We thought it was important we look for a designer who embodies the Red lifestyle. Maureen Disini well-traveled, always open to learning new things, is driven and hasn’t stopped pursuing her dream. She doesn’t stop at design, her clients get quality craftsmanship, and fabric the designer has sourced from all over the world.
For this year’s annual exhibit of student works, Slim’s students explored what could make them truly Filipino designers—and tapped into everything from history, culture and literature to ordinary things like local food and flowers.
The success of a Flores de Mayo rests on three factors: the sagalas, designers’ gowns and the event coordination. The Congregacion del Santisimo Nombre de Niño Jesus has never failed to give us all these. On its 34th year, it celebrated the best of Filipino beauty, artistry and culture by giving tribute to the Dean of Filipino Fashion, Ben Farrales.