Friday, November 18, 2011

Retail to Runway Holiday Fashion Show 2011

Last November 12, Global style statements reign over the runway as retailers of Shangrila-Plaza unveiled the year’s most coveted holiday looks at its annual Holiday Fashion Show. Top styling teams Ferdi Salvador and John Lozada of the F.A.S.H., Metro Magazine’s Fashion Editor Mela de Luna and MEGA Magazine’s Fashion Editor Angela Alarcon take on the season’s top looks and hottest trends.

Dubbed "Retail to Runway", this year’s fashion feat saw an eye-catching fusion of the holiday season’s key trends taking to the ramp via stylized ensembles by participating brands Accessorize, Anthem, A/X, Bauhaus, Bergamo, Bossini, Celine, CMG, Crossings Department Store, Daniel Hechter, Debenhams, Diesel, Furla, Gap, Izod, K & Co., Kenneth Cole, Mango, Marks & Spencer, Massimo Dutti, Michael Kors, Mico Boutique, M)Phosis, Nautica, Original Penguin, Pab Der Uomo, Raoul, Rustan’s Department Store, The Travel Club, Topshop, Warehouse and Zara.

The fashion show was divided in three portion according to the theme, Comfort, Glam Chic and Luxury. I was able to witness the first part where Ferdi Salvador and John Lozada of the F.A.S.H. team, showcase the key to functional fashion- Comfort. The collection is all about casual yet holiday-ready range of utilitarian outfits skillfully styled through smart layering, mixing and matching and accessorizing. They showed how ease of style can be achieved by fusing rack-relevant separates with statement pieces.

This year’s Holiday Fashion Show was indeed an exciting affair that elevated every shopper and stylephile’s anticipation of dressing for the much awaited time of year. Now, you can be ready to dress up for every kind of celebration this Yuletide season!

This is a sponsored post by Connecy Agencie. 


  1. I love this post! Fashion shows are so much fun!


  2. you have awesome photos kaye :) you're like a PRO fashion photographer! :) you should always be in the front row for that!

  3. Oh! Looks like it was very well done... Thanksgiving is next week - bracing myself for all the coming festivities!