Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Ulysses King; Menswear, Philippine Fashion Week S/S 2014



Ulysses King this season wanted to tell a story of men who work in a power plant. Stylish men, at that. Without bias, Ulysses' garments were probably the most masculine looking among all that showed last Philippine Fashion Weeks' menswear show, even with one look that sported a skort (a skirt and a short in one). You'd think styling this would be easy, but finding pieces that are generally for men is a bit nerve-wracking (other than watches and glasses, men generally don't use accessories). Thank God for Christopher Munar, who were able to create pieces for us from garison belts, nuts and bolts, metal bits and pieces, and repurposed toys.












Ulysses King S/S 2014 (Power Plant)
Styled by Nio Manzano
Accessories, Christopher Munar
Shoes, Antonio Manila (through Tina Andres)

Photos are from Philippine Fashion Week Live.

Also, just would like to mention that the two bonnets used here are made by my Nanay (mother). I'm just so proud. 

See the collection on:
Megastyle
Stylebible
Status (They have an imaginative take at Uly's collection though. Leather jackets and over-alls on the beach? Maybe.)

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