The Rockwellist Pops Up at Nepo in Angeles City
It’s an exciting time to be in the North as well-curated and well-styled finds land in Angeles City through The Rockwellist Pop Up until April 30, 2023.
The Rockwell Lifestyle finally arrives at Angeles City in Pampanga.
Pampanga is one of the most exciting places for discovering culinary treats, aesthetically pleasing K-coffee shops and now a haven for fashion discoveries. This time around, Pampanga gets a glimpse of the Rockwell experience at Nepo, Angeles City. The Rockwellist, Power Plant Mall’s pop-up, will have a two-month physical shop in Rockwell Center Nepo from March until April 30, 2023.
First introduced in Rockwell Center Makati, The Rockwellist houses exclusive brands that perfectly complements and fits the Rockwell lifestyle. Among the brands that are available at the pop-up include Audrey Albason, Jim Weaver, Makina Watches, Marmol Stonework, Orias, Paul Raymond, Studio Regina, Suki Jewelry and Ta LouLou. To know more about the kind of brands available at the pop up, here’s a spotlight on one of the participating brands: Suki Jewelry.
Charlene Cabigas, Marketing Head and co-founder of Suki Jewelry, was present at the launch of The Rockwellist in Nepo.
“Pampanga is a new market for the brand and I think it’s an exciting way to showcase local products, particularly our brand Suki Jewelry. So here, we were given the opportunity to showcase some of our bestselling pieces such as our Tiny Huggies. What’s nice about it is you can drop by anytime so you can see the pieces up close, see the quality of the pieces and even try them on. We’re very thrilled and grateful to Rockwell for this opportunity,” Cabigas says.
Like the brands featured at The Rockwellist, Suki Jewelry is a homegrown Filipino brand that appeals to those with discerning taste.
“We created the brand five years ago simply because we couldn’t find a brand that offers a similar product in the market during that time. That time, the market was saturated with two extremities so there were products that were great for everyday but they were too disposable in a sense, and there were products that were of great quality but sort of too overpriced so Suki was born to fill that gap,” Cabigas begins.
“With Suki, we believe that we are one of the firsts if not the first jewelry brand to introduce ourselves as a direct-to-consumer brand. It simply means we do everything from end to end that means we are in charge of design, conceptualization to production to marketing to selling the pieces to consumers. We have a very hands-on approach and it allows us to price the pieces fairly and at the same time, be in control of quality of the pieces. We make sure that each and every piece is of great quality. All Suki pieces are made of gold with natural diamonds and are locally handcrafted all done by our highly skilled artisans. It is proudly Filipino,” she shares.
At The Rockwellist Pop Up in Nepo, shoppers can conveniently browse through items on-site that are likewise offered online. Special Rockwell merchandise will also be sold at the physical store. Soon, The Rockwellist Confections is set to launch new Kapampangan flavors in partnership with culinary icons in the local restaurant scene through a partnership with CMV Txokolat. The Rockwellist will similarly feature these exciting, new treats.
Learn more on Power Plant Mall’s Facebook and Instagram pages.