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Cordillera weavers clamor for help against fake indigenous fabrics.
It is not a secret that many things we own are from and made in China. Their products are sold for cheap, and in today's situation, affordability wins the game. But where do we draw the line in mass prodcution? Baguio City's
When history meets gaming.
The release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons has changed the gaming world for the better. It's all wholesome fun, really—which is what we all need right now.A ton of players have used the game to mix tech and fashion by turning runway
It's all about asking the right questions.
In the growing push to patronize local comes the proliferation of designers who have turned to the use of indigenous weaves. Brands like Filip + Inna, Kaayo, and Herman and Co. see to the responsible and ethical use of these textiles while
There's nothing more stylish than an eco-conscious fashion girl!
According to a report on Forbes, the fashion industry comes second to oil as the largest industrial polluter in the world, accounting for 10% of global carbon emissions, and producing 20% of the earth’s water waste. To add to this alarming knowledge,
This Ilocano tradition is slowly dying but thanks to Tweetie de Leon-Gonzalez and AVA.ph, there's a way to keep it alive.
There’s always something special about a woven fabric, especially after realizing how time consuming and how intricate the entire process of creating one is. It takes two weeks just to set up a pattern on a loom and this can only produce