Dune London Launch at Greenbelt 5

 When in Manila and you wanted to try out something new when it comes to shoes and  accessories, head off at Greenbelt 5 and check out Dune London.

 

Dune London, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in late 2012 is thrilled to announce its first venture into the Filipino market from Autumn Winter 2013. 

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The British leader in affordable luxury footwear and accessories is opening fourstand alone stores and one concession in Manila in partnership with the leading specialty store retailer in the Philippines, Stores Specialists, Inc. Renowned shopping destinations –Greenbelt 5, Shangri-La Plaza, Rustan’s Makati, Bonifacio High Street and Robinson’s Magnolia are the chosen locations for Dune London’s introduction into the market.

 

During the event, I roamed around and checked out their displays of shoes and bags which carries unisex items. Featured are their Autumn Winter Collection  from pointed flats, tri-tone brogues and kitten heels which brings that girlish vibe. Shoes for men includes classic styles with thickset soles give a laid-back look. 

 

Velvet, suede and high-shine leather are the predominant fabrics for uppers, while monk straps and lace-ups are the key styles of the season.

 

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bags and shoes

 

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I particularly like this one 

 

 

The creation of a more unisex environment to reflect the success of the Dune London men’s range, which now accounts for 25% of the business in the UK and 15% globally; and providing a designated area for accessories such as day bags which have seen sales growth of over 300% in the last year, truly make this a unique and distinctive destination footwear and accessories for both men and women.

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brogues for men

 

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perfect for cocktail dinners

 

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bloggers and media

  

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 DJ Samir

 

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The host

 

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the fashion show

 

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 Check out other pieces for their Autumn Winter Collection and hit the next page.


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