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Bret Jackson, Curtis Smith party and dress to the nineties

Guess Girls and Boys came out to play at the GUESS Originals Spring 2018 Party held at Cove Manila recently.

Bret Jackson performs with Careless Team at Cove Manila.
Decked out in pieces from the latest GUESS collection, musical performers Bret Jackson and Curtis Smith performed to everyone's excitement. Not to be outdone, Marga on the Mic, Kat DJ, and Astrokidd spun out the best hip hop beats to keep the crowd on its feet all through the night.

A GUESS Party wouldn’t be complete without our stylish GUESS Squad. GUESS Girls and VJs Kim Cruz and Debbie Then, models Jennica Sanchez and Angela Martinez, beauty queens Angelia Ong and Michelle Gomez, bloggers Ida Anduyan, Chinchin Obcena, Kas Perez, Ira Oyco, Trish Denise, and Bea Marin graced the party in their trendy GUESS outfits. The GUESS Guys didn’t fall short with bloggers Kerwin King, JP de Leon, and Mike Miguel in attendance. Other celebrities spotted that night were Lauren Reid Fabio Ide, Gab Valenciano, and Phoemela Barranda.

The GUESS Originals Spring 2018 Collection Party featured an 11-piece capsule made for both men and women. This top-only collection is comprised of 90’s logo mania t-shirts, old-school baseball jerseys, and sweatshirts, and dresses dipped in 90’s pop colors including bright yellows and aqua blues complimented by muted pink, green and gray tones. Each oversized style in this collection embraces GUESS’ roots with its mixture of wide and thin stripes and logo-heavy pieces.

Never go out of style when you party with the GUESS Originals Spring 2018 Collection.

Topics: GUESS Originals Spring 2018 Party , Curtis Smith , Bret Jackson , GUESS
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