Kislap, a well-read Filipino magazine in the 50s, was famed for its general interest in stars and divas of the era. The namesake collection beckons allusions to the text through figures of today's Filipino and Filipina—with garments wind-whirled on shores bathed with a lambent sheen and glow of textiles and materials.
The KISLAP Holiday Collection is envisioned for occasion-wear, with pieces that now come in a combination of fabrics.
The roster of pieces feature familiar silhouettes alongside the new Brilyo Dresses, Ruche Top and Men’s Mock Neck tee.
Our collection celebrates the Filipino holiday mirth: complete with Tito Mina tracks straight from Manila Sound records playing on nothing less than a karaoke machine.
The collection makes its way in store on October 26.
Photography by Aya Cabauatan
Modelled by Yaofa & Manch
Hair & Make-up by Pam Robes
Videography by Julius Valledor