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Rayons du Soleil is a 50-piece collection taken from the book of his previous designs updated with the latest fashion trends

Raye Sanchez

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Pablo Cabahug showcasing eight creations for the anniversary gala.

To celebrate 10 years of fashioning sartorial masterpieces, renowned Filipino fashion designer Pablo Cabahug will hold a celebratory benefit dinner and gala show for his new collection Rayons du Soleil (Rays of the Sun) on 4 November at the PICC Forum.

Rayons du Soleil is a 50-piece collection taken from the book of his previous designs and is modified to fit into the latest fashion trends.

The collection is also a love story about his colorful experiences in the industry that shaped him into the great artist he is today. He reminisces about his past and welcomes a more fruitful future through the celebration of this milestone.

“I wanted to revisit my most memorable collections and reimagine them with a romantic feel and the ease of different hues and emotions from sunrise to sunset; to fall and rise again; to live another day and start anew,” Pablo shares.

CABAHUG is a master in crafting clean silhouettes.

 

TEXTURIZING fabrics is a Pablo Cabahug expertise.

 

PABLO Cabahug apprenticed with Randy Ortiz and made his own mark as a designer with a classic modern aesthetic.

Wanting to give back to a place that also helped him become the person that he is, the benefit dinner will be a charitable affair for Pablo’s alma mater, Colegio de San Juan de Letran (CSJL).

A portion of the sales will be donated to the educational institution’s scholarship program and will help fund the construction of the Letran Quadricentennial Building which is a commemorative piece of the Colegio’s 400 years of providing academic excellence.

“I just feel so blessed. I think nilatag ni God lahat ng mangyayari sakin para maging kung sino man ako ngayon (I think God laid out His plans for me so I would be who I am today). And I think it’s about giving back,” the former Letranite shared.

During the press conference last 3 September at the Museo de Intramuros, he showcased eight designs from his 50-piece collection.

People can expect 45 more fresh designs and modern silhouettes — the classic Cabahug aesthetic on 4 November.

For more information, visit his website pablocabahug.com, Facebook page facebook.com/pablocabahugcreations and Twitter and Instagram @pablocabahug.

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