Lizanne Cua SS2014

Lizanne Cua

Lizanne Cua

Lizanne Cua
Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014

“My collection this season takes inspiration from the classical mythology in the Sibylline Oracles. From the vibrant gold, aqua blue, fire orange, and deep red tones to the neutral bronze, silver, and gray hues, I used delicate chiffon and textured metallic fabrics embellished with ruffles and bows for a touch of femininity and finesse. The result is a thought-provoking collection that’s sublime, sophisticated, but simple. ”

XOXO,
Fashion Ate The Lawyer

 

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Photos from Celwyn Abasolo and Nelson Villarica at PhilippineFashionWeekLive.com

ABOUT PHILIPPINE FASHION WEEK

Philippine Fashion Week, now on its 17th year, is the premier and largest fashion event in the country. Now staged bi-annually by Runway Productions, it is the brainchild of siblings and executive producers Audie and Joey Espino. The event aims to unify the Philippine fashion industry and to celebrate, first and foremost, the ingenuity of the Filipino talent—from the who’s who of Philippine fashion to emerging brands and designers slated to become the industry’s next big names.

With years of trend-setting expertise behind it, Philippine Fashion Week has evolved into the certified launch pad for both local and international fashion, beauty, entertainment, and lifestyle brands. Aside from providing its diverse audience a preview of up-to-the-minute fashion trends that combine style and function, Philippine Fashion Week aims to be the catalyst that propels the country into the global fashion arena.

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