With Colgate Optic White’s Fashion Face-Off in full-speed, the next stylist of Solenn Heussaff will soon be revealed.
Take a look at how 10 talented up-and-coming Filipino stylists interpret “Casual White” with the use of one wrap designed by Rajo Laurel.
Modern Day Rebel
Bianca Lorraine Sing believes that white is one unique trend that never goes out of season; so she plays this up using textures, such as adding metallic accents, to make sure that her style doesn’t teeter on the edge of boring.
Kelly Medina’s use of Rajo’s wrap as a skirt sets him apart from his competition, proving just how versatile anything white can be.
Keigh Jalbuena’s vision offers a fresh, minimalist and chic twist to the understated hue that makes you instantly stand out as a trendsetter, even in a casual ensemble.
Diane Deguina takes cue from the private, elite high school girls of the upper east side of New York, adding a splash of red hues to keep the look interesting.
Carizza Chua’s sentiments for white are evident in her style aesthetic—interesting yet simple. Whether she gets inspiration from art or food, she manages to always come up with a well-crafted and pulled together look.
For Lei Angelique Cruz, femine florals, pearls and pastels highlight the beauty of the celebrated color white. Lei makes an otherwise simple, vintage-inspired look classic yet decidedly modern.
Sharleyn Jarlega shows off the timeless hue in an ensemble most notable for its sexy elegance—a peplum-inspired outfit with a red sash belt. She completes the look by putting on a faux fur vest for that extra glamourous feel.
Style-savvy Nina Teresa Quintos pulls together an outfit that is both simple yet trendy, pulling off a brave mix of fabrics and textures.
Sephie Rojas proves that a stark palette and a simple frock can go a long way with the right attitude. Gold accents add an edgy flair to the minimalist ensemble making the look an instant hit.