Aug 31, 2018

Most men have a hard time scouring for gems when shopping. This is why for its second year, ArteFino presents The Barracks, the for-men space at the prestigious artisan fair, which will run until Sep. 2 at Penthouse, 8 Rockwell.

The items at The Barracks are carefully selected by heritage fan-maker Monchet Olives, describing it as “a place where every gentleman keeps his treasures.” Here are some items you can score at the little space.

Jim Weaver

Making art wearable through fashion, Jim Weaver features scarves and pocket squares with bright, eye-catching hand-painted designs digitally printed on 100% authentic silk.

Joco Comendador

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Joco Comendador brogue mules, P6,500

Bringing the dying craft of shoemaking from Marikina to Makati, Joco Comendador lines up his ready-to-wear shoes and slides at The Barracks. His team will also be offering bespoke services at The Barracks until Sep. 2.

Rhett Eala

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Rhett Eala kimono top, P7,500

Fashion designer Rhett Eala takes his pieces to The Barracks as well like his khaki kimono-style top and Hiyori bomber jacket.

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Hiyori bomber jacket

Natalya Lagdameo

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Natalya Lagdameo perfume, P2,500 for 120 ml

Jeweler Natalya Lagdameo presents her newest product at The Barracks as well—perfumes Absolem, which is based on moss, and Tala, based on kamuning tree.

Carmina de Dios

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Carmina de Dios hats, P8,600-P8,900

Designer and hat maker Carmina de Dios’ handmade dyed hats are made from fine white local fiber from talipot palm.

 

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