Scene city | BADU by Alfonso

A FASHION and Trunk show at the Marco Polo Davao was held to celebrate Alfonso ‘Boy’ Guino-o’s birthday this 2018. His birthday falls on Feb. 14. This year, he turned his celebration into a Trunk Show to display the fashionable tribal designs that have become in demand here and abroad.

JOJI Ilagan Bian with Alfonso ‘Boy’ Guino-o

JOJI Ilagan Bian with Alfonso ‘Boy’ Guino-o

On Feb. 17, 2018, Marco Polo Davao staged Badu at the Café Marco as part of its 20th Anniversary Celebration.

Marco Polo Davao has been embracing the Mindanao Culture since it opened in 1998. Alfonso ‘Boy’ Guino-o is in his 68th year in the fashion industry.

MODELS with Marco Polo GM Dottie Wurgler Cronin

MODELS with Marco Polo GM Dottie Wurgler Cronin

‘Tito Boy’ to most of us who have patronized his dress shop since we were in high school highlighted the indigenous craftsmanship and the woven fabrics of the Lumads (ethnic tribes) in Mindanao, merged the ethnic ensemble by Davao Fashion and Design Council Foundation, Inc., being its honorary member.

Joining the Trunk Show was the KitSilver Jewelry by International awardee jeweler Mila Imson.

‘TITO’ Boy with Architect Michael Ebro Dakudao, Joji Ilagan-Bian, Daly Soriano and guests

‘TITO’ Boy with Architect Michael Ebro Dakudao, Joji Ilagan-Bian, Daly Soriano and guests

The models were led by Nicole Ilagan-Bian, Arlene Puentespina, Maria Socorro Gutierrez, Jade Guino-o Nulla, Danney Barnett, Belen S. Ramirez, Annabelle Nulla, Jasmine Pilo and Princess Barsalote who wore the latest creations done by Alfonso ‘Boy’ Guino-o.

BOY Guino-o receives bouquets from Dottie Wurgler-Cronin, Joji Ilagan-Bian and Dr. Gene Bangayan

BOY Guino-o receives bouquets from Dottie Wurgler-Cronin, Joji Ilagan-Bian and Dr. Gene Bangayan

 

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