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Off The Fashion Week Ramp: Bold, Glamorous Holiday Wear

We know you're all excited to put together your Christmas party outfits, so get MORE styling ideas from these designer creations.

You definitely won't get stuck in a fashion rut this holiday season. Whether you want to dress up for parties or reinvent your look for work, we've got you covered with fashion and styling ideas from uber-creative designers in the country. This time, we're bringing you holiday dressing inspirations from Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2010 Premier B Collection, which includes a vast array of dresses and separates that will make you look your vampiest, most stunning self. It also features fab statement accessories to complement each outfit and fierce footwear from Rusty Lopez.

For style that fuses classic with modern, and style with comfort, take your pick from Lizanne Cua's day-to-night mini dresses. They are done in fluid polyester jersey knit fabrics and come in solid neutral colors like gray, camel, and black. Add more vibrance to these neutrals with chunky statement bangles.

For that big year-end business meeting or presentation (that culminates in a grand party in the evening, oh dear), take power dressing to a more sophisticated level with structured, crisp, and architectural pieces from Noel Crisostomo's collection. It also features stunning, red carpet-worthy evening gowns you can wear to formal events and big functions.

If you want to go full-on edgy party girl as you emphasize your womanly curves, check out Kenneth Chua's collection. His tulip-cut skirts create the illusion of fuller hips, while bold shoulders give the illusion of a smaller waist. His sequined leggings and "three-dimensional" appliques can make you stand out in a crowd and dazzle everyone you meet.

If you're bored with the usual, safe fashion picks, you can go a little avant-garde as you end 2010 and welcome 2011 with John Gurnes' feminine yet funky party dresses and gowns that come in both jewel tones and nudes, matched with glittering jewelry and metallic shoes.

Click on the button below to launch the gallery, and don't forget to tell us which collection is your favorite!

With reports from Trixie Reyna


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