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Stunners at the 38th Gawad Urian

Stunners at the 38th Gawad Urian

If the 46th Guillermo Mendoza Awards saw loads of tulle, ball gowns, and all things royal, the style M.O. at the 38th Gawad Urian was a combination of modern Filipiniana and luxe aesthetics. Here are our picks for standout celebrity red carpet ensembles:

Host and best actress nominee for the film That Thing Called Tadhana, Angelica Panganiban, had two outfit changes. Styled by Rex Atienza, her first look was glam and mysterious: A black ball gown by young designer RoyAnne Camillia, accessorized with pieces from Dina Castro Fine Jewelry (see header photo).

For Angelica’s second look, Rex decked her in a bluish gray trumpet cut gown with a sweetheart neckline by up and coming formalwear brand Elize. An elegant drop necklace from Dina Castro Fine Jewelry accentuated her décolletage.

Angelica’s co-host, Robi Domingo, followed the ceremony’s theme to a T in a well-tailored barong Tagalog (see header photo).

Best Actress winner for the film Dagitab, Eula Valdez, was sleek and sparkly in a black and gold ensemble—she looks oh so hot and fantastic at 46.

Jed Madela went for a dark-hued barong Tagalog with modern, one-of-a-kind embroidery.

Ang Natatanging Gawad Urian Winner Ms. Nora Aunor was all radiant and regal in a cream off shoulder gown with black embroidery.

What barong? Best Supporting Actor winner for the film Dagitab, Martin del Rosario, opted for modern formal by way of a classic suit.

Photographs by Duey Guison




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