Would You Wear Something Filipino-Made Every Day?

Read about Postura Project, an advocacy and movement to wear Filipino-made products every day.
by Roch Vergara   |  Mar 5, 2012
photos courtesy of postura.ph
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The Postura Project aims to be the main portal for local fashion products and a database for locally-inspired looks. Fashionalism advocates Arriane Serafico, Knox Balbastro, Sarah Meier, and David Guison formed a group to put up this website and project to promote local products. The main mission of this project is to encourage Filipinos to wear something local or locally-inspired every day. To kick-start the movement, they challenged themselves to wear something Filipino or locally made for one whole month. They will incorporate local elements and well as local designs in their daily outfits. This is their way to show that they "firmly believe that 'Made in the Philippines' can be young, fun, and fashionable."

Are you ready to take the challenge? Read more about the project and submit your own look on their website.

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