FASHION

Donate? Discard? What do you do with your old underwear

In essence, a pile of old underwear is a pile of fabric. That means you can let your creativity run free with clothing related projects

It’s Vintage’s new Makati space is a glimpse inside its owner Fed Pua’s brain

In this interview, its owner and creative director talks about his small renovation project, growing out of his former brand Factory Boy’s “college cool,” and merging his love for the arts and fashion in one space

Most people wear shoes in the wrong size. Here’s how to properly measure your feet

Wearing ill-fitting footwear can lead to foot pain and disorders such as toe deformity, corns, and calluses

Local brand Bayo is reviving the dying tradition of silk making in the north

In its quest for sustainable practices, Bayo shares the lengths it took to help reinvigorate the sericulture tradition of Kapangan, Benguet—and why it is worth saving

MaArte at the Pen is back with a physical fair this August

There will be a total of 94 local designers and artisan brands participating at this year’s fair

Mich Dulce’s three-way terno is ready for your return to IRL socials

Consider this deconstructed Filipiniana when you’re booked for a face-to-face occasion that calls for something formal

bucket hats made with deadstock fabric
These deadstock bucket hats are made specifically for big heads

Glorious Dias’ first release for 2022 is a collection of reworked bucket hats inspired by “bad haircuts”

Want to give sustainable clothing to the fashion-forward people in your life? Check these local brands

From upcycled pieces to sustainable jewelry, these environment-friendly staples will help your fashionista friends stay green this holiday season

a white terno with floral details
Is there such a thing as ‘Filipino fashion’?

Centuries of colonization influenced aspects of our Filipino identity, including the way we dress. Amid this, a webcast now asks if there is a mode of fashion we can truly call our own

green, cream, and yellow clothes on a fruit stand with pineapples, banana and bamboo
These clothes are made from repurposed fruit fibers to cut down on food waste

Seeking an alternative to resource-intensive cotton, clothing brand Pangaia has been developing technical fabrics like this one. Also, these pineapple leaves are sourced from the Philippines