School of fashion and arts makati

School of fashion and arts makati

Shortly after graduating from Slim's, Albert moved to the Middle East where he spent over 20 years designing extravagant clothes for royalty. He became a master at all things luxurious; exposure that has served him well in the development of his design aesthetic.

Albert recently decided to return to the Philippines and opened his atelier at Greenbelt 5. He was also recently named "Asia's Most Connected Designer" at the Mercedez Benz Stylo Asian Fashion Week in Kuala Lumpur.  

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Martin Bautista’s ascent to becoming a favorite designer among showbiz celebrities was extremely quick. After his stint at Slim’s, his very first collection landed on Preview magazine’s Top 10 Best Collections for 2007. He was selected to participate in the milestone “Slim’s At 50” showin October 2011 for the school’s 50th anniversary, representing the batch of students of the early 2000's.

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Jaz captured the media’s attention as a finalist in Project Runway Philippines. Her collection for Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2010 was proclaimed by Preview magazine as one of the event’s best collections.
She studied Fine Arts at FEU, graduating cum laude and took up Dressmaking/Patternmaking at Slim’s.

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Michael Cinco, who studied at Slim’s at the same time as Joey Samson in the early 1990s, chose to make his mark internationally as a fashion designer.  He pursued further studies in London and Paris half way through his career. Based in Dubai, his opulent and dramatic couture boasts  intricate  and innovative embellishment, finished to the highest level.
He has shown his collections in Miami, New York, Dubai, and Manila.  He was also the first Filipino designer to be featured on Emmy-award winning “America’s Next Top Model”, and he recently won Breakthrough Designer of 2011 at the WGSN Global Fashion Awards in New York.

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In 2010, Pio Fausto Martinez Enaje or better known as Phio to his colleagues and friends, marked his 25th year in the Fashion Industry. He started his career in fashion at the young age of 16 as a ready-to-wear designer for a garment manufacturing company that  supplied for private  labels of Rustan’s.

He then moved on to work for various fashion houses, before establishing his own couture atelier in Makati. He has done over 12 major fashion shows, and recently, moved to Dubai to work with fellow-alumnus Ezra Santos.

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An icon in Philippine fashion, Cesar studied at Slim’s in the late 1960s, and had a brief apprenticeship with Salvacion Lim Higgins, and Aureo Alonzo.  He was co-founder of the FDAP, or Fashion Designers Association of the Philippines. He gained national  prominence as a pioneer of  ready -to-wear with SM, and international  recognition as Chief Designer of the Hong Kong based brand, Shanghai Tang.  He currently runs his haute couture atelier, which he has had for 40 years, and launched his bespoke shoe line in 2006, at Greenbelt 5.  A true artist, he has also started designing for the home.

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Edgardo Ramon “Gang” Gomez was a popular haute couture designer who catered to Manila’s fashion elite during the seventies. He studied at Slim’s and at Mayer School of Fashion in New York. He also trained under the NY Fashion Designers Foundation. He was known for his "classic lines" hand-embroidery on rich fabrics and his extensive use of indigenous materials such as jusi and pina. In 1990, Manila’s fashion world was jolted when he closed his shop and joined the Monastery of the Transfiguration in Malaybalay, Bukidnon.

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Rikki  attended  designing  lessons in  Slim’s in 1967 while enrolled in UST College of Fine Arts, Major Interior Design. He established his shop in Manila in 1970, which he continued to run until 1989. He was also a writer and columnist to Malaya  & Manila Bulleting for 15 years.   Before    this    fashion designer and columnist retired, he established “Rikki J. & Friends Foundation Inc.” in 2005, which aids the provision and construction of medical facilities.. 

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Jay is a fashion designer by profession doing RTW for both men and women, as well as couture  and   bridal/formal  wear.

 


 

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Pablo graduated from Slim’s in the 1990s, and spent the first 5 months of his career teaching at the school. He then moved on to establishing himself as a successful fashion designer.
Pablo recently earned three major awards:Best Philippine Repres- entative International Competition for Young Fashion Designer in Paris, France, in 2002, the Grand Prize Winner Philippine Fashion Designer Competition in 2007, and finally, the First Philippine Representative to Asian Network Show, International Fashion Fair and Japan Fashion Week in 2009.
His love for teaching never left him…Pablo returned to Slim’s to teach part time in 2010, in between his work for his clients.

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Eddie Ocampo was perhaps the first Filipino designer to achieve great success in Hollywood. Along with Oskar Peralta, he was one of the school’s first students and apprenticed with the designer Slim. At a young age, he also obtained a degree in architecture. Dubbed a “golden boy”, he was formally introduced to the public at a show for Karilagan in 1964. Eddie soon found himself in the US, working with Jean Louis, a top designer at the time. Throughout his career, he has designed for Hollywood stars, as well as for stars of television series such as ‘Dallas’ and ‘Knotts Landing’.

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Oskar was the school’s first ever student in 1960, and credits its founder, Salvacion Lim Higgins (‘Slim’) with suggesting he spell his name with a ‘k’.
He studied directly under, and later apprenticed with Slim, prior to working with other illustrious designers and eventually estab- ishing his own atelier. He has been an iconic presence in the fashion industry since then, and was a member of the prestigious Fashion Guild as well as a founding member of the Fashion Designers Association of the Philippines (FDAP). He was also the first Filipino ever to have a design featured in Vogue magazine.

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