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Perfect for your upcoming trip to the beach!
Summer has officially rolled in! You know what that means? Woven bags are back in business! Not that they were ever out, mind you—but there's just something about the tropical feel of these rattan baskets, solihiya clutches, and garden-themed totes that's making
She's made a party OOTD staple of it!
Funny lady Sofia Vergara (a.k.a. the hilarious Gloria Delgado-Pritchett on comedy series Modern Family) has been spotted carrying one of celebrated local brand Aranaz's coveted pieces!The Colombian-American actress has made a clear favorite of the Maui clutch, taking it out to party more than once. Her
These pieces are both trendy and historic.
Heritage brands have been getting their fair share of the fashion limelight in recent seasons. Fashionistas seem to be looking at storied ol’ companies from Goyard to Brooks Brothers to inject gravitas to their wardrobe. In the Philippines, the venerable S.C. Vizcarra
Have you given into the woven bag trend yet? Here are a bunch of stores you should totally check out if you're looking to buy one:This brand, which started as an entrepreneurial project, now showcases multiple designs plus collabs with local weavers!Elinora
And with good reason!
This definitely isn't the first time local accessories label Aranaz was featured by Vogue. Once again, one of the brand's iconic woven bags has landed a spot on the publication's 20 Desk-Smart Basket Bags For Summer In The City list. Check it
The Beatriz Tropical Edge Clutch is on Oprah's Favorite Things for 2016!
Oprah Winfrey's gift-giving skills are no joke. Her yearly list of favorite things was a hit on her old talk show, and the most memorable episode for us is still the one where she gave away 276 cars to her studio audience
Former TV exec Rita Nazareno finds a new calling in accessory design.
Rita Nazareno doesn't identify herself as a designer. Not primarily, at least. But she is artistically inclined, and there is no disputing that.The granddaughter of Segundina Cornejo Vizcarra, a pioneer of piña hand-embroidery who opened S.C. Vizcarra, her taller de bordados de