It's not just Yna Macaspac and Angelo Buenavista's against-all-odds love story that will be missed now that Pangako Sa'Yo has ended, but also the teleserye's iconic power women and their unrelenting characters and remarkable fashion sensibilities.
With different, seemingly opposite, indestructible personalities, Amor Powers and Claudia Buenavista never fail to mesmerize with their attitude and style. This inspired the creation of a fashion collection by CLN, in collaboration with and under the careful supervision of Pangako Sa'Yo head stylist Rex Atienza, composed of pieces every fashion-loving, bold, and strong woman would love.
The Amor and Claudia collection was developed to bring every fan closer to Amor and Claudia's wardrobe; many of the items are actually replicas of what they wore in the teleserye. From dresses and tops, to bags, clutches, and shoes, the collection reflects the characters and styles of these two iconic women of primetime.
Empowered Amor. Rex describes Amor's style as basic but with a twist. It is "structured, tailored, but more on whites," he says. The white jumpsuit she wore in her phenomenal comeback is one of the highlights of the collection. Amor's power dressing showcases sophistication without being elaborate.
Clever Claudia. In contrast, Claudia's style, according to Valerie Lao, CLN's category manager, is more playful with their bold prints which echo her strong and astute character. "She carries print on print really well and her silhouettes are a little bit more flowy," she adds. Claudia proves that any daring fashion move, like patterns on patterns, can be pulled off easily with confidence and elegance.
With well-tailored silhouettes and conceptual pieces, the Amor and Claudia Collection inspires and empowers women to dress up and channel these power women's styles in a manner that makes them feel good about themselves. After all, this should always be the goal: No matter the clothes, let your style speak you.
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Photographs by Doc Marlon Pecjo for CLN