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Sinta & Co. offers artisanal items, from handcrafted wedding rings and accessories to ceremony must-haves!
One of the most exciting things about weddings is the theme, and in recent years, there’s been a resurge of local, Filipiniana-inspired nuptials! Whether you’re attending a wedding soon or planning one yourself, you don’t want to miss this. There’s a new
Get to know more about Sari-Sari General Store, an NYC-based collective that features proudly Pinoy brands.
Filipino brands, while promising and truly one-of-a-kind, often find it challenging to penetrate the international scene. The fashion world is already saturated with too many competing brands, so standing out is always harder than it seems. It is for the same reason
These days, we eat with our eyes as much as our mouths. Plating is very important, but of course there's one thing our eyes feast on even before our orders land on the table - a restaurant's interior design."Interiors are very important because a
Recipes for quail eggs with artisanal salt, beer-battered crispy kangkong and a coco-ube ice cream sandwich.
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK - The ice cream sandwich as we Filipinos know it - peddled on the street, between hamburger buns - has finally caught on overseas. At Thai restaurant Pok Pok (I know, right), scoops of coconut-jackfruit ice cream are plopped on a
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
Inspired by Filipino Olympian Michael Martinez, here's a list of the cutest skater gear in town.
In case you haven’t heard, 17-year-old Michael Christian Martinez made history by being the first Filipino figure skater to represent the Philippines at the Winter Olympics. Born in a country foreign to snow, the teen Olympian has no where to go but up
Here's what designers Bo Parcon, Happy Andrada, Jaki Penalosa, Santi Obcena, Oz Go, and Xernan Orticio have to say about their collections.
Season after season, the designers included in the Visions and Trends show never fail to bring excitingly new fashion concoctions to the table. This time around, the lineup supplied stylistas with an abundance of diverse creative energy to feast on ranging from
Richie Bondoc at Philippine Fashion Week
John Guarnes at Philippine Fashion Week
Jaki Penalosa at Philippine Fashion Week
Chris Jasler at Philippine Fashion Week