Michael Cinco to young designers: "Believe that anything in the world is possible"

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Michael Cinco is the Filipino designer whose collection became part of Paris Fashion Week.


Anyone can really go for the "Impalpable Dream."

Filipino designer Michael Cinco has proven this when he wowed the crowd of Paris Fashion Week: Haute Couture with his majestic couture collections.

Without a doubt, his strong debut in the prestigious fashion event had elevated Filipino talent to new heights.

It had always been his dream to become a part of it, and he now considers it as one of his greatest achievements.

Michael Cinco's clientele is a mix of local and international celebrities.

Marian Rivera, Maine Mendoza, Kathryn Bernardo, and Liza Soberano are some of the local stars to don his gorgeous designs in events, while the likes of Beyonce, Lady Gaga, and Rihanna had worn his creations in performances and high-fashion editorial shoots.

Most recently, Jennifer Lopez wore a Michael Cinco stunner at The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. The design was an intricate, 20-feet stained glass cape.

It was also the finale piece in his Paris Haute Couture Fashion debut.

NOT ALL ABOUT GLAMOUR. In a chat with Philippine Daily Inquirer columnist Dolly Anne Carvajal, the renowned Filipino designer gave this piece of advice to those who want to make it big in fashion:

"Young designers of today should realize that fashion is not all about glamour. The fashion world is very cruel. You will be judged, criticized and rejected.

"It takes hard work, patience and strong determination to achieve your goals. Create clothes that people will wear. If you want to create art on clothes, make sure they will sell.

"Lastly, be humble and never give up. Believe that anything in this world is possible. Believe in your dreams and if you have faith and confidence in God, all of your impalpable dreams will come true."


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