- Love teams rocked the ABS-CBN Ball looking beautiful and dashing in their Filipiniana-themed ensembles
- It was truly a night of glitz and glamour as real and reel life couples bring “kilig” to the red carpet
- Some couples went for a low-key classy look while others tried to make a fashion statement
The ABS-CBN Ball was truly a night of glitz and glamour as the country’s brightest stars gathered.
Among those who made their mark on the red carpet were our favorite couples and love teams. Some wanted to go low-key while others wanted to make a fashion statement. Nevertheless, it was a total “kilig-fest” as they brought charm and sparks at the much anticipated event.
Here are some of our favorite real life couples and love teams who graced the ABS-CBN Ball:
KathNiel – Fresh from her blockbuster hit “Hello, Love, Goodbye,” Kathryn Bernardo rocked her new full bangs. Wearing a sparkly fuchsia terno made by Michael Cinco, Kathryn was giving the “Anastasia Steele” vibe. Her reel and real life boyfriend, Daniel Padilla, wore a locally-made coat using cloth from the Ifugao people of Benguet.
JaDine – James Reid and Nadine Lustre, known for their eccentric fashion statement, went relatively simple and low-key this year. Nevertheless, Nadine looked classy with her glimmering, high-slit red sweetheart terno. James opted for an all-white ensemble and finished it off with a pair of chunky rubber shoes.
MayWard – Maymay Entrata and Edward Barbers were showstoppers at the carpet. Maymay donned a roses headpiece and a body-hugging, intricate gold gown. While her “Dodong” Edward dressed up to look like a young General.
LizQuen – Fans of Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil have missed seeing the pair together. And it looks like the couple did a lot of rest and relaxation as they both looked fresh and radiant at the red carpet. Liza shared that her gown by Patricia Santos was “Barong Tagalog-inspired” with a Filipiniana touch. Enrique went for an all-black ensemble.
The ABS-CBN Ball was for the benefit of Bantay Bata 163; raise funds for the education of children beneficiaries.