Babayi | Santi Obcena | The Philippine Fashion Week (Spring|Summer 2009)

Babayi is a study on innovation, with much respect to tradition. It is an urban take on the modern Filipina as a woman who is not afraid to break away from monotony and dance to her own rhythm. A being of power, passion, and grace. A goddess personified.

Babayi debuted as part of the New Generation Collection at Philippine Fashion Week Spring Summer 2009, held at the Func

Babayi

The Nautilus

The Nautilus

The Crescent Moon

The Crescent Moon

The Kimona

The Kimona

The Poet

The Poet

The Secretary

The Secretary

The V

The V

The Brach Goddess

The Beach Goddess

The Pamaypay

The Pamaypay

Alunsina

Alunsina

The Mother Goddess

The Mother Goddess

Ang Diyosa ng Makiling

Ang Diyosa ng Makiling

Why I find it so hard to express, the words aren’t just enough, I guess – how proud and happy I am, for this one great artist, and one rare friend.

I love you Santi Obcena. I just can’t help but weep again and again every time i see your creations. You are a true babayi to me – a Goddess personified.

~ ni lunabertigo sa 28 Oktubre 2008.

4 Tugon to “Babayi | Santi Obcena | The Philippine Fashion Week (Spring|Summer 2009)”

  1. wow he’s indeed good (if not yet great) artist. i like the beach goddess and crescent moon outfits.

  2. so amzing.. nice!

  3. no amount for the beach goddes dress.. so like it!

  4. […] 3rd place in Season 2 of Project Runway Philippines, he showcased a brilliant collection entitled Babayi. My personal favorites are the Mother Goddess and Nautilus dress, and he promised me he’d let […]

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