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Shop Alert: Coexist

They’ve dressed celebrities and they’ve conquered local magazines— there is no question why Coexist deserves a spot in Shop Alert.

Charming sisters Camille and Charlotte Co acting as creative director and marketing director for the brand respectively, are to blame for the blue streak success of their clothing line Coexist, created on November 2008. Their first exclusive design was released online in February 2009 and their careers have been established ever since.

Recently, Robinson’s Department Store’s new area especially dedicated to designers called “RUNWAY” offered Coexist a spot in the Midtown wing. Come August 2010, they will be launching their RUNWAY branch and it’ll be easier for us girls to find what we need!

Nothing is set in stone, but they are hoping to open more stores in the years to come which is not impossible. After all, they live by the words “It’s time to get aggressive”. Ironically, their designs are from the opposite pole of aggressive— blush tones, boudoir prints, chiffon and silk comprise the overall femininity of their collections, new and old.

Coexist basically caters to fashionable, modern, independent women ranging from 15-35, who are not afraid to stand out. “She is never loud. She is never tacky. She is always feminine…”, they blurb. To give you a clearer vision, your style philosophy must be “Half Coco, half Kate” to appreciate their creations. To better suit our tastes, Coexist was divided into 3 lines recently.

Coexist Haute is their premier line which comes in very limited quantity where they follow a strict “one client per design” policy.

Coexist is their exclusively designed main line.

Coexist Pret is a line of imported items, most affordable of the 3 lines.

Generally, they keep their products in limited quantities so as to preserve the exclusivity of their line.

Coexist is a pro in bringing out the beauty in young Filipinas. The Co sisters have a clear vision of what’s bold yet wearable. Their designs are extremely feminine with the right amount of swag which leaves their clients on their toes.

Subtle but noticeable. Classic but modern. Striking but not over-the-top. That’s what makes Coexist exist.
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Photos courtesy of Coexist Online

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I CANNOT WAIT FOR TOMORROW.

Because tomorrow is the start of my weekend with Dear Santa Bazaar which will then lead to Bloggers United 2 and The Holiday Rush 3 at Rockwell Business Center. Here’s another reason why you should drop by one of our events this weekend.

Bloggers Dominique Tiu, Camille Co and Tin Iglesias have all agreed to be in one with us in giving their buyers special discounts and freebies! Tin has recently blogged about her stuff for BU2. Yummy!

(c) Fashion Firewoman

I CANNOT WAIT FOR TOMORROW.

Because tomorrow is the start of my weekend with Dear Santa Bazaar which will then lead to Bloggers United 2 and The Holiday Rush 3 at Rockwell Business Center. Here’s another reason why you should drop by one of our events this weekend.

Bloggers Dominique Tiu, Camille Co and Tin Iglesias have all agreed to be in one with us in giving their buyers special discounts and freebies! Tin has recently blogged about her stuff for BU2. Yummy!

(c) Fashion Firewoman

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VOTE FOR CAMILLE CO TO BE MANGO’S NEXT IT GIRL!

VOTE NOW!

VOTE NOW!

VOTE NOW!

What happens when she wins (and I really hope she does!):

Out of 5 finalists, one girl will be chosen to be the
 Mango It Girl for Mango’s S/S 2012 online campaign. They will also receive a
 $10,000 check to the charity of their choice. 

Every finalist receives a new Mango wardrobe worth $500 and an 
expense-paid trip to Mango HQ in Barcelona, Spain.

Let’s help Camille conquer not only the local online scene, but also the hearts of the people beyond our borders.

You may vote using your Facebook and Lookbook accounts.

Dec 5: Voting for the Grand Prize Winner commences
Dec 11: Voting ends & Grand Prize Winner is announced

VOTE NOW!

VOTE NOW!

VOTE NOW!

(c) Fashion Firewoman

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Figure Styling: Camille Co for Nail It!
See more of Nail It!’s It! Girl for the month of DECEMBER through her personal blog, http://itscamilleco.com/
Camille was recently hailed as Mango’s It Girl and will be starring in an online ad campaign for the highstreet brand. Good job, Camille. You make all of us proud!

(c) Fashion Firewoman

Figure Styling: Camille Co for Nail It!

See more of Nail It!’s It! Girl for the month of DECEMBER through her personal blog, http://itscamilleco.com/

Camille was recently hailed as Mango’s It Girl and will be starring in an online ad campaign for the highstreet brand. Good job, Camille. You make all of us proud!

(c) Fashion Firewoman

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PREVIEW MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2012 COVER
It’s official— fashion bloggers are no longer trapped in your iPads and laptops, they’ve invaded print as well. People whom you only see being reblogged on Tumblr and being hyped on Lookbook are now seen in your beauty bible. From being humble fashion bloggers who document their style to becoming big international brand ambassadors with endorsements on their tails, these 3 power women deserve to be on Preview Magazine’s big fashion issue.
Appearing on the cover of the country’s bestselling fashion magazine, Tricia Gosingtian, Laureen Uy and Camille Co make all netizens and blogger hopefuls proud. Seriously, who could be more proud of Preview’s big fashion issue than we, fashion bloggers?
(c) Fashion Firewoman
Photo from @previewmag

PREVIEW MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2012 COVER

It’s official— fashion bloggers are no longer trapped in your iPads and laptops, they’ve invaded print as well. People whom you only see being reblogged on Tumblr and being hyped on Lookbook are now seen in your beauty bible. From being humble fashion bloggers who document their style to becoming big international brand ambassadors with endorsements on their tails, these 3 power women deserve to be on Preview Magazine’s big fashion issue.

Appearing on the cover of the country’s bestselling fashion magazine, Tricia Gosingtian, Laureen Uy and Camille Co make all netizens and blogger hopefuls proud. Seriously, who could be more proud of Preview’s big fashion issue than we, fashion bloggers?

(c) Fashion Firewoman

Photo from @previewmag