The second batch of designers for the upcoming Philippine Fashion Revolution who will parade their creations featuring Philippine weaves on the runway on September 22-23, 2019 at the SMX Convention Center, Aura Taguig City was recently announced.
Armand Marco specializes in elegant bride and groom wear which highlights his exquisite craftsmanship and his eye in combining textures and fabrics.
Johnny Abad, the current President of Designer Circle Philippines (DCP), is one of the Philippines’ top designers whose designs showcases his proudly Filipino philosophy: Sa isip, salita, gawa, at disenyo.
Gil Macaibay, the Prince of Haute Couture who hails from Cagayan de Oro, will also be showcasing his ingenuity on Philippine weaves.
Joseph Palma, a young, budding fashion designer who also doubles as a stylist draws his inspiration for his designs from his travels.
Glenn Lopez, another member of Designer Circle Philippines (DCP), has dressed up Miss Cuba in the recent Miss Intercontinental that featured Philippine designers with the theme of Filipiniana design.
Philipp Tampus was hailed by the Cebu Daily News as the Prince of Fashion for his eye for fashion showcased in his collection with intricate designs and fabulous color combination.
Richard Papa’s designs are sleek, chic, and modern with clean lines that shouts conservative elegance and sophistication.
Rey Lazaro showcases his craft from lavish bridal gowns to Flores de Mayo gowns.
Paul Semira, another member of Designer Circle Philippines, recently designed a Sagala gown in the prestigious Flores de Mayo for Gretchen Ho.
Thad Carreon, hailing from Isabela, has designs that range from minimalist to couture.
Yako Reyes makes eye catching streetwear that are comfy, stylish and out of the box.
Akmad Kari Jr. hails from Mindanao where he infuses his work with weaves creating a modern and sophisticated look on the runway.
Santa Emmanuelle’s expertise is Haute Couture characterized by elegance and sophistication.
Richie Bondoc, a contestant of Project Runway Philippines 2, decided to fulfill his dreams to have his own name imprinted in the fashion industry after the show and work on streetwear to cocktail dresses to gowns and men’s wear.
Jennica Castro’s collection promotes arts, culture together with fashion.
Melvin Lachica plays with different silhouettes and incorporates his design with abstract pieces makes his collection standout.
Velano Hibaler is an artisan shoemaker who creates handmade sneakers which you won’t get to see, or wear, in your everyday life.
Marjorie Lee Gumabay’s gowns, dresses, and collection are truly awe-inspiring, like a fairytale come true.
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This event is produced by Lynn Bentsen Fashion & Talent Academy.
Event details and photos provided by the event organizer through a recent press release.