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Sep. 29, 16 | 3:09 pm

DUBAI: Harvey Cenit is among a few Filipino fashion designers in the emirates who has been lucky enough to doll up celebrities. At 29, Cenit has found himself dressing up Lea Salonga in The Voice Kids PH 2016; Bb Pilipinas 2016 finalist, Maria Gigante during the beauty pageant; and Dionne Monsanto at the 63rd San Sebastian International Film Festival (SSIFF) in Spain.

He has also glammed up X Factor UK contender, Ayegee Paredes. Apart from dressing up famous personalities, Cenit is also known for his royal elite clientele and because of his hard work, talent and great contribution to the industry, Cenit won the Most Promising Fashion Designer of the Year award at the recently concluded TFT Awards 2016 held in Asiana Hotel on Aug. 20. “I think I won, although I’m still letting it sink in, because I am more aware of myself now more than ever – I believe that I can win and I believe that I am already a winner,” he told The Filipino Times.

“I am someone who is willing to work on his flaws and never stops to learn. I am comfortable in saying that winning is really just an attitude more than trophies or awards because anyone can be awinner if you put your heart into it,” he added. Cenit arrived in the UAE in 2013 and has worked in several fashion houses.

These days, he is in-house fashion designer at Al Arousa Al Anigah Couture where he leads more than 10 people in his team. Cenit plans to have his own couture line in the future.

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