On October 11, Vania Romoff presented womanhood in its full glory. The duality and complexity of her latest collection was shown through 40 pieces of ethereal and feminine designs that were strong and full of character at the same time.
While in the Philippines, Romoff does not need any introductions. Her roots as a designer come from home. Her grandmother is known as the first couturier from Cebu, and her mother made her mark in the garment manufacturing industry. It was only a matter of time until Romoff immersed herself in fashion, and that she did.
Now, Romoff is known as one of the most successful designers from The Philippines. Her aesthetic focuses on dramatic bows, flounce, timeless shades and silk, all craftily made to fit a woman’s transformative silhouette, which is not, as we all know, the same. Her design ethos managed to take the elements of girlhood into romantic and elegant pieces that suit any modern woman who might be out for lunch, a date, and even a simple nightcap at the end of a long day.
For the designer, it was about illustrating the complex nature of women through the machinations of transforming fabric to make that idea come to life. Romoff utilized ruching and hand smocking on tulle, organdy, and taffeta while letting her imagination run wild.
As a result, this collection became a triumphant success. It’s an ode to women of different shapes, sizes, and backgrounds,in fact, it’s inclusive. These are just some of the reasons why Romoff would have plenty of success globally, not only as a top Filipino designer but as a venerable talent that could stamp her name in the hallowed halls of the fashion world.
For more on Vania: www.vaniaromoff.ph
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