24 comments on “Giving credit to the Bb. Pilipinas 2017 National Costume Designers Part 4

  1. minsan nafifeel ko kung sino favorite sa designer na naassign sa isang candidate or the design given to them

  2. Elima is the stand out here. Amazing dress. Good projection by Elima. Clenchi is beautiful and elegant in her white, flowing dress. Ortega is pretty, but the dress seems ordinary(not that different from an evening gown, which makes projecting it easier for Ortega). Rodriguez looks lost in the ‘extra long’ mileage of her dress.

  3. Wow, Libiran for Rodriguez. Something tells me this girl is going to pull a surprise upset now.

    Agreed Clenci and Ortega nailed this competition. This could be the right boost at the right time for both. Forget about the laidback Aussie beach bum and aloof Espanola. Time to bring out the pageant crazy Filipinas in these two lovelies!

    As for Elima, well she is remaining consistent. #MaineRemains

  4. What can I say? Charmaine’s costume expresses an appropriate visual interpretation of Our Lady of La Naval — but more than that, it is Charmaine’s beautiful yet haunting smile that evokes the profound mystery of both our Lady’s humanity and divinity. It is ultimately Charmaine’s face and her expression that made this photograph convincing.

  5. I am so happy that BbP is doing these photos and exhibits. Something different! And the Filipino designers stepped up to the plate. Good job to all those involved! Maybe the Org can even auction off the portrait

    The girls all look great as well. Elizabeth Clenci and Gabby Ortega look the best for me here.

  6. With all these up-and-coming multi-talented young and versatile FILIPINO designers, FOREIGN designers are nothing a thing of the past.. My admiration to our young designers are a million thanks and keep up what is TRULY F-I-L-I-P-IN-O!!!
    Congratulation!!!

  7. I like the spark and the glow on Ortegas’ face. She is very Miss Universe in that photo. Maine is beautiful, that’s all. Hindi ko maintindihan na pagtinititigan ko siya parang may lungkot. Parang merong malalim.na kalungkutan sa kabila ng pagngiti.

  8. Charmaine wins this round.

    Also, kudos to Elizabeth Clenci. This is the best I’ve seen her thus far. Same for Katarina.

  9. Pablo Mendez creation is a showstopper! as in W-O-W! Elima looked ethereal.

    I’m also drawn to the classy Nat Manilag creation. Ortega looks ravishing in red.

    Libiran is Libiran but the photo left me wanting to see more of the gown than just the details in the back.

  10. may bagong pics ang mga bb. ang gaganda nila grabe! gorgeous! kung may photoshop man yon eh tama lang yung pagkaka edit. Dame talaga maganda. i am expected na ganun din sila kaganda sa finals or more than pa. sana maipakita nila sa finals ang the best performance that fits them with tamang styling, gown and make up. para maganda ganda ang laban. I think this years pageant is very exciting! april 30 pakibilisan naman please!!!!

  11. May mga kahawig din sila.

    Sammie Anne= Aleck Bovic

    Katarina Rodriguez= Shaina Magdayao

    Gabriela Ortega= Young Pilar Pilapil

    Elizabeth Clenci= Slimmer version Iza Calzado

    Gillian Colcol= Ynez Veneracion

    Ana Asturias= Shamcey Supsup

    Kristel Guelos= slimmer Bernadeth Sembrano

    Sa pictures lang naman sa page na’to.

  12. For the costume, it’s E5 but for the face, I’m giving it to Ortega, lakas maka Miss Philippines-Universe ng face niya.

  13. Libiran will always be Libiran – WOW!

    The red Nat Manilag number is alao a sight to beholdz

    Pablo Mendez’ work is sinply amazing. Was just wondering if it is “pukpok” or hand embroidered?

    And the three muses who wore their creation are really standout.

    Elima
    Ortega
    Rodriguez

    In that order 😊

    • @ Pablo G. Mendez Iii : Good afternoon po.

      Congratulations! Your admirers extend beyond our shores to pageant fans in other countries, as well.

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