Now on its 10th year, MaArte, one of the biggest fundraisers organized by the Museum Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. (MFPI) makes a comeback at the Peninsula Manila – with an added twist.
Apart from familiar names in the fashion, accessories, bags, jewelry, scents, and home design industries like TDLG, Tim Tam Ong, Stockton Row, Aranáz, Good Luck, Humans, Oliver and Maude, and Oscar Mejia, MaArte introduces new brands to watch out for, specifically for the Pinoy Man Cave.
Aranaz wows with new colorful designs that are one-of-a-kind.
Stockton Row doesn’t disappoint with new pieces that remain true to the brand’s simplicity and elegance.
Bolder designs are in store for Good Luck, Humans fans.
Ethereal stones meet vintage charm in Tim Tam Ong‘s collection.
Oscar Mejia with new scents.
All Gifts and Graces products are “Made by hand and made with heart” by Filipino artisans.
Oliver and Maude perfectly captures the meaning of “fine dining”.
Tweetie De Leon-Gonzalez makes a comeback with new pieces to match the flair of a Filipina.
To make the anticipated art fair more inclusive, MaArte welcomes first-time exhibitors Randy Ortiz, Siklo, Cosimo, and Ramei Luis, and an added male collection by Creative Definitions, which MFPI Pres. Albert Avellana claims “will make accompanying husbands’ and boyfriends’ time worthwhile”.
Siklo adds that extra masculine touch with their bags made from upcycled tires.
Creative Definitions gives us a sneak peak of their male collection for this year’s Pinoy Man Cave.
Ramir products are made of high quality leather.
Ramir products also claim to be gender neutral!
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