Urban Cebu fashion understated the recession plague when they witnessed a talented and stylish crowd last August 6, of last year at the Arctic 2 of the Waterfront Hotel and Casino to pay veneration to the Nokia 6700 classic.
A small intimate party at the private Artic 2 welcomed everyone who wanted to be part of the private viewing of the Nokia 6700. Dubbed Style Stapes, the Nokia 6700 exhibit also partnered with Cebu designers such as Philipp Tampus, Barbie Alvez, Lord Maturan, Noreen Tseng, Yves Camingue, Jamie Zanoria and also Cebu’s nightlife institution VUDU who set up shops inside the function room.
Maxie Perez of VUDU
A Philip Tampus gown
Barbie Alvez gown
Jamie Zanoria of Cebu Fashion Accessory Design Guild
Zugbuana President Mia Zamora
Shangrila’s Marketing Guru Lesley Tan
Nikka Abes from Nokia
The boyfriend and moi at their photo wall. More photos here.
About The Nokia 6700
“The feature-rich specs sheet of the Nokia 6700 classic will serve you with stuff such as a 5 megapixel autofocus camera, GPS navigation with Nokia Maps and the awesome Nokia WebKit Open Source Browser, previously available only on the Symbian S60 smartphones.
The Nokia 6700 classic also has a built-in accelerometer for tap-for-clock and turn-to-mute features, which we first saw in the Nokia Arte lineup. The 5 megapixel Nokia 6700 classic is the latest S40 device by Nokia, considered as a modern successor of the popular Nokia 6300 and expected to become a bestseller as its forerunner.
At only 11mm of thickness, the Nokia 6700 sports a full metal keymat, a 2.2-inch 16M color QVGA display and supports both quad-band GSM and tri-band UMTS networks (plus HSDPA up to 10 Mbps).”