a brief history of Feiyue; Their Shoe line have jumped beyond the French trendsetters and are now being sold in more than 20 countries, with approximately more than 1000 points of sale in France and 100 in the rest of the world. They also aim to create an accessible, fashionable product; one that develops inspired partnerships that are in tune with its creative DNA and core values. As a brand, Feiyue remains committed to artistic culture and expressive freedom. Not bring afraid of branching out and experimenting with other mediums, it’s this philosophy that has given birth to a diverse community of colleagues and contributors, who continue to make Feiyue the brand it is today.
Feiyueʼs collaborations with artists and creative communities are also a core component of the brand becoming an inspired citizen of the world. Past collaborators include CELINE, Steph.Cop.,  NSBQ, Ubiquity Record, and most recently André Saraiva. Feiyueʼs strong commitment to being accessible to everyone makes them a truly unique, creative and universal brand.
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Monday, October 17, 2011

Schedule of the upcoming Philippine Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2012

Here's the Schedule of the upcoming Philippine Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2012
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Friday, October 7, 2011

Fashion Gives Back Bazaar: Philippine Fashion for a Cause

Christmas season is hear and one of the sign that it is hear are bazaars. Because with bazaars you can enjoy all the best deals from clothing to fashion accessories. Talking about bazaars, theres a charity event called “Fashion gives back” it is a Philippine Fashion for a cause that features a Fashion show and of course a Bazaar. Avoid Christmas Rush and buy everything you need for your early Christmas Shopping in this 2-day Charity Bazaar.
Charity event is for the following:
  1. Send-A-Child-To-School Program for P1000- one school year
  2. Change to Know Project Aral: Silid Aklatan To Know is To Grow
Note: this all goes to the Lyceum Camiguin, for the first public library building of children in remote Camiguin Norte of Babuyan Islands.

Here's the details of the said event:
Date: October 14-15 at IL Terrazo, Tomas Morato.
Bazaar hours: 12 noon till 10pm
Fashion show: 9:30 pm on Oct. 14
( brands: Amour partywear, Cocomo swimwear, Hand painted designs by Clarice Teves,
Undernourished partywear, World Traveller luggage)
Make up seminar for free by Motives make up on Oct. 15 at 2:30 pm

Bazaar tickets available at the bazaar proper with freebies and discounts at IL terrazo in-house establishments.

Here are some of the featured Brands:
  • cocomo swimwear
  • Motives make up
  • Amour casual and partywear
  • Undernourished partywear
  • World traveller luggage and bags with High sierra bags
  • Haute Love hand painted clothing
  • D'haus of aroma- aromatherapy items
  • Madhouse graphic shirts
  • Tutubelle clothing
  • Sinude bags
Bazaar tickets are available at the bazaar proper with freebies and discounts, these tickets are for sale at P80 each and all proceeds go directly to charity. Here are the freebies for the ticket holders:
  1. Banapple at IL Terrazo - 5% off with P200 minimum purchase.
  2. Jack's loft IL Terrazo - free warm fudge cake withP500 minimum purchase.
  3. The Real Thing IL Terrazo - free 8oz. Coca Cola with P250 minimum purchase.
  4. Bon Chon- IL Terrazo - Pick a prize at the bazaar proper and get a chance to win 1 of the 200 Bon chon chicken to be given away
  5. EIVISSA SUPERCLUB at tomas morato cor. timog (3rd floor of CTTM Building) - free entrance valid for oct. 14-15 only
  6. The LOUNGE FUNCTION ROOM TOMAS MORATO 2nd floor BELLAGIO Square, Scout Fuentebella Street corner Tomas Morato
Wanna visit this Charity Bazaar for free? Follow the instruction below:
Like Event Lover's Hideout Page at and be one of the first 30 commenters of this post Please include your FULL NAME & EMAIL ADDRESS in your comment. Only ONE entry per person and the deadline would be on October 11, 2011.

By the way, If you are interested to be part of the Charity bazaar as a Merchant they also have a bazaar slots for only 3K, contact them at for details.

For more detailed information about Fashion Gives Back Bazaar, please do visit them on Facebook and like them at
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