Filipino fashion designer Job Dacon’s collection “Val Du Grace”, which is French for “Valley of Grace”, is made of wispy, lightweight fabrics meant to follow the wearer as she glides on the antique granite floors of a century-old mansion. Fabrics like Crepe-de-Chine, French Gauze and fashion staple Tulle were used.
“The theme of the collection is meant to give viewers a sense of dark yet graceful vibe, similar to the Cliffs of Normandy after World War II like 20 years later, with ruins of a once-peaceful place now taken over by vines upon vines of Poison Ivy and Roses,” the designer shared.
Words: Marane Plaza
Fashion Design: Job Dacon
Photography: Roj Miguel
Hair & Makeup: Kate Munar
Models: Sarah Holmes & Meili Holmes
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