Form meets fashion when we pair the latest pieces from Cebu’s furniture designers with modern and structural garments.
Island Souvenirs flew in Hollywood celebrity “Master Shredder” Adam Saaks for its Cut & Style fashion show recently. Saaks capped the show with two
custom-made Sinulog outfits, which he cut and styled onstage at the Northwing Atrium of SM City Cebu. The off-shoulder dress with interlaced sides and the décolletage body suit looked hot.
Get caught in the romance in the heart of France, where lovers traverse in effortlessly chic ensembles that echo that enchanting simplicity of the countryside.
On July 25, Zee Lifestyle and Samsung threw an exclusive get-together at 856 G Gallery to celebrate the homecoming of the iconic fashion designer Reynaldo F. Santos. After living and working in his own atelier in New York for more than 20 years, Rey has returned to his hometown and enjoys a welcoming attendance from the city’s fashion crowd.
Structured 70s inspired resort wear dominated the runways of New York, Paris and Milan, and are sure to hit the shores of this island paradise. Remember to protect yourself from harmful UV rays by lathering on Vaseline Healthy White SPF 24, with Vitamin B3 that helps lighten and even out skin, and keeps you moisturized without that sticky sunblock feel.
From a simple but nurturing home to making bold strokes in global fashion, Furne One is Cebu’s gift to the world—a symbol of Filipino pride that comes in a halo of gorgeous fabrics, shimmering beadwork and bold designs.
There’s a new crop of creative minds molding fashion. At the recent illustration session for this editorial, dress designers and design directors collaborated to give you a glimpse of the evolving landscape of Cebu style.
with 1/2 of the ladies behind Solara Swimwear, Maggie Wilson-Consunji. Maggie was such a trooper during the shoot. Despite her sprained ankle, she managed to give us amazing shots and we ended our shoot really quick.
6 young aspiring talents for both apparel and accessories were chosen.
Exclusive fashion designers team up with ready-to-wear brands of like-minded aesthetics. While lending creative depth, these designer collaborations with mass-based prêt-a-porter labels broaden the breadth of their collective influence, strengthening both entities through a wider market.