The P&B Valises booth
So many Abel Iloco tapestries to choose from
Leah Sanchez's pabitin-inspired chandelier for Venzon Lighthing as part of the Red Box program
It's a full house here at the Mabuhay VIP Buyers Lounge.
Amina Aranaz-Alunan's designs at Manila Wear
Street wear-inspired fashion made of piña silk designed by Yves Camigue under Manila FAME's Red Box Fashion.
At the Weaves of the Philippines you'll see some of the applications to abel weaving, such as modern interiors.
Jewelry and clutch bags made with silver foil packets, metal, and leather designed by Earl Gariando who worked with Kilus Foundation for this Baroque Rockstar collection.
The t'nalak is featured at the Weaves of the Philippines here at Manila FAME. This setting was styled and curated by Heima just for the event.
Paper Pots crafted from organic paper designed by Rachelle Dagñalan for MASAECO
Fashion at Anne Marie Saguil's booth here at Manila Wear. Bags and minaudières made out of t'nalak and apparel with hand-embroidered details.
Tension bench of Industria designed by Jude Tiotuico
Lighting designed by Gabby Lichauco for South Sea Veneer at the Decorate scenography
Carissa Cruz-Evangelista's Matahari collection featured at Manila Wear.
Bags from Aranaz. These one's are crafted from t'nalak and enbroidered with rafia. Check it out at Manila Wear here at Manila FAME
An elaborate neck piece by Joel Escober
The Mardi Gras-inspired Celebrate Scenography styled and curated by Kath Mitra.
Heima's Shapes of Escape collection at the Decorate scenography
A weaver demonstrates the age-old craft form of abel weaving live at the Weaves of the Philippines
The Inspire scenography featuring products from the OTOP Marketplace
A crowd gathers to watch the mat weavers work at their craft at Manila FAME's Weaves of the Philippines.
The OTOP Marketplace is buzzing
Forged seagulls floor lamps designed by Leeroy New for Industria Home.
Abel weaving and tapestries at the Weaves of the Philippines special intallation. Curated by Bungalow 300, home decor and accents give vibrancy to the setting with the abel fabric utilized in various forms.
The Celebrate scenography at Manila FAME, styled and curated by Mansy Abesamis.
A piece by Martha Rodriguez, one of our Red Box fashion designers. A favorite of her's, Martha features yakan fabric in this minaudière and across her collection featured at 59th Manila FAME
T'nalak weaving happening live at the Weaves of the Philippines setting at Manila FAME
As Philippines is now becoming the hottest (not only with its tropical weather) in Asia - our country is so HOT with lots of our talented and skilled artists throughout the whole region. This summer Manila FAME, a bi-annual design and lifestyle event showcases Filipino designs with unique aesthetics and great taste in art. From interiors designs, home accessories, furniture and fashion accessories - Manila FAME is the best in Asia.
Visit www.manilafame.com for more information. If you miss their recent event, don't worry! They still have another show on October 16 to 19, 2014.