Monday, May 14, 2012


House of Glamorosa has definitely gone places --- from online shop via Multiply and Facebook, to its own physical store in Davao and bazaars in Rockwell and The Fort, and now moving to SMX Convention Center for the SUPERB Bazaar of the Philippine Fashion Week.

Davao City's fashion online fashion hub is set to dress up Manila with its  luxe and trendy wearables. Clothing retailer / Close Up to Fame winner Carine Cabebe gives you her freshest take on fashion commodities, all meticulously chosen to impress the city's most stylish. 

Make sure to visit her booth from May 23 to 27. 

Support this homegrown clothing line by clicking and liking this Facebook photo link - HOUSE OF GLAMOROSA .

About The Seller

House of Glamorosa was conceptualized by a, then, budding young entrepreneur named Carine Cabebe. This Accountancy graduate’s first claim to fame was her win in the Closeup to Fame contest in 2005. Hosting and commercial modelling job appealed to her for a brief period, but she eventually became engrossed to more suitable line of interest cum business: fashion merchandise.

A fashion-fanatic herself, Carine understands that women nowadays are not only fashion-conscious, but most especially brand-conscious. According to her, one of the main goals of her online site is to provide closet staples that would complement her shoppers’ existing high end and branded items, resulting to ensembles that exude class and elegance without having to spend as much.

Established in 2006, the Carine began as a Davao City based fashion accessories designer and retailer, then known as CustomizeMe Accessories. In 2008, she modified her brand and created House of Glamorosa as her products transitioned from fashion accessories to uber fashionable yet highly affordable clothes.

Carine has always loved fashion. Her background in Fashion Merchandising from one of the Philippines’ top fashion schools helped a lot in developing her eye for fashion as she personally scour around the world to acquire ready to wear clothing for women which are inspired by retail giants such as Topshop, Mango, Zara, Forever21 and H&M.


At May 17, 2012 at 4:32 PM , Blogger peermurphy said...

The thin figure is ubiquitous. Models are no longer rare creatures who exist in faraway fashion ateliers.

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