Danica Magpantay Ford Supermodel of the World 2011.

Oxygen x Philippine Fashion Week S/S 2012

I was one of the 50 (55?) bloggers invited by Oxygen to witness their spring/summer 2012 collection. Upon entering the hall, I was amazed at how organized everything was. There is a seat for everyone! Yay!

However, since I was late, I had to situate myself in the farthest corner. It was alright though; people were on their seats so I was still able to take some photos.

Oxygen’s spring/summer collection featured androgynous cuts, lots of blue and green hues, and graphic tees using Marcela Gutierrez’s artwork. I’ve noticed that artworks are becoming a fashion fad.

This one-piece I like!

IMHO, Pauline Prieto, one of my favorite local models, best carries the androgynous look but still manages to look classy.

Danica Magpantay, 2010’s Ford Supermodel of the World, begins and closes the show. She looks way younger in person.

Very wearable! This is one of the reasons why I adore Oxygen. I am a sucker for anything that’s edgy, trendy, but at the same time, wearable. Oxygen gives me all.

Since Oxygen is all about edge, I decided to wear the following for the show:

Top from Oxygen | Ripped leggings from Cocco | Heels from Tiffany

Scarf from Shopaholic at SM Department Store | Gold flower ring from Zeros and Fives | Connector ring from Stylebreak

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Thank you Connect Agency for the invite! 🙂

October Target: Score an Invite for the 2011 Philippine Fashion Week

I have never seen a single show of the Philippine Fashion Week. I could say I’m a lot more “adept” in foreign collections. The Philippines is a rich country, not just in values and agriculture, but also in aesthetics. We’ve seen and heard about Filipinos taking the fashion industry by storm, such as Danica Magpantay who was recently crowned as Ford Supermodel of the World, besting approx 70 other contestants from all over the world, and Rajo Laurel whose cobweb dress landed the cover of  Womens Wear Daily, the fashion industry’s bible, on February 9, 2010 :

17-year-old Danica outshines over 70 models, winning $250,000 modeling contract with Ford Models.
Rajo Laurel, a Filipino designer whose cobweb dress landed the cover of the February 9 issue of Women's Wear Daily, the fashion industry’s bible read by millions of people worldwide (credits: thepoc.net)

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