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A country club atmosphere, Style Origin at alabang town center

() - May 27, 2012 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - There’s a place where preppy comes to migrate. Alabang Town Center is the place called home, where residents of nearby villages come in flip-flops and madras shorts, tennis shoes and cotton minis, polo shirts and espadrilles.

Known for its laid-back atmosphere, as seen in its modern Mediterranean architecture, al fresco setting and lush landscape, it’s where family and friends come to meet on a regular basis. Garbed in relaxed and casual classics, they come to mingle in the mall’s open-air Corte de las Palmas or walk around and have coffee or sip a custom-order Jamba Juice.

Also known for its mix of local and international brands, Alabang Town Center now boasts a new wing featuring retail concepts like Khiel’s, Sebago, Ripcurl, Complex, Penguin, Bauhaus, Columbia, Yosi Samra, Geleia, Aldo, La Senza and Rabeanco. With an extended streetscape, the mall has a new mall façade with a lifestyle strip that features a cluster of buildings and a gallery of restaurants, including PF Chang’s, Krispy Kreme, Jamba Juice, Johnny Rockets, Barcino, Shabuway, Xoi Kitchen, Abe, and Chili’s.

With its welcoming vibe and laid-back atmosphere, the mood is always cool and casual. Whether shopping or just hanging out, Alabang Town Center is like a second home.

Ladies who lunch: De La Salle Zobel moms Elaine Andaya, Vanj Endaya and Ana Bee Ching at Cibo, Alabang Town Center

ALABANG TOWN CENTER DE LA SALLE ZOBEL ELAINE ANDAYA JAMBA JUICE JOHNNY ROCKETS KRISPY KREME LA SENZA AND RABEANCO VANJ ENDAYA AND ANA BEE CHING XOI KITCHEN YOSI SAMRA
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