Here’s What We Saw And Heard At The Art Of Guess



Guess has been known to throw really great parties in town, and this event was no different. Being a pop culture mainstay like no other, Guess has been a streetwear stalwart for decades producing denim and clothes with the omnipresent triangular logo that continually advocates an all-around sexy, easy and urban cool.

The Art of Guess event was filled with several celebrities and influencers enjoying the night as music from the best local music played.

But aside from the spectacular music and known personalities present, one cannot miss the American streetwear brand’s 2018 summer collection that was celebrated in city style at Whitespace Manila.

Selfie with Ava Daza, Mond Gutierrez, Carla Humphries, Sean Go and Ali Daza


Making it as one of the best parties that was recently thrown was because of its three-day exposition in a multi-sensory fashion experience with uniquely interactive booths that fed all senses.

The first exhibit featured specially-designed denim jackets that were creatively spruced by the country’s talented artists varying from a graphic designer, illustrator, and a mural artist.


The Guess Merchandise exhibit was a display of iconic pieces over the years, and two photobooth areas were also present that successfully elevated the party favor together with a giant Mural exhibit that featured various pop-culture icons.

Bringing more interaction to the scene was the Denim Workshop booth that allowed its guests to customize their own tote bags on the spot, and our favorite booth of the night was an exclusively-produced Guess fashion film directed by John Lozano.

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