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Princess Sirivannavari Narirat Photos Photos: PFW: Arrivals at Christian Dior
Princess Sirivannavari Narirat Photos - Princess Sirivannavari Narirat arrives at the Christian Dior show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2014 at Musee Rodin on September 27, 2013 in Paris, France. - PFW: Arrivals at Christian Dior
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…
T'boli: Lembaning, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato. Larawan at teksto: 'Sinaunang Habi' ni Marian Pastor-Roces "A sense of the infinitude of variation within the strict conventions of B’laan and Bagobo reserve-dyeing, embroidery and shell-and-bedwork might be gleaned from comparing the clothes worn by Cristine
For Imelda Marcos, first lady at that time, it was just a routine fitting session. But before the afternoon could be over, her two collaborators got a sense of how much she still relished being in power.
Loren shares her passion with the public—indigenous textiles
Two galleries showcasing the country’s rich weaving and textile traditions opened this week at the National Museum.
Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2016 Day 2 Recap - Star Style PH
On the second and final day of Philippine Fashion Week, the runways were brimming with all-out glamour, outstanding craftsmanship, and traditional inspirations that bring the Filipino identity to light. From Jared Servano’s version of the traditional Albong all the way to Cherry Samuya Veric’s Sinulog-inspired selections, check out the final 7 collections that completed our fashion …
Ancient Philippine textiles studied by Prince Charles’ School of Traditional Arts
Evelinda Otong Hamja is a 40-something weaver from the Yakan tribe who, when she was just 9 years old, learned to create beautiful headscarves called seputangan from her grandmother. Back th…
Tribute to Asian fashion
The terno is the traditional dress of Filipinos and just like the Hanbok it is saved for special occasions. It’s a long one piece dress with butterfly sleeves. The terno became less fashionable in the 30’s but with the help of Imelda Marcos it was revived in the 70’s. This is how Ms. Marcos got her name “the Iron Butterfly”, which is a direct reference to the very large sleeves that resembled butterfly wings.