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Years ago, social enterprises were a novelty that simply piqued the interest of consumers. Nowadays, such cause-driven businesses are so prolific that it's suddenly become the norm. This leaves consumers with a multitude of options, from well-established brands to promising newcomers. The
Our Miss Universe stepped out in New York wearing a Filipino artisanal jacket!
Leave it to Catriona Gray to represent our indigenous fabrics abroad!The reigning Miss Universe stepped out on the streets of the Big Apple on Labor Day in the US, sporting none other than a piece handcrafted by our local artisans. Catriona wore
He was recently named as Fashion Institute of the Philippines' 2019 Designer of the Year.
JJ Aquino is making a drastic career change. From designing buildings as a professional architect, he's made the switch to designing clothes—and his choice of medium when it comes to breathing life into his sketches is far from what you'd normally guess.
She'll convince you to wear more Filipino-made pieces!
Marian Rivera-Dantes has a new fashion obsession: local weaves. A quick browse at her Instagram feed and you'll notice that the actress has been donning clothes made by Filipino brands and designers. She even seemingly documents everything using a new hashtag: #TribuNiYan.
Check out her chic way to wear Philippine weaves!
Listen up if you've been aching to don beautiful, traditional Philippine fabrics! Actress and power mom Marian Rivera's got a prim, dainty way to style our local weaves, and it's easy, chic, and absolutely doable.Her bell-bottomed, floor-sweeping chambray trousers lend the look
She hosted the 15th Gawad Geny Lopez Bayaning Pilipino Awards wearing a chic, patriotic look!
Kathryn Bernardo looked stunning in a modern terno as she hosted the 15th Gawad Geny Lopez Bayaning Pilipino Awards last night, July 3. Together with her stylist Jan Aranilla, Kath collaborated on this piece with local designer Steph Tan. The idea was to put
Mindanaoan designer Steffy De Mylo will make you want to wear local weaves.
Steffy De Mylo's fashion journey started with big leaps of faith. First, she had no formal training in fashion. Second, the first work she ever showed Heart Evangelista (who has since worn several pieces by her) was a suit she only made overnight. Just
Kandama Collective recently brought the spotlight to Ifugao textile at the Paris Fashion Week. The local brand showcased their Fiesta Filipiniana collection at a runway show organized by the International Indigenous Fashion Week in support of their #SaveTheWeave advocacy.Kandama, along with other indigenous designers, staged
Their button bags and smocked frocks are adorable!
There is something about Good Luck, Humans that makes a person inherently happy. Browsing through their website is a color explosion of bright, cheerful clothing and home furnishings guaranteed to brighten your day. From their chic clutches to their boho-inspired dresses, there’s
Local designer Jearson Demavivas tells Preview about all about the indigenous fabrics they used throughout the competition.
Apart from winning the Miss Universe crown, Catriona Gray has succeeded in many ways: For one, she triumphantly put the spotlight on local textiles, not to mention its ethical and proper use for modern wear. Catriona is admired for taking that extra step and for tapping local
Local weaves are transitioning to the next generation as an identity of Filipino life that everyone can wear.
"It is an identity. The abel is usually for special occasions when made into clothing, like ceremonial apparel,” says Abra Governor Joy Bernos of her province’s weave, a practice echoed for the most part throughout modern Philippines, each region bearing something of
This should change the way you see the local banig.
Traditional weaves and locally-made textiles are back in the spotlight with the help and support of budding designers and independent groups. With this collective effort, we're brimming with optimism that age-old traditions and art forms won't cease to exist. They need to
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Indigenous textiles have been spending some time under the spotlight and learning their maximum sartorial potential. We’re finding more and more ways to incorporate these garments into our highly-westernized wardrobe. In the last Habi fair, organized by Habi, the Philippine Textile Council,