Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Filipinos Got Angry With The Organizers Of Asia Model Festival The Reason Why Will Also Get You Angry.


This is a bit unfair for the Filipinos since the other models who represented their nation were spectacular, we can say those traditional costume that they wore was an epic just like Japan, Korea, India and almost all of the nations except for Philippines and Nepal. The netizens say that the 3 models of represent the traditional Filipino costume were just like attending to the party who wore a simple gown.

The three models look like not Filipinos and you can't even recognize them if they're representing the Philippines if they're not holding a Philippine's flag. Netizens also say that, could be they've done this on purpose to make noise or to make the video viral and to gain popularity.  The costumes that the model wore in the fashion show are clearly not the Philippines' traditional costume.

Philippines' Traditional Costume:
Barong Tagalog for Men

Barong Tagalog, the official national costume of Filipino men,
originated from the northern part of the Philippines, and is originally
made of jusi or pineapple cloth called “pina” (woven from pineapple leaves).
It is worn over a Chinese collarless shirt called camisa de Chino.
It exhibits the loose, long lines of its Chinese sources, the airy
tropical appearance of Indo-Malay costume, the elongated effect of Hindu dressing,
and the ornamental restraint of European men’s clothing.
Today, barong tagalong can come from different materials and different colors.
It is usually used for formal occasion and meetings.



Mestiza (Filipiniana)

The Mestiza Dress is a formal dress made of expensive lace and fabric adorned with embroideries.
It is the sophisticated version of the national costume, the baro’t saya (blouse and skirt).
Made more popular by former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos,
some even called it Imelda dress or terno.
Mestiza dress is known for its elegance and butterfly sleeves.
It is usually worn for formal occasion.





Maria Clara Dress
Maria Clara’s dress was named after a mestiza heroine of one of the novels of the Philippine National hero Dr. Jose Rizal.
Its origin was the national costume of Filipino women which is baro’t (shirt) saya (skirt).
The Maria Clara gown features a floor-length paneled skirt of silk or satin
and it consists of four separate pieces:
the collarless waist-length, bell sleeved camisa; the bubble-shaped, floor-length saya; the stiff,
neck-covering paƱuelo; and the hip-hugging, knee length tapis, or overskirt.




Also many more like the costumes of native Filipinos: Kimona Dress of Visayan, Igorot, Muslim Attire, Malong, B’laan, Bagobo, T'boli, Mandaya, Maranao/Maranaw, Yakan, Ifugao, Kalinga, Ga'dang, Bontoc, Samal, Ibaloi, Aetas, Pulangiyin and Matigsalug. You can watch the video below and see if you can recognize the costume that the models wore in the said fashion show. 









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