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Bright colors to brighten the day.
Now on month 3 of quarantine, many of us have already put our cozy tees, shorts, and light dresses on heavy rotation at home. But if you’re looking to switch the mood up a bit by means of your wardrobe, may we
Prepare for the new normal whilst supporting local enterprises.
Fashion always evolves over time. Now that we’ve entered general community quarantine, the way we dress won’t be what it used to be. Protection, healthy, and safety, will be the top priorities when selecting what clothes to wear outside. This is where
What a tasteful way to celebrate both Mindanao artisans and the elusive art of suiting.
A tasteful, excellently made fusion of fine tailoring and beautiful Philippine weaves? Yes, please. Kaayo Modern Mindanao and Salvo Women have collaborated to bring you just that: an homage to the extraordinary skills of local artisans that also honors the masterful, elusive
We bring you the best of the bunch.
Every so often, the fashion industry experiences a gleeful disturbance by way of new trends and items to work with. This could be through emerging local brands making a splash or through more established labels finding their way to your favorite luxury
Check out her chic way to wear Philippine weaves!
Listen up if you've been aching to don beautiful, traditional Philippine fabrics! Actress and power mom Marian Rivera's got a prim, dainty way to style our local weaves, and it's easy, chic, and absolutely doable.Her bell-bottomed, floor-sweeping chambray trousers lend the look
Snag tips from Mindanao-based label Kaayo's latest launch event!
We've long kept admiring eyes on Kaayo, a groundbreaking Davao-based label that champions modern silhouettes mixed with traditional Mindanao woven fabric. "Kaayo means goodness or kindness in Bisaya. It is a curated collection of different Mindanao stories that we creatively put together," founder
Learn new mat weaving techniques from 30 different local communities!
The art of weaving has been a local ancient tradition passed down from generation to generation. While the turn for faster, modern techniques has relegated the craft to the backseat, with a particular mastery only indigenous locals have honed, more and more
Start shopping for a cause!
It's no secret that while fashion exudes creativity, beauty, and confidence, it also unfortunately brings about an unhealthy amount of excess waste into the environment. In a bid to continue our search for sustainable, ethical, and eco-friendly pieces that go against the current fast
Marga Nograles built Kaayo in the hopes of creatively telling stories of the Mindanaoans.
Being based in Davao seems to have been the best decision that Marga Nograles made. She's able to raise a beautiful family alongside her husband while enriching Mindanao as a haven of high quality and stylish weaves. With Kaayo, a clothing brand she started
Get to know the ladies who are championing Filipino fashion today.
In celebration of Women's Day, we're putting the spotlight on five local fashion brands helmed by Filipinas. Poised to bring a fresh perspective to modern Filipino fashion, these Pinays are active champions of local craftsmanship.Apart from putting up successful businesses, our featured ladies
This mother-daughter tandem marries traditional weaving with contemporary silhouettes.
Weaving is an art deeply rooted in tradition and is highly regarded locally and abroad for its vibrant and intricate techniques. As this tapestry of culture dates back to the ancient times, a number of designers and entrepreneurs feel a strong sense