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5 Bacolod-Based Brands to Shop for Fresh, Flowy Dresses

Dresses for days!
The City of Smiles is known for its vibrant community, whose people have a natural affinity for creativity. We've recently noticed a number of homespun Bacolod-based brands emerging, each backed by young entrepreneurs with a love for fashion and tropic-friendly garments. These brands each offer
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This Local Brand Is Promoting Nationalism With Beautiful Hand-Painted Shoes

Shoe brand Annie & Lori just launched "Piliin mo ang Pilipinas", a new collection focused on championing the "global Filipino".
Local footwear label Annie & Lori has been in the business since 2015, and since then, they haven't stopped upholding local craftsmanship by way of their chic, functional, and distinctly Filipina designs. Just ask style mavens among the likes of Kelsey Merritt,
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This Is the First Local Cloud Kitchen Funded by Silicon Valley's Y Combinator

It's built and owned by an all-female group!
The all-female led cloud kitchen startup MadEats has secured $125,000 or P6.2 million in funding from Silicon Valley’s Y Combinator, one of the world’s leading accelerator programs. MadEats follows the footsteps of other Filipino startups that have been lucky enough to graduate
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8 Local Influencers Who Will Inspire You to Start Your Own Business

They made their dream businesses a reality!
Like many of us, our favorite content creators and YouTubers also have dreams of opening their own business ventures, too. And aside from making content we excitedly anticipate on social media, some of them have put in the work to finally make
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This Quaint Garden-Inspired Café Features Swings and Bike-Friendly Tables

Oyence Reyes' café, Florentias, is located in Santa Rosa, Nueva Ecija.
The pandemic has proven to be a solidly entrepreneurial time. Though many beloved establishments have closed down, countless new independent ventures have emerged, like sprouts cracking through concrete. If you're anything like us, you know what it's like to have been comforted
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These Locally-Made Furniture Will Give Your Home a Tropical Vibe

Rattan and solihiya play huge roles in every traditional Filipino home
It’s always a good thing to love and buy locally-made products, because often, these come from small to medium enterprises which support Filipino artisans. One example is Tahanan Furniture, which products are made by crafters from Cebu.Tahanan aims to craft consciousness in
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10 Things You Can Shop Now to Support Small Local Businesses

From purchasing gift cards to ordering custom-made items!
Businesses across the country (and the world) are taking a hit because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Malls are closed indefinitely with only essential services operational, and while it might seem like e-commerce is taking the spotlight, delays with deliveries are inevitable considering
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8 Local Brands that Give Back to Our Communities

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
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10 Locally-Made Pieces for a Fashionable 2018

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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18 Online Brands That Are Proudly Homegrown

Hit that follow button stat.
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
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The Closet Raiders Will Inspire You to Curate Your Wardrobe

We talk to the founders of this Facebook-based fashion portal.
As fashion girls, we are all too familiar with the dilemma of owning too much clothes and shoes yet still having nothing to wear. Before we know it, we have hoarded a ton of items that still have their tags on and