The Ramp Crossings finally reveals itself to be the veritable style source it has always been as it joins the famed runways of Philippine Fashion Week.
Blanc and noir ensembles from the store’s namesake in-house brand – The Ramp- opened the show in sophisticated modern translations of the tuxedo. From a wingtip collared dress, skinny pants and halter top with bowtie combination to a zippered jumpsuit, the crowd saw gender bending fashion at its superlative chic.
My top looks from the first segment
The show’s second segment consisted of panelled pants and skirts topped with caped jackets for an effortless and polished career look. Reptile is strong as ever and not just as accents but as pièces de résistance to any outfit, such as the faux snakeskin maxi dress, jersey cropped pants, full on reptile print shirtdress and cape dresses.
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My top looks:
Love the necklace and shoes!
And oooh look at the back! Love!
Want this whole outfit
Want this whole outfit as well!
What is that leather-ish skirt I see?
Nice shoes, wish it was more higher
To add holiday season-worthy glitz to your round of Christmas parties, choose from The Ramp’s draped maxi or halter cut dresses with thigh high splits accented with gold oversized buckle belts. For the more daring revellers; either the sparkly mini shirt dress or cowl neck ruched dresses should be perfect!
With a sandy hued cotton blazer, brown nylon jacket and crisp white linens Mundo – The Ramp’s in house menswear, stylishly took off from desert dune dressing. While The Ramp Kids offerings will make fashion plates out of your little ones with its knit dresses, poncho, vests and striped cardigans.
& again for my top looks:
I love! Huhu would buy this for the boyfriend but I don't think he would wear it
Okay the picture above - my son will look like him and the one below: it will be like my daughter. *wink wink*
Forecasting Spring 2012 Trends, The Ramp’s featured pencil skirts made of cut and sew lace fabric, dresses and button up tops –all done in mustard as inspired by the Mod era. Shoes from Possibility added just the right punch with snakeskin peep toe heels, suede mules and black flatforms.
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“We found out that our shoppers love combining various pieces to come up with different looks,” claims Xandra Ramos-Padilla, General Manager of The Ramp Crossings. “And so they become what we call style mixologists. “ Because The Ramp Crossings carry pieces that translate the global runway trends as seen during the fashion show, shoppers are empowered to create outfits that are completely fashionable just as they are affordable. Bring home these runway pieces now and indulge your inner style mixologist only at The Ramp Crossings.