Claude Tayag‟s bookLinamnam launch atThe Podium
Ambassador to the United Nations Philip Mabilangan and the iconic cookbook author Nora Daza with Claude Tayag
Former Makati Representative Teodoro Locsin, Jr. with wife Louie and Claude Tayag
Architect and biodynamic farmer Reimon Gutierrez, artist Impy Pilapil, Linamnam Author Claude Tayag, Doren Tayag, and Silverworks‟ Lou Gutierrez
Carmen Tayag-McTavish, National Artist for Visual Arts BenCab and Annie Sarthou
Linamnam author Claude Tayag with former Philippine Ambassador to the United States of America Willy Gaa and wife Linda; and members of the author‟s family Carmen Tayag- McTavish, Our Tribe„s Mario Tayag, Lito Tayag, and Uppercrust‟s Doren Tayag.
SM Vice President for Marketing and Communications Ms. Millie Dizon and Regional Operations Manager Christian Mathay receive their copy of the Linamnam from Claude and Mary Ann Tayag
Former Senator Nikki Coseteng was the guest of honorduring the Fashion Take exhibit at the SM Mall of Asia.
Nikki Coseteng with SM VP for Marketing and Communications group MillieDizon, Metropolitan Museum‟s Board of Trustee and Fashion Take curator Cora Alvina and Exhibition designer Nonie Cartagena.
Renowned fashion designer Ito Curata (right) with Bob Miller
SM Mall of Asia‟s Regional Operations Manager Perkin So, Mall manager and Metropolitan Museum Director Sandra Palomar-Quan
Fashion Designer and artist Tony Galang beside his gown sketches
Fashion Designer Danilo Franco with designer Tria Villais-Ramolete and Ming Villasis
Fashion Designers Barge Ramos and Nilo Agustin
Slim‟s School of Fashion‟s Mark Higgins beside the image of Edit Nakpil Rabat
Artist and photographer Wig Tysmans beside his works.
Wig Tysmans‟ Yakan woman from lower Calarian, Zamboanga City: wearing a traditional black blouse and a chinese color and gold colored buttons, the woman is also depicted wearing a head piece called seputangan.
Wig Tysman‟s Tiboli Group from Lake Sebu, SouthCotabato who are known for their mastery in tinalak.
Simon Flores‟ oil on canvas of Dona Miguela Henson, a collection of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
Photographed by Neil Oshima, this Ivory colored Italian dupioni silk terno with an assymetrical train on one side is from 1950‟s and is a collection of Slim‟s School of Fashion.
Tony Galang‟s Butterfly sleeves, a drawing on colored pen and sketch paper. Ahand dyed burgundy jusi material with hand embroidered baroque designed along the hemline and repeated in butterfly sleeves.
Danilo Franco‟s Lambong, a water and color sketch on paper.
(a and b) An Ito Curata Creation, a black and white chiffon gown worn byHollywood actress Sharon Stone for the cover of Movieline magazine. ( inset of the magazine cover)
An Ito Curata‟s black gown with a pink bolero.