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You Won't Believe That These Bags Are Made from Recycled Fabrics

These bags from local brand "Karga" will be your new everyday companion.
The local fashion industry is continuously flourishing, but with it comes a responsibility that we've long been ignoring. Now that we're becoming more and more aware of the excess involved in the production of clothes, many brands are slowly joining in the
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These Local Designers Prove Ethnic-Inspired Pieces Can Go Global

Here's a sneak peek of their latest designs!
What used to be archived and displayed in national museums will now come to life on the runways of the 55th Japan National Fashion Design Competition, thanks to local designers Jun Artajo and Andi Amora. These Mindanaoans will bring local woven fabrics
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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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Bahay Kubo By Jun Artajo

The master weaver debuts his latest collection in London for the annual International Fashion Showcase.
After bagging second place in the 49th Japan Fashion Design Contest in Tokyo three years ago for his "Dreamweaver" collection, Jun Artajo has been an unstoppable force to reckon with. Known for his intricate weaving techniques and modern interpretation of our native