Crystal Seas shares Mindanao’s fine handloom weaving and beadwork. Traditional expertise is integrated with contemporary design to create each meticulously handcrafted piece.
INNÉ Studios keeps age-old traditions relevant, recreating them into modern-day essentials. They provide livelihood opportunities by partnering with small families and communities in the Philippines.
Ken Samudio explores the organic forms found in nature using sustainable, indigenous and recycled materials. Ken Samudio primarily employs and trains disadvantaged women in their small production house.
Mele & Marie creates meaningful jewelry and bags for the empowered woman. Each bag and piece of jewelry is a tool for self-expression, living with purpose and styling yourself with substance.
Merriam Batara creates inspired works of art handcrafted by artisans from the Philippines. Each piece supports slow craftsmanship and reflects the forms of nature.
Natalya Lagdameo jewelry reflects the designer’s passion for antiques, Filipino tribal traditions, and elements of good design. Her pieces are either vintage-inspired or have a rough, earthy quality.
Tinabuan Arts and Crafts was created to revive the abaca industry and provide meaningful employment in Lagonglong. Materials are locally sourced, renewable and biodegradable.
The Tagolwanen Weavers are a group of women from the Tagolwanen tribe who hand weave precious accessories with creativity and history. Each piece creates economic empowerment for the weavers.