My friend Nikki Luna was here earlier and picked ten winners for Belo Essentials Sunexpert. They are:
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“Another canvas bag?” ……….Yes and no. One Language was created by two sisters based in New York City.
Their goal: to create canvas bags that are chic and modern, sophisticated enough to wear as just a great bag.
The sisters, one a Cornell University graduate (the business orient) and the other a Parsons School of Design graduate (the design junkie), have both worked for some of fashion’s biggest names (Hermés, Oscar de la Renta, Lanvin….and that’s just to name a few), and couldn’t understand why most canvas bags were either given out for free or not taken seriously?
And so, with classic / simple designs, they designed a fresh line of canvas bags that combine everyday function with effortless style.
Each One Language bag is made of natural cotton canvas and lined with handwritten inspirational quotes that come straight from the designers’ sketchbooks.
One Language is a personal and a direct reflection of the girls’ carefree attitude and modern spirit, mixed with serious style.
Now available through Bagahollic.com on Facebook.
Made of 100% natural double-weight cotton canvas and lined with the signature handwritten inspirational quotes.
Dimensions: 15″ (L) x 10″ (W) x 11″ (H) with a 6″ handle drop.
It has a covered flap opening that zips to protect interior/belongings and it comes with a separate padded laptop sleeve, fitting up to a 15″ laptop.
Made in India, the bags are printed locally in Brooklyn, NY.
Price is Php 4,500 (includes free shipping within the Philippines).
I’ve checked it out and it’s cheaper than the US$110 price online + shipping!
To inquire or to order, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Awww! I missed it as I was in Hong Kong for work.
See how Swatch Zebra Day was celebrated in Covent Garden
In the Philippines, the event was held at the Power Plant Mall and I heard, a huge success.
To think this was all planned rush-rush by Tita Virgie Ramos with a huge assist from Rowell Santiago and of course, Chel Peña.
Hats off to you!
(Heard some smaller kids were scared of the human zebras and had to hide inside the shops, but judging from this video, it looked like a lot of fun.)
Congrats Tita Virgie!
Jujiin!! You video’d me!!
Buti na lang walang voice, otherwise, grossé!!!
Footage was taken at Rajo Laurel’s launch for Plains & Prints last month.
I am privy to how much sales were made on that night alone, and the amount is jaw-dropping indeed. Well done, Rajo!
The Stellar top was one of the best-selling pieces in the collection.
It comes in various colors and can be worn many ways. Tina Tagle shows us how.