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Green Line

Local designers and brands unite for Ayala's eco-friendly line.
Green Line Local designers and brands unite for Ayala's eco-friendly line.

Continuing its efforts to promote sustainable living through its Greenology campaign, Ayala Malls launches Green Line, a collection of clothes, shoes and accessories made of earth-friendly materials. Designers from Greenbelt 5's Filipino Zone, as well as a few local retail brands, each created special limited-edition designs for this cause.

Designers like Joel Escober, Randy Ortiz, and Vic Barba chose to go green by whipping up garments using natural fibers like piña, linen, and organic cotton. Atelier Avatar tapped Tessa Prieto-Valdes to created a capsule collection for the store. She transformed discarded materials like soda tabs and plastic wrappers into quirky accessories. Amina Aranaz unveiled clutches covered with rice sacks for Aranaz.

Mainstream brands like Bayo and Folded & Hung chose to send out the eco-conscious message the literal route—through statement tees that urged to reduce, reuse, and recycle.

Find out what your favorite brands and designers did to help save mother earth. Check out the Green Line at these participating stores in Greenbelt 5: Bayo, Folded & Hung (Glorietta), Jurlique, Panopio, Aranaz, Arnel Papa, Atelier Avatar, Barba, Bonne Bouche, Gaupo, KT, Jun Escario, Myth, Azucar, Religioso and Victoria Marin. The Green Line is available from September 16 to 20, 2009.

For those ready to shop up a storm at Myth, here's some need-to-know info: P100 is slashed of your bill when you bring your own shopping bag to carry your loot in. Get P50 off when you opt not to avail of the smaller-sized Myth shopping bag, for accessory purchases.

Show the earth some lovin' and shop green!

Click on to view Green Line designs.

Click here to read about the reusable designer eco totes available at Ayala Malls as part of Greenology.

—Renee Puno, Editorial Assistant

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