Veejay Floresca Holiday 2012
Philippine Fashion Week
Modern version of softhearted Filipina has come into our lives. She will definitely conquer your imagination and taste as she wears, so they say, national-costume-for-men-garment known as barong tagalong.
It was indeed a witty and a trendy idea of Veejay Floresca as he presented it on his Holiday 2012 collection. You can clearly notice that his pieces convey that a woman should empower bravery and guts as they guard that there’s still the spirit of nationality on what they’re wearing resembling to former President Ramon Magsaysay who popularized the barong as a formal wear. Likewise, he didn’t lack imagination as the short-sleeved leather shirt, one-shouldered sequined dress and skirt, tailored shorts, and sheer details came up to the runway.
Although there was a Filipino inspired garments, Veejay took us to the international scene as he hurled jackets and wool trenches that are created for traveling. Even I would want to be dressed in that piece gorgeously. In addition to his collection, there were also thigh-high slit evening dresses and sheer dresses granting his show the exact feature of manliness and womanliness.
For his finale, there was a lineup of sheer black gowns manifestly highlighting the leather cutout elements that appeared geometrically yet elegant over a nude dress that lies beneath it. At that moment, you couldn’t do anything but to gaze at those pieces and suffer through admiration.
photos from philippinefashionweeklive.com