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10 Local Brands That Put Filipino Ethnic Materials Back On the Map

What was once only seen at the ends of our shores are finally crowding the racks of our favorite local shops and draping the bodies of some of the most stylish sets around Manila. Filipino ethnic prints are more visible now more than ever and we could not be any more proud of our local weavers' intricate and colorful designs that perfectly depict our country’s vivid culture and rich heritage.


READ: #IndependenceDay2018: Celebrate The Beauty Of Traditional Filipino Clothing With These Modern Filipiniana Looks



As we celebrate the 120th Philippine #IndependenceDay, we put the spotlight on the traditional clothing worn by Filipina women, appreciating the timeless beauty of their silhouettes and craftsmanship while reimagining and giving the looks a modern spin for the empowered Pinays of today. Which pieces are your favorite? Swipe up on our stories for our full fashion editorial! ???? #IndependenceDay2018 #PhilippineIndependenceDay • Produced and photographed by Rxandy Capinpin Styling by Keith Angelo Makeup by Nikki Duque of Make Up Forever Hairstyling by MJ Rone for Revlon Professional using hair extensions from Lynelle Hair Extensions Model: Jessica Yang • #Fashion #Filipino #ProudlyPinoy #JojieLloren #PioPio #KarismaNiMaria #JunjunAblaza #wellstyledlife #lifestyle #lifegoals #inspiredliving

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Dying to get your hands on these cultural gems? We’ve list down some of our favorite local brands that put these prints on the radar and made it wearable for every modern Filipina:


Pio Pio


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Habin PH


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Zarah Juan


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Linea Etnika


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Kultura Filipino


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Manila Collectible


Lara Samar


Anthill Fabric



Lead photo by Rxandy Capinpin