StyleBible Preview

Tag: filipino brand

68 Shares

This Filipino Brand Makes Handwoven Bags, Totes, and Clutches

They make use of traditional hablon and patadyong fabric.
If you like products with local flair such as handcrafted face masks, abaca baskets, and banig laptop cases, we found something you'll want to add to your collection of homegrown finds: Iloilo-based shop Obra Ilonggo makes gorgeous bags handwoven in traditional hablon
22.1K Shares

6 Local Online Stores That Sell Chic Minimalist Platform Sandals

This sandal is the perfect combination of comfort and style.
If you’re a shoe-a-holic like myself, you'll understand when I say that quarantine has definitely pivoted my footwear choices. I used to dream of the next statement heel or cool new boot I could wear about town and during my travels—but since
9 Shares

You Have to See the Colorful PPEs This Filipino Brand Donated!

The Tannery Manila is also produced nylon taffeta coveralls for frontliners and outdoor protection.
The shops of The Tannery Manila are closed, but work continues. Only this time, the leather specialist is making personal protective equipment (PPE) for doctors and nurses instead of its premium backpacks, totes, and bag accessories. Like many fashion labels, big or
39 Shares

This Local Premium Leather Shoe Brand Is Surprisingly Affordable

Filipino-made Balthazar shoes boast topnotch quality at surprisingly low prices.
Leather shoes seem to be divided into two classes these days: top-quality leather shoes that are also quite expensive and affordable leather shoes that are easily damaged after a few months. Why can't there be something in between? That's exactly what Altina
49 Shares

You'll Love These Local Shoe Brands If You're A Minimalist

Update your go-to no-fuss footwear!
There is so much to love about owning no-fuss minimalist shoes. For one, they go with almost everything in your closet, which makes each pair a worth-it buy. The good news is that minimalist sandals are a huge trend in 2019 (though they never really
14.7K Shares

We Can't Wait to Shop These Pieces from Plains & Prints x Mark Bumgarner

We want every single thing from this dream collab, TBH.
It's official: Mark Bumgarner has created a ready-to-wear collection in collaboration with homegrown fashion brand Plains & Prints! Known for his reinterpretations of classic feminine looks, Mark's show-stopping creations are worn by a rapidly growing celebrity clientele at the most glamorous and prestigious events
78 Shares

12 Filipino Beauty Brands You Need to Know Now

Add these to your must-try list!
It's time to update your beauty arsenals with some homegrown love, and we know just the right brands to quench your thirst for something local. Below, we round up 12 promising brands from the Philippines where you can snag some of the
644 Shares

Check Out Francis Libiran's Collection for Bayo

Two local greats join forces!
All-Filipino fashion label Bayo commemorates its 25th year with everything that celebrates its heritage, collaborating with world-class designer Francis Libiran!IMAGE Courtesy of BayoIMAGE Courtesy of Bayo“Bayo and I share the same vision: to take the Filipino’s beauty, talent, and craftsmanship to a
300 Shares

Online Store of the Week: NAMi

Fun fact: it means 'nice' in Ilonggo!
Namì in Ilonggo means nice and it just so happens that it is also the perfect word to describe NAMÌ. Hailing from Bacolod, Ina Tirthdas and Cath Sobrevega came up with a jewelry brand that is all about timeless yet affordable pieces.
Share

Start-up Profiles: Kirv

What's it like to be working with your "bae?"
Sure as you may be about starting your own business, it definitely helps to have a strong support system. While some prefer to keep the company within the family, others turn to significant halves to help them get the work going. Here Style
Share

Start-up Profiles: Euniform

How did designer Eunice Armilda get her brand out there?
We all work to reach a point in our careers where we become our own boss. Some take the long road, slowly saving up and waiting for that promotion. Others jump straight into it by putting up their own company. In the