Black and a pop of color

TO HAVE a wardrobe ready for any occasion — whether for a black tie affair or a casual stroll — it’s best to first load up on the basics.

FashionLet imagination come into play — with a set of classic cuts and hues on hand, you can easily spruce up a fresh ensemble in a jiffy. This is what Celine Borromeo, a recent graduate of fashion design, had in mind when she developed her latest RTW collection, Line Development.

“I wanted to create a wearable collection that could cater to different types of people, whether teen or adult, sexy or conservative — this collection has it. Some looks have separates so users can play around by mixing and matching the pieces,” Celine said.

The pieces come in black, which the designer considers as her staple, and red-orange that serves as the accentuating pop of color, making the entire collection look youthful and modern.

“My design aesthetic has always been edgy-feminine. Sexy yet conservative,” Celine said. “I understand the female body and love designing to accentuate a woman’s features.” (FSE)

Photography: Dan Douglas Ong
Maquillage: Emi Ayag
Styling: Brian Aloquin
Modeling: Daina Nelson of Wafer Models Philippines
Direction: Dino Lloren

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