Mixes of UNIFORM and EXOTIC unite for strong, yet airy essentials for men in a mood for casual luxury: Officer shirts, creme fitted blazers, khaki coats.
Frecnh foreign legionnaires at VERSACE wore glazed cottons in khakis and mauves. At DRIES VAN NOTEN, khaki was reiterated to be a retro staple, pleasantly contrasting with prints and patterns. PHILIP LIM did his in 50s transition with pleated bibs and regular-waist pants. JOHN GALLIANO and HERMES felt the sand dunes in a lot of browns and olives and very airy, comfortable separates. NEIL BARRETT took the Hindu route and mixed his jodphur pants with immaculate hues of creme, beige and khaki.
Whether inspired by expedition or era, these DESERT HUES - creme, beige, flesh, khaki and some light browns - should blend in wth your machismo and emotion.
Hi! This is Yves Camingue. Clothing designer from Cebu City.
I am currently based in Manila designing for STOKEDINC. In my free time, I'm also accepting various garment orders for my own namesake line.
I was a finalist for PROJECT RUNWAY PHILIPPINES Season 3 last 2012, being eliminated 5th after the Kidswear Challenge.
I'm letting you have an exclusive access of what's it like to be IN the local fashion industry; living and sometimes breaking the rules of it, breathing fashion everyday and dealing with disrespectful novices and respecting seniors. Outfit posts are testaments that every moment in life is an opportunity for fashion. Also included here are photo journals outside my job area: parties & trips, which are chockablock with true friends and experiences that make life a refulgent heaven and truclent hell.
I love the urban sights, marketplaces, flea markets and London pop/rock music, dancehall & reggaeton, as well as New York alternative. These are incorporated in my editorials, creations and more fashion-related endeavors.