LOOK: This Brand Uses Philippine Weaves For Stylish Pieces

The Philippine culture is rich with amazing art and one of them is the different weaves.

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Bagoyan, a proudly Filipino brand is making waves in the fashion scene as they use Kalinga weaves for their products. Bagoyan founder Jasmine Baac is making sure that her Kalinga heritage remains alive by creating pieces that people will surely love.

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Born in Baguio and raised in Kalinga Province, Jasmine is a member of the Tobog tribe. She shares that her brand’s name “Bagoyan” is from her tribe name. It means beautiful and woman of strength, virtue, and power.

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What we loved about Bagoyan is how they took traditional weaves into new designs and cater to a new market. During the pandemic, Bagoyan made face masks and ear savers- a way to make sure that you can still stand out while keeping safe.

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The masks are wonderfully made of quality weaves and with filter pockets. They also come with a matching ear saver!

Each piece is made by the Mabilong Tribe of Kalinga to create beautiful pieces and to give livelihood.

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Aside from the masks, Bagoyan has kimonos, tops, headbands and many other pieces that will surely stand out during your next holiday celebration.

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