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Atelier Tour: Here’s A Look Inside Patty Ang’s Industrial Chic Shop

 

 

Patty Ang is renowned in the industry for her clean cuts and minimalist designs. Her namesake label has been steadily growing in popularity through the years, with celebrities like Pia Wurtzbach, Andi Eigenmann, Toni Gonzaga, Isabelle Daza, Lovi Poe, Tricia Centenera, and Kim Jones donning her simple yet versatile creations.

But apart from the red carpet and the runway, everyone knows that the real magic happens right inside the designer’s studio. The Metro.Style team toured around Patty Ang’s atelier, and we took plenty of photos for your dose of interior inspiration. Keep scrolling!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Irresistible bow back detail on the stunning @triciacentenera. #pattyang #Metrowear2017

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A mix of industrial chic and effortless elegance, Patty's atelier perfectly resonates with her personal brand. The local designer shared that the interiors of the two-level flat were inspired by her own style and aesthetic—the minimalist walls shine the spotlight on her masterpieces. Pendant light bulbs command attention as they hang beautifully, accentuating the stunning high-ceiling structure. 

 

 

 

Patty acquired the place in a very bare state. Back then, she only had one month to prepare before relocating from her previous atelier. But today, "bare" her studio is not—every corner beams with colors, in stark contrast to black racks and white walls. It is full of life and, most especially, of art.

For the future, Patty wishes to add to her collection of interesting art. A large wall is dedicated solely for her artworks, some of which she acquired from Joanna Preysler's Makati gallery. 

Art meets fashion in this corner of the room, where a mannequin displays a sophisticated sheer and sparkly dress beside her collection of paintings.

 

 

 

The staircase leading to her workshop above is filled with art pieces, too. This tiny nook displays her official brand logo, alongside paintings, books, candles, and other decorative accents. 

 

 

 

The second-level workshop is just as spacious as the floor below. The studio is an all-white space with large windows to draw natural light in. It also has a balcony that serves as the perfect spot for when the designer needs some fresh air and inspiration.

Finally, Patty brings us to her favorite spot in the flat: her beige, glass, and gold-themed office. A Singaporean artwork made entirely of thread—a gift from her mother—hangs beside her desk, while her own masterpiece—a gorgeous nude pink feather dress—is displayed near the window.

“Everything happens in this room. The inspiration comes from here,” she quips.

 

 

Photographs by Pat Buenaobra

Makeup by Sam Tungul 

Hair by Rudolf Davalos