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StyleFestPH Year 2 Is Over: Here Were The Highlights

It’s been a week since StyleFestPH Year 2



From November 4 to 6, 0917 Lifestyle and SAGA Events opened up the doors to Grand Hyatt BGC for StyleFestPH Year 2. The three days were full of runway shows, shopping parties, socials and conversations—naturally, all aspects were tied together by fashion and style. 


With so much going on, it’s hard to pin down the specific highlights that made this year’s celebration a must-see event, but there were certainly some show stoppers that we can’t ignore either. Below, a rundown of the moments we’re still reliving. 


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Day 1: ROOTS

Rightfully so, the first day of StyleFestPH Year 2 began with a discussion on local fashion. In support of local artisans and the use of culturally rich clothing, Paloma Zobel, Chris Nick and Mark Bumgarner took to the stage to give their opinions and hope for the future of Philippine fashion.



Day 2: Future Of Fashion: Ia Coca & Adrian Sahagun 

Capping off day 2 were the collections from StyleFestPH Year 2’s Design Mentorship Program finalists and—of course—the awarding of the winners. Zalora CEO Paulo Campos and 0917 Lifestyle head Leah de Guzman announced their bets for the Future of Fashion: Ia Coca and Adrian Sahagun, respectively.




Ia Coca’s collection was full of bright colors that spelled out the feel of summer in chic yet wearable ways. Meanwhile, Adrian Sahagun brought down the house with his multi-wear pieces and slightly rebellious collection


Day 3: Bang Pineda

What better way to end a three-day fashion event than with a runway show that just wouldn’t stop? Bang Pineda kept things going (and going) with one look after the next, featuring denim pieces, clean whites, in-your-face colors and familiar faces.




It goes without saying, but the designer certainly knows how to put on a show. 


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StyleFestPH Year 2 might already be behind us, but things are far from finished. We have our eyes on some of those pieces from Ia Coca and Adrian Sahagun, after all.



The collections of Ia Coca and Adrian Sahagun will be available for purchase on Zalora and shop.globe.com.ph soon.



Words Adie Pieraz

Art Alex Lara

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