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The Pitoy Moreno Gala
A couple of weekends ago, legendary designer and national artist, Pitoy Moreno presented a selection of over 60 Filipiniana garbs for a charity gala. There were more than 50 stunning pieces shown for the show. Warning, this post will be photo-heavy! The gala started with some tribal gear, er ensembles where beaded tops are paired with shiny tapis. Accessories included coral headgear and rope/twine belts. Loving the metallic skirt paired with nude, but heavily embellished top. Next was a set…
Justiniano Asuncion - Tipos del Pais
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Justiniano Asunción (1816 - 1896) Tipos del Pais 19th Century watercolor on paper 14 1/4” x 9 1/4” each (36 cm x 23 cm) “These costumed figures almost look like the works of Damian Domingo, but...
Pina-costumes-Well-to-do-Filipino - Philippine Folklife Museum Foundation | San Francisco, Ca
A well-to-do Filipino in an elaborate striped piña barong tagalog and matching silk trousers, strolls, umbrella in hand, and salakot on head. Early 19th century. (Artist unknown).
Another Filipiniana dress from the exhibit that I caught at the SM City North mall. The butterfly sleeves, simpler neckline and contoured bodice identify this as a terno. Traditional dresses such as the terno and Maria Clara are still worn by Filipino women nowadays, but usually only during formal occasions. However, this is also the first time I've seen a terno's sleeves made completely out of beads and golden ornaments. This fantastic creation is the work of David Ocampo.
Six 19th Century Outfits According to Damian Domingo's Tipos del Pais
Damian Domingo was an early 19th Century Filipino painter who specialized in portraitures, Religious paintings, and made famous the t...