Illustrado talks to the most popular Filipino fashion bloggers this side and the Philippines, to get an insight on what drives their fashion appetite.
Illustrado shines the spotlight on 28 of the Gulf’s hottest haute couture Filipino designers
They move in the rarefied field of haute couture, a style circle exclusive to a chosen few. Adored by the royals and prominent ladies of the region, these Filipino designers envisage, create, execute and embellish exquisite pieces of personal art that many a dreams are made of.
Modest and distinctively low-key, Filipino designer Ezra Santos is like a veritable Pandora’s box that bursts into incredible richness, once opened. Here we revisit his amazing style brilliance.
We can finally officially announce it! Michael Cinco’s ANTM Cycle 16 debut this Wednesday!
Up and coming UAE-based Filipino designers create green fashion from ordinary everyday bits and pieces, recycled materials and found hardware that celebrate diversity in expression, textures and artistic interpretation
Not to be outshone by the brilliant season’s lights are these dazzlingly definitive Filipino pieces from the country’s designers with a penchant for our rich and unique sartorial heritage. #illustradomagazine #taasnoofilipino
If there’s anybody who should be credited for bringing in much-deserved attention to UAE-based Filipino designers within the unforgiving and sharply-taloned fashion industry in the Philippines, it is Michael Cinco. The celebrated designer has undoubtedly ignited megawatt interest with the voracious media, style and celeb circle in the country.
But is there something beyond the drama on Philippine Fashion Week runway, the covers in Manila glossies, TV and red carpet couture moments with the Manila stars du jour?
A closer look reveals that there is more to La Cinco than the hype and the million peso dress.
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