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Designer Zarah Juan is selling her iconic bags to raise funds for our jeepney drivers in need.
These trying times have awakened the bayanihan spirit in the fashion industry, especially amongst big-name designers who have the networking and resources to provide whatever support they can to their fellow Filipinos. There are designers who have banded together to assuage the shortage
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Just because June is over and Independence Day has long passed, that doesn’t mean we have to hit pause on our campaign to support and embrace local brands. In fact, we strongly believe that it should be a continuous, conscious effort!There are
Check out these proudly Pinoy arm candies made from wood, weaves, and upcycled materials.
The Philippine fashion scene is brimming with fresh talents and innovative minds. That said, there's no shortage of brands putting the spotlight on locally made bags. Below, we list 18 online stores you can shop from the next time you're in need
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The future is indeed female! Just take it from Wacoal. In celebration of the lingerie brand's 30 years of "uplifting women," this year, they look out to a range of multi-faceted ladies that can serve as inspiration for the younger girls of
She takes boho to a whole other level.
Aliza Apostol (A.K.A. Chinky to her nearest and dearest and @mustlovemom on IG) lives for days where she can lay out all day at the beach where the sun shines the brightest. But when she’s not seaside, you’ll see her around the
The Philippine fashion industry can serve as a platform to help underprivileged communities.
There’s more to fashion than the glitz and glamour. For some businesses, typically referred to as social enterprises, the local fashion industry can serve as a platform to help underprivileged communities by training and recruiting them to become regular employees, and providing
This global logistics company is taking Filipino designers to international fashion waters and here's how you can be part of it.
There’s more to the fashion industry than seasonal trends and pretty clothes. In the hustle and bustle of launching new lines of products amid the new digital age comes a web-based market hoping to easily peruse and purchase them online. What translates