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Álbum de Filipinas Publicación: , [ca. 1870] Descripción física: 1 álbum (60 fotografías) : papel albúmina Contenido: 17 retratos y 43 vistas de Manila y alrededores Fecha/lugar de un acontecimiento: Fecha derivada del rótulo de una de las fotografías en la que aparecen unos edificios restaurados tras el terremoto de 1863 Nota tit. y men. res: En los retratos aparece un rótulo con el tit. en español y en las vistas el tit. en inglés y español en una tira pegada en el borde inferior del…

Baro’t Saya - Maria Clara dress. The Baro’t Saya is a traditional Filipino blouse and skirt for women. Filipiniana Wedding, Filipiniana Dress, Filipiniana Modern, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Dresses, Traditional Fabric, Filipino Fashion

Modernong Baro’t Saya

Tignan nyo ang mga sinaunang Pilipinong ito na nasa larawan. Hindi ba’t ang gaganda ng kanilang mga simple ngunit eleganteng kasuotan? Sinong may sabing sa mga larawan at museo nalang makikit…

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The dressing down of the Philippines and what it means for your business

If you look at old photos of Manila from the 1920s and 1940s, you’ll be transported to a time when dressing was still symbolic and important.

There is a saying that “ Beauty is in the eye of the beholder ” which means that beauty is relative. One person's definition of beauty. Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Philippines Dress, Cultura Filipina, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Filipino Fashion, Filipino Culture, Filipina Beauty

81. FILIPINA BEAUTIES on Old Real Photo Postcards

There is a saying that “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” which means that beauty is relative. One person's definition of beauty is will always different from someone else's definition. Webster defined BEAUTY as the quality present in a thing or person that gives intense pleasure or deep satisfaction to the mind, whether arising from sensory manifestations. I am sharing these vintage postcards of beautiful Filipinas back then. Their beauty was captured by camera and was preserved in…

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Cebu Politics Philippines: Cebu's Cuenco Family in 1932 Philippines Outfit, Philippines People, Philippines Culture, Filipino Fashion, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, European American, Historical Pictures, Cebu

Cebu Politics Philippines: Cebu's Cuenco Family in 1932

Cuenco Family, photo taken 1932 when Mariano Jesus Cuenco was Governor of Cebu My mother, Concepcion, is standing far left My cousin, Manny Gonzalez, found a cache of Cuenco family pictures including this family picture of Mariano Jesus and Filomena Cuenco. Manny's and my mother are in the picture. His mother Teresita is the youngest one, standing between Filomena and Mariano Jesus. Mine (Concepcion) is standing, far left. The other members of the family are: seated left, Consuelo, seated…

B efore the devastating World War II, Philippine film industry was a thriving industry. Film studios like Malayan Movies, Nolasco Films, Fil. Ibong Adarna, Philippine Women, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, Film Archive, Manila Philippines, Film Studio, Historical Pictures, Cinema

PRE-WAR FILIPINO MOVIES

Before the devastating World War II, Philippine film industry was a thriving industry. Film studios like Malayan Movies, Nolasco Films, Filippine Films, Sampaguita Pictures, LVN Pictures, Lebran and many others made films one after another, competing with each other, discovering new movie stars and directors. Most of the films made before the war were either lost or destroyed. A few survived (Pakiusap (1940), Tunay Na Ina (1939), Ang Ibong Adarna (1941), Giliw Ko (1939) and one recovered by…

What has happened to our national dress, the Philippine terno? Though it remains an inherent part of our rich culture, it has certainly evolved. Filipiniana Dress, Filipino Fashion, Philippines Fashion, Maria Clara, Evolution, The Past, Culture, History, Couple Photos

The evolution of Filipino fashion: the rich history of our national dress

What has happened to our national dress, the Philippine terno? Though it remains an inherent part of our rich culture, it has certainly evolved.