Tuesday, October 27, 2015

House of Mode Elle Opens Mode Elle Academy and I Cancervive Fashion Show


Two great things can be noted from House of Mode Elle, fashion and charity. House of Mode Elle is not only getting beautiful from the outside but on the inside as well, it is known as the "fashion house with a heart". Just recently, House of Mode Elle held a fashion show with a cause in Robinsons Novaliches entitled "I CANCERVIVE" showcasing their students fashion, modeling and singing talents from their newly opened Mode Elle Academy.

House of Mode Elle opens the academy for aspiring students who wants to go big in the entertainment industry. The Mode Elle Academy, a school that can help them hone their skills and discover other talents as well. This school is open to kids as young as two years old. The courses offered here are modelling, acting, singing, dancing, personality development, makeup and photography. There are three categories for students enrolling, the KIDS category which ranges from 2 to 10 years old, the TEENS that is from 11 to 15 years old, and the ADULTS which starts from 16 to 29 years old.



Sleek and sexy creation by Russ Cuevas


Adam Balasa’s wedding creation
Other instructors are Bong Lee for makeup, Ojie Ramos, Jolie Navia and Champy Cachola for advanced photography, Joanne Co of Kids at Work and Marc Alcala for acting, Jenny Saavedra of UP Music and Yamaha Music School for singing, anand Christine Feliciano and Airalyn Dimapilis for dancing.Mode Elle Academy houses many experts from different field of expertise that will teach and share to students their knowledge and inculcate values and skills in them. Headed by House of Mode Elle founder Allen Castillo, a known trainer of models for years and a theater actor from the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA). Castillo will handle modeling, acting and personality development courses.


Collection made by Aaron Dela Cruz.


House of Mode Elle isn't just for beauty, its creation in 2012 was for a charitable cause that led for its existence until now. As a cancer survivor himself, Castillo knows how hard it is to cope with such condition. His condition awakened compassion within him and led him to do volunteer work.

Castillo visited halfway homes and met other people suffering from cancer. They were just kids, trying to live each day, hoping a miracle will happen. The fight against cancer is a non-stop battle that not all patients can endure but with the support of family, friends and even strangers who are willing to lend a helping hand, the struggle may become a little bit more bearable.

Designed by a 14 year old girl, Chenee Abunda


Creation of Alex Pigao.
Castillo knew he had to do something and hence, the House of Mode Elle was born. Castillo believes that promoting beauty inside and out is the right way to go. True to its mission to promote beauty while helping cancer-stricken children, the media presentation of the Mode Elle Academy kicked off with a fashion show for a cause, featuring 170 Mode Elle talents who were clad in clothes design by professional fashion designers.

Ticket sales were donated to the beneficiaries of Tahan Tahanan in Quezon City and Child Haus in Manila, two non-governmental organizations that provide temporary shelter to kids with cancer and other non-communicable diseases and their families.

A Mode Elle’s beautiful student wearing
a Michael Sta. Maria creation.

“We give scholarships to kids with cancer who want to be artists and models. One of the cancer survivors that we trained is Chantal Rivera. She has performed in some of our past events. We also give medications and other hospital necessities for these kids suffering from cancer,” disclosed Castillo.

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Mode Elle Academy
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