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Monday, October 2, 2017

Inspiration or Imitation: Giambattista Valli vs. Martin Bautista

Image courtesy of Fashion PULIS reader 

29 comments:

  1. Imitation! And very bad, that is

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    1. If imitation man d nagaya ng tama. At d mgaling ngdala ng damit.

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  2. Kung si Riri ka, suotin mo yan.. sasabog internet.

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  3. whatever! it didn’t work out!

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  4. Eto na naman ang mga "designers" na to na walang kahihiyan at dignidad. And you wonder kung bakit hindi mailagay ang philippine fashion sa global stage. Eh iilan lang ang talagang matatawag na designer at hindi mananahi.

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  5. sinayang ang beauty at physical features ni Ylona. Fire the stylist! manggagaya na lang, di pa na-achieve ang look.

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    1. 12:37 I hope you do know the difference between stylist and designer? Stylist ay taga-glamour lang, walang alam sa paggawa ng gown ya , designer ang nagde-design ng gown. Alam mo na?

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    2. Not 1237 but defend ko lang s’ya. Stylists mostly pick who the artists will wear on events (they source different gowns from different designers for their clients). However, that’s how it works in the States. Here, bihira as some artists will want to liaise directly with the designer. Unless they have a team of stylists who coordinate this for them.

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    3. 1:28am Stylist should use his or her brain and do some research sa internet before pulling out or borrowing clothes from Filipino designers lalo na talamak ang pangongopya ng designs. Hindi naman sila taga-glamour lang.

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  6. Pero maganda magdala si ylona! Ganda ng awra!!!

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  7. Wala na talagang originality ang mga Filipino designers.

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  8. The first time I saw Ylonna's dress instantly reminded me of this Giambattista Valli. There was a yt video I've watched months ago about a model wearing this dress doing grocery shopping etc. Copycat na copycat! Ylonna is beautiful but she can't pull it off and also because she's too short for this dress and that short bob looks ridiculous!

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  9. inspiration.. obvious na di sya imitation dahil magkaibang magkaiba ng design..

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  10. Ylona carried the dress so well though. I kinda liked it!

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  11. sos sana bumili sila ng original na Giambattista, wag na yan napaka rip off, nagmukhang pinagtagpi tagpi galing sa ukayan!

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  12. Imitation but I think not the first one to copy it. I have seen this type of gowns sa mga fashion mags done by different designers while waiting for my appointment with my dentist. Meron lang mga na tweak, cloth material, upper torso design, neckline.

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    1. Yeah it's true but etong kay martin, walang edit edit. Kopya na agad ang kuya mo.

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  13. Cheap imitation! Bakit sya pumayag na isuot yan..it doesn't become her!

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    1. Malamang hindi rin naman kasi knowledgeable ang bata sa fashion.

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  14. Parang umorder ka online tas pagdating sayo yung suot na Ni ateng girl na maiksi ang buhok ang dumating. Hahahaha parang made in China.

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  15. Imitation. the bottom part is identical in volume, shape and color. That's why the top part sucked, he has to change it somehow.

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    1. There's another piece from Giamba's collection na pareho yung top part dito sa top part nato. Kumbaga, dumiskarte rin siguro yung Bautista dalawang gowns yung pinangkopyahan, isa sa taas isa sa baba

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  16. Naalala ki yung pangtaas na design parang ganyan yung desdign na pinagawa ng aking ina sa mananahi sa kanto para sa aking JS hahaha...

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