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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
Here's your cue to run and hoard.
The rains may have come down on Manila, but it's always sunny elsewhere, right? That's the prevailing idea behind local label Weave's latest endeavor—you have to see their new line of chic, tastefully streamlined swimwear. Delving into the world of bikinis and maillots
You'll love their timeless pieces!
If you've been looking for contemporary pieces for the modern woman, then the search ends here. Weave, a young fashion retailer showcasing local designers, offers timeless pieces that are worth investing in. Their sophisticated creations are tailored especially for Filipinas of today's
Weave enthusiasts, heed her advice.
Meet Cynthia Alberto, a multi-hyphenate Filipina: an artist, weaving activist, teacher, and founder/director of the Brooklyn-based weaving studio, Weaving Hand. Her advocacy as a fiber artist "bridges traditional and contemporary weaving and draws inspiration from ancient communities of Europe, Asia, Latin America,
You've got to visit!
We first laid eyes on young designer Brit Romero's Weave in 2015, back when the brand had just started breaking into the local fashion scene. Two years and a Manila Fashion Festival runway show later, the sleek label's reach is growing faster
Less is more.
Architecture is applicable not only to buildings and bridges, and Brit Romero knows it. The young designer pairs exquisite minimalism with calculated geometry to create a striking collection centric on the parallelism between shapes and lines.IMAGE Deneb VillanuevaIMAGE Deneb VillanuevaIMAGE Deneb VillanuevaIMAGE
For the ladies who love black and white.
There’s a new fashion stylist in town and she’s not charging extra for her services. Introducing Weave, an online fashion retailer that does more than just sell wearable clothes. Built by fashion designers who are aware of what stylish consumers really need,
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