Bea Alonzo and Liza Soberano: Fun, fearless, in full bloom
(The Philippine Star) - August 19, 2015 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Taking classic pieces and updating them with modern twists, Kashieca combines two contrasting but equally striking styles for its autumn 2015 collection. This season, the restraint of minimal luxe meets the eclecticism of art assembly.

Key pieces include shirtdresses and v-neck sweaters, as well as soft pleated skirts and accented trims. Neat collars and sheer fabrics are also characteristic of this minimalist mode of dressing, which is best achieved through the clean hues of black, white, camel, and blue. To keep things interesting, minimal luxe pieces are layered, updated with geometric prints, or made edgier with textured fabrics and zippers.

Inspired by the modern artist’s urban aesthetic, Kashieca capitalizes on confidence and self-expression, exhibited by distorted prints and artistic pattern mixing. Deep, dark shades come alive with touches of pink, purple, and yellow, making each piece equal parts casual and cool. Art Assembly, in a nutshell, is all about embracing the unconventional and elevating streetwear. For Kashieca, this means a melange of patterns and textures that do not compromise the brand’s signature touch of femininity.

The Kashieca muses — fiery Bea Alonzo and fresh-faced Liza Soberano — wear sleek-meets-sassy outfits, to define and redefine femininity with their updated closet staples. They remind us that women are meant to be fun and fearless, especially when it comes to fashion. Through this autumn 2015 collection, Bea and Liza show us what it means to be in full bloom.

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ACIRC ART ART ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY BEA ALONZO BEA AND LIZA FOR KASHIECA INSTAGRAM KASHIECA LIZA SOBERANO PIECES
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