These Filipino brands continue the legacy of imaginative and cutting-edge design with their world-class products.
This is an excerpt from Lifestyle Asia’s October 2023 Issue.
With fresh, geometric silhouettes, Capricho’s bags give the time-honored solihiya weave a modern update. Made of a recyclable plastic material called Viro, they are resistant to UV damage and are meant to last for years.
Artisanal and yet with a polished finish, Aranaz’s newest collection takes its inspiration from the natural world. Dubbed “Earth Flora”, the line honors traditional handmade techniques, whilst giving pieces a modern Filipino, sculptural feel.
Shaped by the allure of the nomadic gypsy lifestyle, Ethnique’s vibrant apparel and accessories exude a tactile feel. Distinctly Filipino design elements dance alongside beaded bohemian fare, resulting in striking pieces imbued with the magic of travel.
A velvety, multi-tasking product, Teviant’s VELVET DROP is a tinted mousse that imbues natural color on cheeks, lids, and lips whilst nourishing the complexion. Moreover, the darker tones likewise double as contour, while the shimmery gold shades make for great highlighters.
Founded by Anne Curtis, Solenn Heussaff, and Roxanne Farillas, Tili Dahli is a Filipino babywear brand beloved for cozy and stylish pieces made of the best fabrics. The newest drop features matching dresses for moms and their kids, perfect for wonderful bonding moments.
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Photo via Ethnique.