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Tag Archives: Philippine

MADE TO ORDER COUTURE – Rajo Laurel, the Philippine excellence in prêt-à-porter

The dream of becoming a couturier Passionate about his work, he runs a company that blends elegance, romance and luxury. With embroidery, beading and hand painted prints, quality craftsmanship and craftsmanship, he creates clothes at competitive prices. He has designed dresses worn by Tyra Banks, Natalia Zakharova and Dayanara Torres. Winner of numerous fashion awards, he is also known as …

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FEMALE DETAILS FOR STRONG SHAPES – Oliver Tolentino and his concept of luxury and elegance

Bright colors prints and the attention to detail He is a Filipino Designer achieved international success. The originality of his clothes was proposed in a pink photo shoot for Cycle 17. He excels in all fabrics, especially if they are eco-friendly. It is no coincidence, in fact, that he earned the title of Eco Designer at the Global Green 2012 …

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POWER OF NATURAL LIGHT, BACKLIGHT AND CHIAROSCURO – Fernando Amorsolo’s mastery in the use of light and shadow

When sunlight becomes an additional color Four days after his death, he was awarded at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. In his paintings, you can easily grasp the presence of figures outlined against a bright light. Considered together with Juan Luna and Fernando Zóbel among the protagonists of the Philippine pictorial scene, the portraitist and painter of rural landscapes …

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POPULIST ART AND MARGINALIZED SOCIETY – Onib Olmedo and his expressionistic figurative paintings

A leading figure in Philippine expressionism Prior to his death, he had received critical acclaim for his work both in his country and abroad. Onib Olmedo http://www.artnet.com/artists/onib-olmedo/ died in 1996, when he was only 59 years old, but his impact in the art scene continues to be felt on his country. As evidenced by a whole new generation of artists …

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