All The Fire Outfits Camille Co And Laureen Uy Totally Rocked At NYFW

Maximizing their joint slay.

From street to couture, Camille Co and Laureen Uy came prepared to serve us looks at the recently concluded NYFW that had us double-tapping all the way.

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Following style stars and perennial fashion inspirations, Laureen Uy and Camille Co, is always a joy. The Skittles Sisters, as they are sometimes tagged, really know the assignment when it comes to making a statement. From their looks you want to try for yourself and ensembles you want to cop, they really know what’s what. With a mix of different shades, prints, and textures, we can say that they were truly head-turners at recently concluded New York Fashion Week. Not to mention, their representation game was strong as they not only attended the coolest of shows, but they also did so with a mix of Filipino designers. So, while the coming together of fashion has officially closed for the season, let’s take a look at what the Skittles Sisters were up to and even learn a thing or two from them.


Both Laureen and Camille have their own take when it comes to putting together the perfect look. When in doubt, neutrals are a perfect shade to anchor your color story for the day. Take notes from Laureen Uy and don’t forget that prints are a perfect contrast for a cool street style look.


Like most, a burst of color is a good thing to choose like bright hues in citrus shades. Here, Camille really knows how to rock a power color combo, and we have to say, it was truly poppin’!


Yes, Laureen and Camille really pulled it together with their iconic pink outfits for NYFW. Realized in sheer and co-ords rendered in glorious pink, this popular trend is no longer just for the Barbie girls as it has all of fashion buzzing.


What can go wrong with black? Here, Laureen and Camille totally rocked their outfits for the Coach fashion show where the prominence of a black top paired with yellow plaid patterned pieces is all the Clueless reference we need to keep that love for nostalgia dressing going.

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