IN PHOTOS: Different faces, varied tastes in Menswear
MANILA, Philippines - Classic, edgy, colorful, dapper. These were the kinds of men who walked the runway at Philippine Fashion Week (#PhFW) Spring-Summer 2014 Menswear show last October 27, the 5th and last day of the week-long fashion fest.
All the different tastes of the modern, fashion-conscious man had a place in the show, thanks to the designers who stayed true to their menswear aesthetic:
- Anthony Nocom and his classic style
- Chris Jasler and his sexy denim bottoms and even sexier tops
- Don Sevilla III and his tropical-inspired collection
- Drei Soriano and his earth-toned clubwear
- Edgar Buyan and his fun, floral pieces
- Edwin Tan and his checkered pieces and suits a la "Mad Men"
- Jeffrey Rogador and his black and gray combos
- Jinggo Inoncillo and his interesting print accents
- M Barretto and his sophisticated sportswear
- Melchor Guinto and his unapologetic brights
- Norman Noriega and his matching tops and bottoms
- Ulysses King and his sexy take on streetwear
Here are Rappler's exclusive photos:
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