Gold and white really looks good together. I love also the clinical feel.
Details on lapels and pockets, very subtle.
Oriental and clinical
Can you imagine how intricately these dresses have been made?
The one in the middle is my favorite from the whole collection
These look very minimal and comfortable to wear. I like the white details.
Shoulder and collar details.
Cutouts looks intricate, but is the least of my favorite.
The one on the left reminds me when Marc Jacobs wore a Commes des Garcons lace dress to the Met Gala.
The menswear looks like dhoti kurta of the Indians. The lace details are a naughty addition.
Metallics incorporated to dresses. And more lace numbers for the men.
I’m not keen with the old rose color, but when combined with metallic details, it kinda works for me.
Shoulder details for both men and women
From all the menswear, the one in the right is my favorite because of all the drape details.
Gold, black, and metals seemed to be the theme with the heelless shoes Tesoro has been known for.
Some of the pieces are still reminiscent of his Knights Templar – inspired menswear collection which he presented in Style Origins’ Mensweek
But he takes it to another level – they’re not just shoes, they’re HOOVES *surreal!*
The brown heelless pair is so minimal!
And for the final two looks, Tesoro featured crab claw heelless shoes. I bet those models had a difficult time strutting those because they look so calculated while walking!
And my Philippine Fashion Week coverage isn’t over yet! UP NEXT is Oxygen #EverydayJeans and their new fashion (and color) forward collection!
Stay tuned, guys!