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Saturday, November 17, 2018

Cordillera Indigenous fabric 'INABEL' goes international, recognized at New York Fashion Week

Photo Courtesy: Tracy Dizon FB
Cordillera - The traditional Cordilleran fabric "Inabel" is already having an international recognition as it made its  way to the New York Fashion Week which was held last week.

Filipina fashion designer Tracy Dizon with the help of a fellow Cordillera designer Harvic Dominguez made the effort for this traditional Inabel fabric to be recognized abroad. 

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With her fascination with textiles from different regions in the Philippines, she has created numerous dresses which include a baby doll dress made with Cordillera fabrics. The dress can be used in any formal or casual occasions. 

One of her award winning collection is the Cordilleran ensemble worn by Filipina actress and singer Johanne Morisette Daug Amon, better known by her stage name, Morisette.
Photo Courtesy: Tracy Dizon FB

Among the attire showcased in the Fashion show were fabrics made with Ifugao textiles, Cordillera fabrics, Yakan and Iloko Inabel. 

Dizon will be showing her Pinoy Pop Life fashion collection for Spring Summer 2019 at the prestigious New York Fashion Week and will be putting Filipiniana-inspired designs and indigenous fabrics.

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In 2017, Tracy Dizon won the Rise Art & Design Fashion Designer Competition in New York City with her Southeast Asian-inspired fashion collection besting many talented NYC fashion designer contender. 



Tracy Dizon said...

Hi erratum! The show has already been concluded and it was the Fashion Week Brooklyn S/S 2019 Season Closing Finale of the whole fashion week show... last October 13, 2018. Thanks for sharing our news!

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