In photos: what to expect from the Katutubo Trunk Show this May 3-5

In photos: what to expect from the Katutubo Trunk Show this May 3-5

You know what they say… you are what you wear. And what better way to show our Filipino pride than by wearing proudly Philippine-made fashion.

This weekend brings the best of the best, featuring designers such as Patis Tesoro, Lulu Tan-Gan, Len Cabili of Filip+Inna, Ken Samudio of Matthew & Melka, Paloma Zobel of Piopio, Zarah Juan, to name a few. The highlight of this pop up is the use of the fabric “ramit” that is weaved by the Mangyans, and these local artists have incorporated it into their designs.

Here are some photos to give you an idea of what to expect:

Inabel tops by Wenya

Bags and shoes by Zarah Juan

Intricate bags by MCV Designs

Shoes by Abelilio

The cutest toys for your little ones

Genuine leather, with local rattan designs, by Inné

Coco & Tres offers bags and straps

Love the details from Tilia

Bags and clothes by Adante Leyesa

Jor-El Espina makes modern Barongs and more!

These P’Nay cover-ups stand out

Accessorize with Makitalo

Amarie is always a fave

So many pieces to choose from Tim Tam Ong

Mandy Dela Rama goes for modern classic

Ken Samudio uses ramit fabric for his accessories

Herman & Co. coordindates are very on trend.

Get your Tan Gan pieces here

Have fun with Piopio pieces

Bring home ready-made food for the family

Filip+Inna continues to make a global mark

Anthill Fabric is the official textile fabric.

Katutubo is in collaboration with bench and is located at the basement of the Bench Tower in Bonifacio Global city this May 3-5. Admission is free and opens from 11AM – 8PM. For more details, follow Katutubo on Instagram.