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Check out the best-dressed women at The Filipino Times Awards 2019!

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Dec. 01, 19 | 1:03 am

It was a night of glitz and glam indeed at The Filipino Times Awards 2019, as guests—from finalists, winners, judges, to dignitaries—put their best foot forward to impress everyone with their style game.

The women who graced the Awards did not disappoint the audience with their glamour look, some even playful and quirky, wearing outfits crafted by the best designers in the UAE’s fashion landscape. Whether they be princess gowns, empire and mermaid garments, to ball and column gowns, and other unique ensemble—they have surely upped their game!

See some of the best-dressed ladies at this year’s The Filipino Times Awards (in no particular order), and feast your eyes on their stunning wear:

Emeyln Martinez

Wearing a navy blue high-low prom, one shoulder gown made of abacca, Emelyn from Secretariat International Dubai made heads turn when she graced the red carpet!

 Jorhie Alban 

Sanofi’s Communications and CSR Director Jorhie, who is also one of the judges of The Filipino Times Awards 2019, rocked the bright pink sheath gown with wide ruffles made by Carla Fuentes!

Malou Prado 


Malou Prado of MPQ Tourism showed grace like no other with her light pink sheath gown dazzled by feathers and swarovski crystals made by Erich Miñoza

Mary Jane Alvero

Mary Jane Alvero of Prime Group takes abaya up a notch with her black velvet outfit with touches of gold crystals. A creation by Filipino designer Harvey Cenit

Dr. Karen Remo

NPM Group CEO and Co-Founder, and The Filipino Times Publisher Dr. Karen Remo did not fail to make jaws drop with her elegant black gall gown made as if it was fit for royalty. Such masterpiece can only be pulled off by the great Michael Cinco

Naomi Remo


Naomi Remo, daughter of Dr. Karen Remo, wears a stunning gold tube ball gown with touches of gold-colored crystals by Filipino designer Ryan Pacioles

Glitzy Robles

The Filipino Times Awards 2019 Top Executive of the Year Glitzy Robles dashes with a light pink sheath gown with feathers and swarovski crystals by Michael Cinco

Camille Fabro

Mutya ng Kasarinlan 2019 2nd Runner-up Camille Fabro stuns with a sleek ball gown with two distinct shades of pieces. The top features elegant black feathers while the skirt is designed with old-beauty patterns. The creation is from Roza Couture.

Aisha Madanay

The Filipino Times Awards 2019 Top Executive of the Year Finalist Aisha Madanay was donned in a stunning black and red abaya gown by June Ricaforte

Sharina Manaoag

Sharina Manaoag of Vitality Female Empowered Accelerator boasted her DIY creation showcasing a navy blue pantsuit with netted ruffles at the back and yellow off-shoulder features

Ingrid Aureada

Ingrid Aureada of Niche Modelling Agency made heads turn with her yellow prom gown with quirky ruffle features. A masterpiece by Aaron Escantron

Cristine Seno

Cristine Seno made short dresses in with a cocktail ball gown designed by Garimon. With her is The Filipino Times Awards 2019 Artist of the Year Andronico del Rosario

Irene Corpuz

The Filipino Times Awards 2019 judge Irene Corpuz stands out in a patterned red sheath gown by designer Phio Enaje

Ma. Queroben Dayrit

Mutya ng Kasarinlan 2018 finalist Ma. Queroben Dayrit wearing a velvet magenta mermaid gown with a cape on one shoulder, created by Bella Donna Couture

Roxane Negrillo

Accompanied by her son, Roxane Negrillo is wearing a princess cut ethereal gown made of italian laces accentuated with laser cut flowers and swarovski sparkles! Designed by the creative director of House of Gheffeli Abu Dhabi Aldwin Guardiana, who won The Filipino Times Awards 2017 Fashion Designer of the Year

Gweys Soriano

Dubai-based fashion stylist Gweys Soriano sweeps the audience off their feet as she struts her slimmering black ball gown at the red carpet, made by Ryan Pacioles

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