Presented by the conditioner extraordinaire, the Luxewear collection for the Philippine Fashion Week SS2014 opened with an all-green Jerome Salaya Ang collection for Cream Silk. Models sashayed to the tune of an orchestra, including Hair Fall Defense’s celebrity endorser Sam Pinto.
Chris Diaz followed with his collection “Windfall” which featured dark sensual clothes inspired by the behavior and movement of moths. Done in tulle, charmeuse, crepe-de-chine, jerseys, and lace, the largely black collection was lightened at the end by dresses done in lavender, rose, and pomegranate hues.
Delby Bragais went for “Global Ethnicity” this season. Seeming indigenous embellishments easily caught the eye as they were strategically placed in the center of each piece. But by mixing together purple, orange, yellow, fuchsia, and green, the collection can’t be placed to be coming from here or there.
Veejay created sportswear-inspired looks that take pride in urban chicness and casual comfort. With a mixture of sporty and feminine elements, Floresca took utilitarian fashion to a whole new level with pieces like a cropped button-down with a sheer poncho that extends its back to the ground as well as a pocketed hooded vest with paneled detailing. Staying true to the theme, Veejay accessorized the looks with denim caps and aviator shades.
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