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The Broken Marriage Vow featured these Filipino fashion brands

The Broken Marriage Vow featured these Filipino fashion brands

Aside from its story and interesting characters, The Broken Marriage Vow also adds some spice to its series by featuring Filipino fashion brands. 

The Broken Marriage Vow is based on the British drama series Doctor Foster. It premiered on Kapamilya Channel’s Primetime Bida evening block, A2Z, and TV5, and is available worldwide via The Filipino Channel. 

The series showcases a lot of the best actors and actresses, but what’s more eye-catching from its visuals is the accessories, the mix of modern and traditional fashion designs, and the beauty of Philippine places. 

Urban Filipino

Connie Macatuno is the series’ director and the head of the department of costume design. She said that they are showcasing the “Urban Pinoy” concept. During a press statement, she also said that their series’ characters wear entirely local pieces. 

Matagal ko nang iniisip na makagawa ng isang palabas kung saan gumagamit ng local designs from local designers (I’ve been wanting to make a series that uses local designs from local designers)…. Most of the local designers will be there showcasing their original work. It’s the thing that excites all of us

Connie Macatuno, Director and Costume Design Head of TBMV via Rappler

“Steal her style, not her man!”

The official Instagram account of The Broken Marriage Vow uploaded a style guide of their fashion ideas. From the main character’s outfits, the traditional patterns of coats and dresses are commonly used. They are from Lokal Home+Art+Fashion, Filip + Inna, and Jor-el Espina.

Eye-popping accessories

Their characters wear a series of accessories that are rich and vibrant enough to attract attention on screens. Big flower dangling earrings, chunky necklaces, and clothing pieces of jewelry are from Alchemista, Piesa, Farah Abu, JMakitalo Jewelry, Mjorian, Agsam Fern, and Tina Campos Jewelry

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All of The Broken Marriage Vow’s characters are stylish enough to be fashion icons. They made fair touches of style to their male roles, they also have Mu. by TMK Designs, NIñOFRANCO, and Maco Custodio

Hello, Bags of Emotions

Audiences would think that they have the most luxurious bags in the world because of the designs, shapes, and styles that vary in every episode. Indeed, they have the most creative luxuriant items that the characters display and utilize in their scenes. They have Adante Leyesa, Beatriz Accessories, Ken Samudio, and Zarah Juan.

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Aside from the traditional patterns and cuts of the leads’ fashion statements, they also have more classic designs inspired by traditional Filipino costumes. They also featured Rhett Eala

It’s satisfying and heartwarming to see Filipino fashion brands that support the arts and culture of the country. They are underrated most of the time, but this series gave them opportunities to showcase the rich and their own type of luxury from the local shops.

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