- Filipino designers have just charmed the audience at the London Fashion Week
- From London, the next country set to be mesmerized is Australia
- Country's fashion made from indigenous materials will be conquering Global Indigenous Runway in Melbourne
Filipinos have once more proven that they can rub shoulders against competitors coming from different countries.
In the recent London Fashion Week, three of the country's designers mesmerized the crowd with their stunning collections made from the country's indigenous materials.
These are Che Arunjuez, Mimi Parrel Pimentel and Aandrei David.
Some of the materials that they have used for the show include abaca, abel weaves, Mindanao silk and T'nalak.
In the show, Pimentel showcased a 20-piece collection of barong which has detailed T'nalak embroidery, and also with Mindanao silk.
Aandrei David showcased his formal wear collection, which completely stunned the crowd. The designer refers to his collection as "modern Filipina meets Victorian."
Che was represented at the show as she was unable to fly to UK.
Now, from London, Filipinos will once more showcase their ability to create awesome pieces made from Philippine indigenous materials in the Melbourne Fashion Festival.
Among the proud startups that will be featured in the said event is the Kandama collection, which would highlight fashion made by Ifugaos.
Indeed, Filipinos are certainly soaring high when it comes to fashion design.
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