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5 Items We Just Had To Buy From The New L'indochine Flagship Store

This list will give you a reason to visit the store, stat!
5 Items We Just Had To Buy From The New L'indochine Flagship Store This list will give you a reason to visit the store, stat!

Last year, we first introduced you guys to L’Indochine, and the two lovely ladies behind the concept boutique,  Leona Lavina-Panutat and Charlene Panutat-Carlos. What started as a charming shop at SM Aura Premiere has paved way into a larger (three times bigger!) and better store at the SM Mega Fashion Hall. Northerners, this is not the only good news, because along with the opening of the new boutique, they have also increased their superbly curated fashion and accessories collection. Still showcasing fashion and home finds from India, Thailand, Indonesia and more, each visit to the store is an opportunity for customers—mother and daughter alike— to unearth new and exciting finds.

Earlier today, we dropped by to see what was cooking and spotted these fab finds we just couldn’t leave the store without.

Brass Mantra Necklaces from Thailand


We went crazy when we saw these necklaces. We’re used to their beaded or bejeweled offerings (which we love) so we were glad to see a simple accessory that can be worn daily. Choose your mantra and layer them all you want. Brass Mantra Necklaces, P599.75

Shirt with Hmong Embroidered Pocket from Thailand

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Tapping in to a larger market this time around, score basic finds such as a striped tee, made special and not to mention unique, through a fun and colorful embroidery. Shirt with Hmong embroidered pocket, P799.75

Embroidered clutch from Northern Thailand

A well-made clutch with impeccable embroidery is the perfect accent to a plain white button-down and jeans combo. Embroidered clutch, P699.75


Hand Carved A-Z Bookends from Thailand

Book lovers, here’s a find made especially for you. Add that L’indochine vibe into your shelf with this hand carved bookends that come in two colors. Hand carved bookends, P1999.75

Mini Nomad Table from Tibet


The bigger store has allowed inspiration seekers, Leona and Charlene, to now supply us with larger home items and furniture. This beauty from Tibet will surely triple the charm of your living room. Mini nomad table, P14,900

Of course there is so much more to find and discover, so this payday weekend, we suggest you pay L’Indochine’s new store a visit at the 4th level SM Mega Fashion Hall. 

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