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Weave it to HaloHalo

Francine Gacrama - The Philippine Star
Weave it to HaloHalo
The Basket bag, Palad bucket bag in the new rice weave and the Dalaga bag in sampaguita.

Don’t panic… HaloHalo’s about to drop a collection that’s so easy on the eyes.

It’s no secret that the homegrown label knows a thing or two about putting together functional design and Filipino craftsmanship. From the brand’s signature recycled plastic banig to their best-selling bayongs, comes the Naturalesque collection that explores new colorways, silhouettes and weave patterns.

“I really looked into nature this time around,” explains founder Cara Sumabat-Limjap when asked about the inspiration behind the collection. “These are colors that I always find myself turning to. We wanted to make weaves that felt like the natural weaves we’re all familiar with. We made the basket weave in our plastic texture last longer, and even played with our existing brown shade and pattern, darkening it to give it a new twist.”

See HaloHalo’s offerings and cop the latest from their Naturalesque collection and more which will be available to purchase in Lanai at The Alley, Karrivin Plaza on Feb. 22.



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