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Why not a Cesar Legaspi or a Nick Joaquin in your wardrobe?

/ 07:30 AM December 04, 2017

Freeway, Joaquin The Martyr Sleeved Tunic Top

Freeway is offering its National Artist Collectors Series for Christmas gift ideas.

Freeway x Legaspi Three Musicians Tote Bag

The Cesar Legaspi Collection consists of essential silhouettes such as shift and sheath dresses, and statement pieces such as kaftans and bell sleeves. These are printed with some of the popular paintings of Legaspi such as “Gadgets” and “Man and Woman.”

Freeway x Legaspi Gadgets Fan

The Nick Joaquin Collection features his noteworthy writings such as “Happy Never After” and “The Martyr” as adapted into fashion such as blown glass floral prints.

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Both collections also include accessories such as tote bags and pouches.

Meanwhile Ensembles offers limited-edition collectors’ items that celebrate Filipino talent and creativity.

For its Young Designers’ Series, Ensembles collaborated with Maureen Disini, the popular it society designer known for her clean and feminine designs.

Ensembles x Maureen Disini Flared Sleeves Top with Eyelet in white

The result of the collaboration is a collection of statement pieces printed with Japanese crane paintings. In colors hunter-green, pink and white, these pieces are perfect for those up-to-date with the highstreet fashion trends.

All items from the three collections have their own hangtag story and special gift packaging to highlight the talent of the Pinoy Artist.–CONTRIBUTED

Available at Freeway and Ensembles shops; visit www.TheRow.ph, Zalora.ph

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TAGS: Cesar Legaspi, Ensembles, Freeway, Maureen Disini, national artisty collectors series, Nick Joaquin, the row, young designers' series
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