Are you ready for Liza Soberano’s blonde bombshell era?
For the first time, Liza Soberano wasn’t afraid to bare it all. Usually in delicate, dainty dresses, pink Chanel bows, and the tightest waist-cinching corsets, she took a bold turn and unleashed her edgier side for her NYLON Manila cover shoot. Is it just us or did she really go from ???✨ to ☠️?⛓? in a heartbeat? Flexing both Filipino designs and high-fashion brands, Liza Soberano playing dress up doll and going all out was a much-awaited moment.
CHANNELING HER INNER TAYLOR MOMSEN IN FILIPINO DESIGNER PIECES
Liza Soberano in a feathered tube top by Chris Nick, plaid pants by Chris Diaz, and fringed arm warmers by Rafa Worldwide made us think of late 2000s style icon, Taylor Momsen. Fun fact: those sleeves were actually reworked from motorcycle gloves. Vroom, vroom, b*tch!
THE HEAVIEST BOMBER JACKET (WITH THE HEFTIEST PRICE TAG) BY BALMAIN
This intricately-embellished jacket straight from the runways of Balmain’s menswear collection actually cost almost a million pesos, P995,000 to be exact! Aside from its weight, it’s also the craftsmanship of the heritage house that really made the bomber jacket a wearable piece of art.
LIZA IN THE MOST SIZZLING STYLES
Liza Soberano mirrors Eve in the Garden of Eden, wearing pieces by young Filipino designers such as Rafa Worldwide’s fur jacket, D’Elle’s halter top and quilted skirt, and underbust corset by Steph Verano.
LIZA’S WARM UP OUTFIT
Oh you know, just Liza Soberano casually warming up for the shoot in a Louis Vuitton oversized baseball jacket and monogram skirt. It’s the smoulder for us!
THE GOLD JACKET THAT WAS FLOWN IN FROM SINGAPORE
This gold jacket by Louis Vuitton x Fornasetti almost didn’t make it to the shoot as it came from Singapore. Luckily, the fashion gods blessed us with this look!
THE BODYSUIT WITH THE HEART-RACING CUT-OUTS
We love a little peek-a-boo here and there. This style combo by D.D.Daily’s bodysuit and H&M’s mini skirt is also reminiscent of cult fave films like Jawbreaker and Mean Girls.
CONTINUE READING: This Time, Liza Soberano Is No Longer Afraid