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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
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,
Let's dissect the root of the problem.
A few weeks ago, Billy Crawford and Coleen Garcia's pre-nuptial photo shoot in Ethiopia became viral due to a number of reasons. For one, the netizens were quick to point out their boldly printed outfits, which shared the same fabric as a
Our Best Dressed Ball this year came with an invite that read, "Attire: How Preview are you?" and if venues were eligible for a Most In-Theme Award, Manila House would have won unrivaled. Swathed end-to-end in custom fabric peppered with the magazine's
The old-school fabric's back.
Corduroy, that ridged fabric worn by uniformed school girls and loved for daytime wear by the retro style stars of yore, has got a pretty modest reputation. Still, despite its uptight, buttoned-up nature and childhood teddy bear associations (remember?!), Fall 2017 has
He's taking his original prints with him to London!
In case you haven't heard, Filipino fashion designer John Herrera has emerged triumphant as the first place winner of the London Emerging Designers Award! Though he's already made his impact on both the local and international industry long before this jubilant win, he
Fabrics and finishes galore.
Just a quick scroll through Kim Jones' Instagram page gives you absolutely no reason to doubt why she's one of our ultimate style pegs. Everything she touches seems to turn into the season's look du jour, spurring a quickening of our sartorially-savvy
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
It's time to show your clothes some love.
Don’t you just wish your closet was a timeless capsule that will leave your clothes looking and feeling new no matter how many times you’ve used them? Sigh, technology hasn’t reached that level yet. And unless you’re planning to invent such a
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September 11, 2008
Fabric presents designers from La Salle College International Manila.