The Biggest Fashion Revolution in The Philippines Happening on September 22 & 23 at The SMX Convention Center AURA

Published · Friday, August 30, 2019 05:50 PM

Lovers of fashion, be ready! The Philippine Fashion Revolution is upon us. With less an a month to go, the world will soon be able to witness once more the beauty of Philippine Weaves fused with typical fabrics in this modern and digital world. 

This revolutionary fashion show will be unlike any other fashion show that the Philippine audience has seen. With 93 fashion designers and over 120 models showcasing the intricacy of the indigenous weaves from the different regions of the Philippines, it will be a must see to view the different interpretations of the Modern Katutubo.

The Philippine Fashion Revolution aims to prove that cloth weaving as an art is not dead or dying. In fact, it is more alive than ever. No longer relegated or limited to indigenous tribes, woven clothing can now be worn by the modern Filipina.

It can be incorporated in office wear, cocktails, evening gowns, accessories, and even shoe wear. In fact, one of the rising trends in bridal wear is to have a piece of woven fabric as part of the veil or outer layer of a bridal gown.

If you are a true lover of fashion and love supporting local products, the Philippine Fashion Revolution is a show that you simply cannot miss. It aims to parade designs that use quintessential fabrics infused with Philippine weaves to highlight modern Filipino Fashion. 

Here's a complete list of designers that will be participating during the Philippine Fashion Revolution. 

Adin Lara, Akmad Kari Jr, Bobby Syah, Christopher Ledesma, Edgar San Diego, Edwin Uy, Francis Calaquian, Garvy Terrado, Geoffrey Zordilla, Gil Macaibay, Herbert Custodio, Jared Servana, Jay Sustiguer, Joebee Henson, Jontie Martinez. Karen Castro, Marjorie Lee Gumabay, Mark Yaranon, Melvin Lachica, Michae Barassi, Nicky Martinez, Norman Acuba, Pristine De Guzman, Rafael Gonzalez, Richie Delos Santos, Roel Rosal, Ronaldo Arnaldo, Santa Emmanuelle, Simoun Andres, Velano Hibaler.

They will be joined by Ann Casas, Armand Marco, Basil Malicsi, Bernard Escalona- Bo Parcon, Chito Delos Santos, Deej Glenn Lopez, Harley Ruedas, Jasmine Castelo. Jennica Castro, Jian Lasala, Joel Bautista, Joemel Calma, Johnny Abad, Joseph Palma, Kirby Cruz, Levenson Rodriguez with Oz Go, Mark Anthony So, Mars Silud, Mikee Andrei, Peter ilipp Tampus, Roman Esteban, Rey Lazaro, Rich Sabinian, Richard Papa, jay Abustan, Dexter Alazas, Fanny Serrano Vivo Nazareth. 

Finally Alfie Ong, Amor Albano, Bessie Besana, Card Ancita, Dave Ocampo, Edgar Madamba, Enoc Aliga, Erjohn Dela Serna, Gener Gozum, Happy Andrada, Ira Baylon, Jehrick Dela Rosa, Jerome Salaya Ang, Jinggo Inoncillo, Julius Tarog, M Barretto, Marie Savellano, Mikaelah Michelle, Nina Corpuz, Ole Morabe, Pat Santos, Paul Semira, Pencil Diestra, Philip Torres, Richie Bondoc, Roman Sebastian, Thad Carreon, Unity Ong Tan Ka, Veejay Floresca, Yako Reyes, and Filipino Fashion Advocate Mama Renee Salud. 

Raymond Villanueva, Lynn Bentsen (Producer and Founder of Lynn Bentsen Talent & Fashion Academy) and director Cata Figueroa Jr.

Philippine Fashion Revolution is directed by well-respected Fashion Show directors Cata Figueroa Jr and Raymond Villanueva. Philippine Fashion Revolution is brought to you by Lynn Bentsen Talent & Fashion Academy. If you need help in basic fundamentals in modelling, Lynn Bentsen Talent & Fashion Academy offers workshops on ramp modelling, acting and many more. 

You can be a part of this fabulous event on September 22 and 23, 2019 at SMX Convention Center, Aura Taguig City.

For interested parties, contact PMCM Events Management Mobile: (0917) 834-4978 Office # : (02) 501-0029 loc , 1000 or Email: Look for Miss Mys Sandico.

To enroll for special workshops at Lynn Bentsen Talent & Fashion Academy Contact 745-9533 and (0927) 427-6459 and look for Mr. Roly Halagao.

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