It’s clear that fashion designer Vania Romoff moves with a certain direction. At ALP’s Park Central Towers show flat, the venue for the first #TheEditionLive event, the designer proves that her work only evolves through time, but remains anchored to the design philosophies that make her one of the most exciting local fashion designers to watch.
Looking deeper into Vania’s latest collection shows a greater mastery of her aesthetic, matching her beloved blush tones, floral patterns, and dreamy silhouettes with stronger hints of sexiness and sophistication. Vania’s Fall/Winter 2017 offering included sweeping ballgowns in green brocade, broderie angalaise dresses, and even a ruffled silk playsuit.
Vania’s muses were spotted at #TheEditionLive, wearing their favorite Vania Romoff pieces.
Actress Janine Gutierrez, who also graced the cover of The Edition’s print iteration wearing a Vania Romoff piece, came in a backless tangerine dress with a peplum skirt.
Sunnies Studios creative director Martine Cajucom came in a ruffled Vania Romoff dress in a muted peach.
Fashion blogger Tricia Gosingtian, who wore Vania Romoff to her wedding, was dressed in a flouncy, strapless champagne dress with polka dots.
Philux’s Steph Kienle-Gonzalez chose to wear a Vania Romoff separate, donning a white off-shoulder top with lush bows on the sleeves. Handbag and accessories designer Amina Aranáz Alunan chose a dark tropical number: a navy dress with cold shoulder details and embroidered leaves.
Model Kelsey Merritt wore a powder blue Vania Romoff jumpsuit, with ruffled details at the bodice.
As proven by some of Vania Romoff’s biggest fans, the Vania woman is just like the designer herself: she moves with a certain direction. And with Vania’s latest partnership with ALP proving that that good craftsmanship always stands out, it’s exciting to see what comes next.
Photos by Ralph Mendoza
Makeup by MAC Cosmetics
Shoes from Call it Spring, Aldo, and Charles & Keith
Custom earrings from Stockton Row