Ripped and Runway Ready

Avel X Matteo at the Manila Fashion Festival was a standout! The collaboration between international fashion designer Avel Bacudio and actor Matteo Giudicelli reached a new high at last night’s show. Models came out in ripped jeans , donning sporty tops, jackets, trenchcoats done in cream and white with touches of black and red. It was a visual overload!

The jeans are very comfortable, made from high-quality fabric and move with your body. I know this to be true because¬†I’ve been using my very own Avel X Matteo ripped jeans constantly. You can dress it up with a fab top and heels or just wear a nice tee and sneakers and you’ll look fab just the same.

The Creme of Denim

Fashion enthusiasts had their cellphones and cameras read as one model after another made their way around the circuitous runway. Bare skin and buff bodies gave life to Avel Bacudio’s denim and structured tops. I loved the jacket with black cuffs and cream long sleeved top with a gathered front.

Ripped Jeans on the Runway. Light wash denim and creme tops were the order of the night.

AVEL X MATTEO ripped jeans offers fashion with functionality. Did I say that the designer jeans is affordable, too? Well, it’s time for you to get yours now.

Young Ella Pangilinan (younger sister of up and coming actor Donnie Pangilinan who was in the crowd), ¬†made her debut as the muse for the denim brand. Too bad, Avel’s flight was delayed. It was the first time the designer did not make it to his own show.

Skin and then Some – Flirty and fashionable femmes wearing Avel X Matteo ripped jeans.

Other designers who came before Bacudio’s finale were Dodjie Batu, Rene Pacson, Edgar Buyan, Mark Tamayo, Gable and Grant, Kaye Morales, Borders and Balcony, Stylia and Billy.

BLACK AND RED. Designer Kaye Morales set the runway on fire.

 

With a pocketful of glitter,

 

 

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