Style (06/14/21) – BusinessWorld

Tesoros Independence Day Sale ends June 15

DISCOUNTS of up to 40% on selected items are offered in the Tesoros Independence Day Sale which runs until June 15th. Hats, mugs, key chains, pins and t-shirts are among the items included in the sale. Buy online. Meanwhile, Tesoros also opened its new store in Plaza San Luis in Intramuros, Manila. Shop for authentic Filipino items and enjoy snacks while admiring the recreated view of the 19e-century Filipino houses in the Plaza. Open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Craft market in Eton Centris

PUESTO Manila and Eton Centris present “We Art Centris”, a pocket-sized arts and crafts market arrives in Quezon City. There will be artwork, stickers, keepsakes, handmade jewelry, newspapers, shirts, bags and other crafts for sale June 18-20 at the Centris Walk, Eton Centris. The arts and crafts stalls will be separated from each other. Face masks and face shields must be worn at all times. For more information visit

Habi Kalayaan online salon

FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY, the Textile Council presents the Habi Kalayaan online fair, which runs until June 20. Habi Virtual Mall offers a selection of hand-woven and handcrafted products by over 30 merchants representing various local weaving communities in the Philippines. These sustainable and ethical fashion and lifestyle items are carefully selected with the intention of giving new life to her spaces and fitting perfectly into her new normal routines. As part of the show, several conferences have been scheduled. Upcoming: cultural historian D. Fernando Butch Zialcita who will give a talk “The advent of national costumes in the Philippines and Mexico via the galleons” on June 14 at 2:00 pm; reporter Howie Severino “On Filipino Creativity Atin To!” Baybayin Then and Now ”on June 16, 7 pm; and, cartoonist Mannix Abrera on “Bulwagan ng Misteryo! Mga Kwentong Komix Nayon New Normal ”on June 18th at 3pm. The discussions will be broadcast live on facebook / HABIPhilippineTextileCouncil. The sale is underway on

BOSS celebrates Pride month with capsule collection

THIS Pride Month, BOSS is celebrating the LGBTQIA + community with a capsule collection, created to support ILGA World, a global federation of over 1,700 organizations from over 160 countries and territories campaigning for equal rights for people LGBTQIA +. The new capsule features Pride Flag colors and slogans, such as “Love for all” on unisex style essentials, from classic t-shirts to hoodies and undershirts. In the Philippines, BOSS is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc. and is located at Greenbelt 5, Shangri-La East Wing, Rustan’s Shangri-La, Rustan’s Makati, City of Dreams, 158 Designer’s Blvd. Newport Mall and Rustan Cebu. Visit,, and or follow @ssilifeph and @ on Instagram for more information.

Rimowa launches range of personal cases in new colors

RIMOWA presents a brand new collection of personal cases made in the latest colors of the Essential collection in polycarbonate. The product launch marks the 21st anniversary of Rimowa’s pioneering launch of the very first polycarbonate suitcase in 2000, an innovation that reverberates throughout the industry to this day. The Rimowa Personal was first unveiled on the catwalk for Dior’s 2020 summer collection as part of a limited-edition capsule collection collaboration with Kim Jones. Made in Germany and made for the first time from ultra-light, impact-resistant grooved polycarbonate, the Rimowa Personal is a unisex hard shoulder bag for storing and carrying everyday personal items. It can be worn with the removable and adjustable leather shoulder strap or as a clutch. Inside, the interior features two open compartments, a zip pocket and three card slots. The new collection is available in four glossy polycarbonate colors; two permanent shades (black and white) and two seasonal shades (desert rose and cactus) which correspond to the latest Rimowa Essential collections inspired by the Mojave desert. The Rimowa Personal collection is now available in RIMOWA stores around the world.

Lacoste unveils its first sustainable development report

LACOSTE has published its first sustainable development report which details another way of thinking about the textile industry. Aware of the impact of the fashion industry, Lacoste has set itself two distinct roadmaps: on the one hand, making equal opportunities a reality, and on the other hand, bringing the principles of the circular economy in the fashion sector. the Lacoste Sustainable Development Report highlights the company’s progress on these issues and sets out its ambitions for 2025. Lacoste has set itself three objectives by 2025 to ensure, at its scale, to fight against inequalities: involve 1,000 employees Lacoste in the Elevating Journey program which revolves around three axes: strengthening self-confidence, developing professional qualifications and helping people to set up their business; support 10,000 young people in their social and professional development; and, co-finance 50 projects improving the local living conditions of the populations involved in the Lacoste sector. At the end of 2020, Lacoste joined the “Make Fashion Circular” initiative of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. Lacoste has set itself four objectives by 2025: achieve the Lacoste standard of social and environmental excellence for 100% of cotton producers and industrial suppliers; reduce the environmental impact of each item of clothing sold by 15%, optimizing the use of natural resources and reducing pollution throughout the production chain; to double the lifespan of its entire range of polo shirts; and, offer a second life to 100% of textile waste and unsold goods. These ambitions were made possible by the traceability policy implemented by the company. Lacoste is among the first companies in the sector to have communicated in full transparency the complete list of its industrial partners, from its clothing workshops to spinning mills. Learn more about Durable Elegance by Lacoste and read the full story Lacoste Sustainable Development Report at www.

Personal Collection is the pioneer in the use of biodegradable packaging in PHL

THE PHILIPPINES are currently the third largest plastic polluter in the world, generating 2.7 tonnes of plastic dumped into the ocean. If this trend continues, there will be more plastic than fish in Philippine waters by 2050. This information prompted Personal Collection Direct Selling, Inc. (PCDSI) to launch its A Green Life is A Great Life movement. To do this, the company is pioneering the use of 100% biodegradable containers, using materials that are expected to decompose in landfills within around five to ten years. This is 100 times faster than the standard plastic bottle which could take up to 1,000 years to disintegrate. The new packaging will also help create biogas, a potential source of sustainable energy. By doing this, Personal Collection believes it can help save the oceans, one biodegradable bottle at a time. Further initiatives will be launched in the coming months as Personal Collection explores the use of organic and all-natural ingredients in its product lines. Beware of Personal Collection’s new biodegradable packaging design this month. Environmental awareness campaigns, online and offline, are expected in the coming months.

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