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WATCH: Mar Muerto: A celebration of life under the sea

We may portray dead sea as deep, dark and cold, but underneath are creatures that thrive to survive. The colors that have long been forgotten shines and reflects to the beauty of the surface below. Maybe it is time to bring the fairness of their world to ours.


It has become part of the culture of the junior Advertising Art students to have their annual fashion show before the end of their semester. This year, the theme “Mar Muerto” is a combination of the underwater kingdom and the day of the dead festival. Students want to bring the beauty of these two topics; the lightness and brilliance of the sea and the astonishing details of the day of the dead festivity.

Students from 3AD6 Events Management Class began organizing the event at the start of the semester and make every suggestion possible. The fashion show will happen at the University of Santo Tomas – Beato Angelico Façade on May 3, 2018, from 5pm to 9pm. There are a total of 5 categories that will be showcased during the show: casual wear, resorts wear, short formal wear, long formal wear, and bridal entourage. 9 designers pick casual wear, 7 designers work with resorts wear, 11 designers choose short formal wear, 26 designers aim for long formal wear, and 3 designers pull off bridal gowns. Audience are expected to surpass their basic understanding about the dead sea and the life itself below.

Designing something takes a long process that is why we should not only praise the designers when they do better but celebrate their progress too. After a semester of hard work, the Fashion Show Class is ready to present their designs.

by: Cherie Canoy

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