Protacio’s collection was a mix of modern and medieval pieces. He combined bubble sleeved tops and loose-fitting polos with knee-length shorts and statement text belts. Meanwhile, gray flowy gowns with ruffles and embroidery also made an appearance to show his more traditional side.
See all of Protacio’s pieces in the slideshow above!
Photos by RG Medestomas
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