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18 Online Stores Where You Can Buy Locally Made Bags

Check out these proudly Pinoy arm candies made from wood, weaves, and upcycled materials.
The Philippine fashion scene is brimming with fresh talents and innovative minds. That said, there's no shortage of brands putting the spotlight on locally made bags. Below, we list 18 online stores you can shop from the next time you're in need
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Filipino Designers Featured In The Guardian

Filipino Designers Featured In The Guardian
The Guardian releases a feature on the International Fashion Showcase in London and how only the Filipino contingent, Manila Wear, "incorporated indigenous sustainable materials into their designs. In addition, each designer had either a partnership with an NGO where profits are put
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Creations Of Adante Leyesa And Ken Samudio For Ifs Featured On Vogue Italia Site

Creations of Adante Leyesa And Ken Samudio For IFS Featured On Vogue Italia Site
The creations of Adante Leyesa and Ken Samudio make it to the Vogue Italia website's feature on the International Fashion Showcase in London. It's a "selection of moments, images, projects and styles, curated by Sara Maino," which included two of Adante's necklaces and
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Ifs London 2014 Diary

Six Filipino designers, one big show. See what happened behind-the-scenes during the IFS exhibit in London, UK.
There's no greater feeling in the world than having the priviledge to represent your country for your chosen craft, and we're pretty sure you're also on a high like these six designers—Olivia D'Aboville, Joel Escober, Jun Artajo, Ken Samudio, Adante Leyesa, and
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Pefta Goes To London

Get to know the three PEFTA alumni representing our country for the International Fashion Showcase in London, UK.
We love it when our local designers are going global, and we love it even more when they're part of PEFTA! Since its inception in 2010, the Preview Emerging Fashion Talent Awards paved the way for a lot of budding designers who
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Special Report: Fine Jewelry Vs. Costume Jewelry

Is one really better than the other? Read on and tell us which side you're on.
Jewelry has always been linked to class and sophistication, but the landscape has totally changed along the way. What used to be regarded as something that’s meant for royals and elites has evolved to various (and more affordable) media, thus blurring the
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Shop. Share. Care.

Our country's top accessories designers come together to raise funds for Yolanda victims.
It's been 17 days since super typhoon Yolanda destroyed Central Visayas and as we are slowly starting to move on, much still needs to be done to help get the victims back on their feet and start anew. After the successful run of his
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Hot Right Now: Manila Wear 2013

Top Filipino designers join forces to showcase their world-class craft to the global market.
Beginning today, SMX Convention Center will become the capital of all things chic, stylish, and fashionably Filipino as our country’s top designers are set to showcase their outstanding resort wear collections for Manila Wear, the foremost destination for world-class Filipino couture. As
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Pefta 2013

This year's new crop of designers brought their A-game with an outstanding interpretation of movement.
It was a celebration of talent and creativity as Preview formally introduced this year’s batch of emerging talents. Held at SM Aura Premier, guests were treated to a lovely exhibit dubbed as “The Art of Movement,” featuring the works of fashion students
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Weaving The Future Winners

The social design competition awards Adante Leyesa and Roland Alzate as its best designers.
Weaving the Future: A Social Design Competition had its culmination last Tuesday, November 22 in the PAGCOR Grand Theatre, where the 19 finalists—9 accessory designers and 10 apparel designers—presented their 100% organic pieces executed in collaboration with members of the Fashion and
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Weaving The Future Finalists

The twenty emerging designers who made it to the social design competition.
The Fashion and Design Council of the Philippines (FDCP) released the list of the twenty aspiring design talents who made it to this year's installment of the Philippine Fashion Design Competition (PFDC), called Weaving the Future: A Social Design Competition, which is