PSA: Last day to score holiday pieces at #VanicxWearsYoya

Women looking for “glam-meets-utilitarian” pieces to wear at holiday parties have one more day to shop at the #VanicxWearsYoya trunk show. 

PSA: Last day to score holiday pieces  at #VanicxWearsYoya
Immaculate Conception Academy Batch 2000 (Vanicx) teams up with a homegrown fashion label for a shopping party for a cause.
Organized by the Batch 2000 (named Vanicx) of the Immaculate Conception Academy, the three-day shopping party, which started on Nov. 29 and runs until Dec. 1, features creations from YOYA, a homegrown fashion label by Canada-based designer and ICA alumna Yoya Gueco. 

YOYA is a ready-to-wear womenswear brand designed for the independent-minded women who effortlessly stand out from the rest without being governed by the latest trends.

The shopping party features YOYA’s first-ever holiday collection, which underscores the essence of looking festive without being flamboyant. Each piece, which is available in limited quantities, is characterized by deep and bold colors, angular lines, and a playful vibe combined with minimalist bent.

“Each piece in our holiday collection is so versatile and can withstand seasons and occasions. And our pieces are always designed to support and enable the modern woman’s many various needs, lifestyles, and moods,” said Gueco.

The trunk show is happening from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Casa Bella Headquarters, 8 Jupiter St., Bel-Air, Makati. 

Proceeds from the sales will go to the ICA Batch 2000 fund, which will be used for the ICA Alumni Association initiatives such as the ICA Scholarship Foundation, teacher assistance, and medical missions.

Contact the event organizers through 

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Topics: #VanicxWearsYoya , Immaculate Conception Academy , Yoya Gueco
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