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SPiN's First Advocacy Fashion Show 2016

South Pinanays (SPiN) celebrated their 3rd anniversary this year by showcasing their very own SPiN Moms, Dads and their cute little ones on the runway. This is the first ever advocacy fashion show that SPiN came up with and probably the first in the country. Outfits were mainly from a fashionable nursing wear brand, Mommyfide, which was founded and owned by mom-preneur and SPiN admin, Katrina Ambion. 

The Fashion Show was the program's highlight of the event last October 8, 2016 at the Activity Center in Alabang Town Center. Participants and even shoppers all around were captivated by the show. 





The runway was opened by Camille Manalo who was wearing a Mommyfide Gray Basic T-Shirt dress while rocking a ninja-like glove for her sprained wrist but that did not stop her from strutting on the runway. She was tandem-wearing her toddlers in size 6 Risaroo Dogwood Emerald woven wrap and a shorty Kokoro woven wrap. 

















My top carrier picks that day were: 

Madame Goo Goo Mesh in Nautical Grey pattern




Madame  Goo Goo in Little Triangles with a Butterfly pattern on the waist belt and Kokoro Candy Striped Ring Slings



Baby SaBye Mei Tai in Pink and Grey natural, organic dyes



Witnessing this Fashion Show live, it was just surreal and electrifying. It sure feels like being surrounded by the super stars of brands and Mom-preneurs. Theres a sense of pride being in the sea of moms and dads.







Behind-the-Scenes: Fashion Show Rehearsal 




Behind The Scenes video by Dmomtown












Check out the local and international sponsors for this event:



SPiN Sponsors Video - part 1




SPiN Sponsors Video - Part 2


Video edit by: Jeanine Arenas from Love, Renshel
Voice Over by: yours truly


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