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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
It's perfect for your holiday parties!
Looking for your next OOTD inspo? Take your cue from Maymay Entrata when it comes to holiday dressing this season!Come to think of it, co-ords make for the perfect party 'fit. It's fun yet fuss-free; you won't have to worry about mixing and matching anymore! Maymay's
So vibrant and fresh!
Loud colors can be intimidating to wear, which explains why we're so used to seeing neutral-hued OOTDs peppering our feeds. So whenever we spot a celebrity sporting a pop of bright color or two, we can't help but get excited and be
The rebel of jewelries.
Local brand Elementari is not your usual jewelry line. Instead of creating perfectly-crafted accessories, they're embracing imperfections and making them shine. They aim to break the mold and focus on what makes each piece unique. It doesn't follow the norm of what's usually considered trendy;
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
You'll want to use them every day!
Now more than ever, local brands are making a space for themselves in the market, offering homegrown products at affordable prices. However, the idea that high-quality local products are only a recent development is a bit of a misconception. Many local products
Update your go-to pairs!
There is so much to love about owning no-fuss minimalist shoes. For one, they go with almost everything in your closet, which makes them a truly versatile choice. The good news is that minimalist sandals are trendy this 2019 so you have plenty of places to shop
Here's a first look at the collection!
Mikka Padua, founder of eclectic, curated e-shop Seek The Uniq, also happens to be a proud breast cancer warrior. After being diagnosed with the condition in December 2018, she's geared all her energy towards spreading awareness about the disease on her social
Here's how aspiring designers can try out for the same opportunity.
There’s never a dull moment for Philippine fashion as seven proudly Pinoy brands dominated the global stage once more at the Premiere Classe Trade Show in Paris last September 27 to 30. An annual gathering of high-end accessory brands at Paris Fashion
These OOTDs make us want to buy the entire collection!
Tricia Gosingtian's new label Hinhin is pretty much a Studio Ghibli film heroine's basic wardrobe, and that's precisely its singular charm. The newly-launched brand's first collection, dubbed Chapter 1: The Last Girl on Earth, is made up of gossamer, bloom-dusted frocks in
Apple flavor, anyone?
Fiercely intelligent actress Bela Padilla is chock full of surprises, so it's definitely not beyond her to show up on a gray, rainy Manila day wearing a zesty punch of fruity color. If sweet-sour green apple is your go-to flavor, you'll love
Find the complete list of local brands to shop, below!
ArteFino, one of Manila's biggest crafts fair for local artisans, is back for yet another year of showcasing the country's finest homegrown brands a.k.a. those set on keeping and upholding the ingenuity of Filipino craftmanship, along with their socially aware and responsible
Here's your cue to run and hoard.
The rains may have come down on Manila, but it's always sunny elsewhere, right? That's the prevailing idea behind local label Weave's latest endeavor—you have to see their new line of chic, tastefully streamlined swimwear. Delving into the world of bikinis and maillots
Support Filipino artisans!
Get yourself acquainted with the best local brands through the annual MaArte Fair, a fundraiser event organized by the Museum Foundation of the Philippines (MFPI). It aims to showcase Filipino artistry through fashion, home decor, and even food.This year, the three-day affair is
After all, their brand name "Tazanna" means princess.
In a sea of Instagram shoe stores vying for shoppers' attention, Tazanna prefers to keep it simple. Their footwear offerings bear a quiet force anchored on familiar designs and bolstered with expert local craftsmanship. They believe that shoes don't need to choose between comfort
Find out her favorite designer bag, her go-to airport outfit, and more!
With her big, sunny smile and easy laugh, it's almost a no-brainer to assume that superstar actress Anne Curtis is an open book–and to a certain degree, she is, which is why playing 25 Quick Questions with her in honor of Plains &
Ben Chan's clue was a dead giveaway!
Obsessed with the popular K-dramas Healer and Suspicious Partner? If your answer's yes, then you're about to flip. Korean actor Ji Chang Wook is the newest international face of local brand Bench!Ben Chan, the label's CEO himself, posted a teaser on Instagram,
Hinhin is "for the quiet girl whose inner universe is hardly ever silent."
It's all straight out of a Studio Ghibli movie scene, we're telling you. Tricia Gosingtian has just dropped her fashion label called Hinhin, and if you're into gauzy florals and prairie-appropriate chic perfect for frolicking in lavender fields, you'll want to buy everything.Tricia's
The perfect blend of natural motifs and precious metals.
Was it Kat Razon’s Cowrie Sun hoops that caught our attention? Or perhaps the sight of Macky Fäh with her Playa bag got us curious? All we knew was we had to find out more about Flora Magica, a local brand that
AMAMI offers earrings, rings, and bracelets that pay homage to Filipino jewelry traditions.
With acrylic earrings and beaded barrettes popping up everywhere, there’s no denying the appeal of a statement accessory. While scrolling our Instagram feeds, AMAMI, a local jewelry brand that uses indigenous techniques, caught our eye because we’ve never seen designs like theirs