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The world of fashion is a big place and local entrepreneurs are only beginning to traverse it. But in an online world dominated by foreign brands and designers, it's not exactly easy to find and discover promising Filipino brands. Luckily, as online
Pranca offers the most beautiful modern pieces you'll want to invest in.
Starting your own jewelry collection can be a daunting task, especially in your twenties. After all, it's your own hard-earned money that's on the line. You'll want to invest in pieces that you will wear and keep forever, or until you decide
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If you’re a big supporter of local, handmade goods, you’re probably already familiar with Common Room, a shop where makers and artists gather and share their handcrafted goods. This time, the lifestyle store has partnered with the Department of Trade and Industry's
So you can shop without the guilt!
Shopping is undeniably part of the fun of gift-giving, so we at Preview are always looking for ways to make it even more enjoyable. And what’s better than supporting a local brand with a strong CSR? Here's list of a few we
New Year local goodies heading your way!
The local scene is absolutely thriving with refreshing pieces that are chic, modern and charmingly home-grown. We round up the perfect picks to get you started—from a bikini that flaunts 2018’s color of the year, to a bag featuring a weave from
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We may have long been freed from foreign oppressors but we still have a long way to go when it comes to fully embracing our own heritage. And FYI, our local goods are at par with internationally-made products when it comes to
All products are made and handcrafted in the Philippines!
The Philippines, being an archipelago, is home to the most pristine white beaches and the clearest waters. Our islands consist of many indigenous materials that can be creatively turned into fashionable items. With this vision, mother and daughter Janet and Janice Chua's Island Girl was