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IN PHOTOS: The Sinulog Queen costumes by Cebu's top designers

In celebration of the Sinulog Festival, a costume exhibit featuring the work of 6 of Cebu's top designers opened on January 8 at the Ayala Center Cebu.

Gracing the ribbon cutting of the exhibit were beauty queen Apriel Smith, designers Danny Booc, Axel Que, Jongz Loquinario, Louie Gallego, and Ayala Center Cebu general manager Jia Sadol.

Photo courtesy of Ayala Center Cebu

On display are designs of 6 fashion designers worn by Sinulog queens and beauty queens.

Leading the exhibit are two of the nationals costumes featured at the Miss Universe Philippines 2020 pageant. "The Bibingka Vendor" by Danny Booc won the national costume award at the pageant. It was worn by Miss Mandaue City Lou Dominique Piczon.

Photo courtesy of Ayala Center Cebu

Lyndon Adolfo's costume inspired by Lisuga, the Visayan Goddess of the Star is also part of the exhibit. The costume was worn by Apriel, who represented the province of Cebu.

Photo courtesy of Ayala Center Cebu

Other designers include Malayka Yamas, Axel Que, Jongz Loquinario, and Menguito Bjay.

Photo courtesy of Ayala Center Cebu

Photo courtesy of Ayala Center Cebu

Photo courtesy of Ayala Center Cebu

Photo courtesy of Ayala Center Cebu

The Sinulog Festival Queens Costume Exhibit will run until January 31, 2021. – Rappler.com