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Which Filipino fashion designer is popularly recognized for being a judge on the TV series Project Runway Philippines?

Fashion designer Jojie Lloren serves as mentor since the first season while Filipino top model and lifestyle feature writer Apples Aberin and fashion designer Rajo Laurel complete the judging panel.

Who is the Filipino artist of fashion design?

(25 February 1925 – 15 January 2018) was a Filipino fashion designer and one of the earliest advocates of the Maria Clara gown. He is much regarded by the Asian fashion field as the Fashion Czar of Asia.

Pitoy Moreno
Other names Pitoy
Occupation Fashion designer
Years active 1950–2009

What is Rajo Laurel known for?

Designer Rajo Laurel is a celebrated figure in the fashion world, known for his daring yet elegant and always feminine designs. With a career that spans 25 years, Laurel is one of the most celebrated and sought-after local designers.

Who are the 10 world famous Filipino fashion designers?

Here are some Filipino designers who’ve made the country proud with their dazzling designs.

Here, we’ve rounded up ten Filipino pageant designers who should definitely be on your radar. Take a look:

  • Albert Andrada. …
  • Mak Tumang. …
  • Michael Cinco. …
  • Furne One. …
  • Rian Fernandez. …
  • Kirsten Regalado. …
  • Benj Leguiab IV.
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Who is the famous Filipino designer who has been advocating weaving techniques?

1. Rajo Laurel. Rajo is one of the top designers in our country today and is the very first designer R2R has ever worked with. It was late 2007 when our co-founders came to him with a proposal of designing bags out of the weaving technique of our pioneer artisans from Payatas.

Who is Lulu Tan Gan?

Meet Lulu. Lulu Tan–Gan’s name has been synonymous with beautifully crafted knitwear fashion since 1985. Hailed the ‘Queen of Knitwear,’ Lulu continues her design evolution with her extended hand–woven line, “Indigenous Couture” merging the old-world sophistication of Philippine artisan craft with contemporary design.