Saturday, March 24, 2012

Project Runway Philippines Season 3


MANILA, Philippines – Who has what it takes to be the next big Filipino fashion designer? Project Runway Philippines returns this March 25, Sunday at 8 p.m. on ETC. Ready to launch the careers of up-and-coming designers, host Tweetie de Leon-Gonzalez with mentor Jojie Lloren and judges Rajo Laurel and Apples Aberin will use their extensive expertise in the field of fashion to guide fifteen new contestants through weekly challenges set to test their creativity and skills. Vying for a spot at the final runway where they will present their final collection to top industry insiders, the stakes are high and only one can strut away with the prize.



Featuring designers from all over the country with varying fashion and non-fashion related backgrounds and their own personal taste and style, this diverse cast will make for an exciting season as they square off for Runway supremacy. The designers are: Ionica Abraham of Manila; Almor Albano from Laoag City; MJ Alminanza from Zambales; Yves Camingue from Cebu City; Nel Claveria, Jr. from Camarines Sur; Karla Galang from Quezon City; Jenno Gacasan from Cebu City; Glenn Gonzales from Pangasinan; Fatima Guerrero from Nueva Ecija; Enzo Libo-on from Bacolod; Joseph Montelibano from Iloilo; Lhenvil Paneda from La Union; Milka Redoble from Pasig; Cheetah Rivera from Manila; and Normannie Santos from Bulacan.

This Season’s victorious winner will receive half-a-million pesos in prize money; P120,000 worth of cash and beauty products from Pond’s; a fashion spread featuring their final collection in Mega Magazine; a brand new Intuos4 Wacom pen tablet and a full-4-year fashion design and technology scholarship from iAcademy; sewing machines worth P300,000 from Brother International; and an all-expense paid trip to Paris to experience Paris Fashion Week courtesy of L’Oreal Paris.
Project Runway Philippines is presented by L’Oreal Paris, Pond’s Age Miracle, and in partnership with Mega Magazine and iAcademy.

Source: Lifestyle Inquirer