Samsung Electronic Philippines recently held a S CARPET event for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+ happened in SMX Function Room in SM Aura Premier.
The fashionable event was hosted by the gorgeous actress-host Solenn Heussaff. It was graced by the some of the biggest names in fashion, design, entertainment and arts who were witness to another milestone in Samsung and mobile technology history.
The S CARPET: Fashion & Inspiration event featured the most anticipated smartphones Samsung Note5 & S6 edge+ and the Samsung X Fashion and Design Council of the Philippines (FDCP) fashion show showcasing stunning all-Filipino designer pieces, and awarding of the first ever Samsung Noteworthy & Edge Maker awards featuring fashion and art’s corps d’elite.
Awardees of the Samsung Noteworthy & Edge Maker awards include Xander Angeles (Photography), Iza Calzado (Film and Theater), Ingrid Chua-Go (Fahion Journalism), Bianca Gonzales-Intal (Multimedia) and Liz Uy (Fashion Styling).
Acclaimed designers Avel Bacudio, James Reyes, Ivarluski Aseron, Vic Barba, Joey Samson and Anthony Nocom opened the show by unveiling the White Pearl Collection, which represented the blank canvas designers start with as they explore the possibilities of where their creativity can take them.
As a tribute to Galaxy Note5‘s all new design, and the maximum productivity that the all powerful S Pen brings its users, a video was projected upon the screen showing the designers sketching their designs on the Galaxy Note5. To delight esteemed guests, the sketched designs were projected upon the white pieces as the models strutted down the catwalk.
Jerome Ang, Joel Escober, Ramon Esteban, Gerry Katigbak, Pablo Cabahug, Kristel Yulo, Ronaldo Arnaldo, Happy Andrada, Hindi Tantoco and Noel Crisostomo followed it up with the Silver Titanium & Gold Platinum Collection, which mirrors the elegant glass and metal finish of the Samsung Galaxy S edge+.
Finally, Dong Omaga-Diaz, Frederick Peralta, JC Buendia, Jojie Lloren, Randy Ortiz and Albert Andrada showcased their own take on the traditional terno as a fitting finale to celebrate Filipino atistr and make on how technology can reinvent something traditional into something modern.