This Local Fashion Brand Released A Limited Edition Collection Of Adorable Mother-And-Daughter Dresses!
Coordinating outfits with your daughter is now made easy!
Metro moms, rejoice! Thanks to local retail label Plains & Prints, twinning with your mini-me is now made easy, accessible, and ultra chic.
To culminate their 25th anniversary, Plains & Prints created "Generation 25", an 18-piece collection that features matching outfits for mothers and children as young as three years old. Expect to see perfectly crafted #twinning OOTDs for every type of mother-and-daughter: from the elegant and the minimalist, to the bold and the playful, there's really something for every duo!
"Generation 25 is a collection that moms and daughters alike will enjoy wearing individually, or together, "says Plains & Prints Co-founder Roxanne Farillas. “Fashion serves as a bridge, allowing connections between people...it also bridges what fashion can be in the future: one that is filled with special and amazing memories for our younger generation.” Indeed, style transcends generations—which is why every piece from this heartwarming collection is guaranteed to be chic, wearable, and timeless.
Moms, it's time to make your matching wardrobe dreams come true! Keep scrolling to see the entire RTW collection. Spoiler alert: every single piece is too adorable for words!
Apart from the Generation 25 collection, Plains & Prints also launched two huge campaigns this year: Timeless 25, a reinterpretation of the brand's most iconic pieces through the decades, and Beyond 25, the biggest designer collaboration in the history of Philippine RTW.
Check out our exclusive, behind-the-scenes interview with Vania Romoff, Amina Aranaz, and Randy Ortiz during the Beyond 25 campaign shoot:
It's been quite a busy year for Plains & Prints. As it commemorates its silver anniversary, we also celebrate our beloved Philippine fashion industry—it's alive, it's striving, and it's definitely expanding!
Generation 25 photos courtesy of Plains & Prints
Beyond 25 photos and video by Pat Buenaobra