Take a page out of Philippine fashion history this National Arts Month as Shangri-La Plaza hosts the Obra Maestra exhibition on the evolution of the iconic Filipiniana dress from pre colonial times to the 1970s, at the Luxury Lane, East Wing until February 29.
#ObraMaestraattheShang exhibition showcases the masterworks of Ramon Valera, Pitoy Moreno, Aureo Alonzo, Ben Farrales, R.T. Paras, and Pacita Longo, as well as pieces from bibliophile Mario Feir’s exclusive Filipiniana collection.
The exhibition is part of the Obra Maestra 2020: Homage to Heritage, conceptualized and directed by fashion and arts impresario Zardo Ayangco-Austria. It complements the official unveiling of Austria’s two landmark publications: Obra Maestra: A Portrait of Excellence in Philippine Fashion and Culture, a retrospective of vintage fashion photography, and NOBLEIDEAS… To Aspire & Inspire, a full-color magazine with almost 200 pages of inspiring work and articles from some of the country’s talented and artistic designers from various fields.
For inquiries, call 8-370-2597/98 or visit www.facebook.com/shangrilaplazaofficial. Follow the Shang on Instagram: @shangrilaplazaofficial.
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