IN PHOTOS: The Star Magic Ball looks of Maja Salvador
Maja Salvador's choices in the red carpet may be safe for some fashion enthusiasts because of the color choices, but don't be fooled by it. What may seem like a lack in vibrant colors is offset by the design of her outfits.
In past balls, Maja has been fortunate to wear designs from Rajo Laurel, Avel Bacudio, Cary Santiago, and international brands such as Chanel and Saint Laurent.
2017 - Maja was mysterious in a black gown by Michael Cinco.
2011 – Maja wore a black laced gown to the event. At that time, she was in a relationship with Matteo Guidicelli.
2012 – Maja walked the red carpet in a white gown by Avel Bacudio.
2013 – Maja walked the carpet in a Cary Santiago gown, with Gerald Anderson as her date.
In 2014, Maja wore a combination of Saint Laurent and Ivar Aseron.
In 2015, after her breakup with Gerald, Maja walked the red carpet solo, wearing a creation by Rajo Laurel.
For 2016, Maja went classic by wearing a black Chanel gown, with sideswept hair. She complimented her look with silver jewelry and dark-colored lipstick.
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