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Interactive bazaar for meaningful Christmas splurges

Designers Holiday Bazaar set up in al fresco fashion walk at Greenbelt 5.

Given the challenging circumstances of today, any kind of purchase this holiday season should be rooted from impactful causes.

Upholding this thought, Designer’s Holiday Bazaar (DHB) conducts contactless shopping experience until 24 December where 20 percent of sales will proceed to Steps Scholarship Foundation and Ayala Foundation for APEC Scholarships.

Rurungan Princesa Shawl in Ylang-Ylang.

30 local designs from apparel to other artisanal goods will be lined up at the al fresco Fashion Walk of Greenbelt 5.

The museum-like showroom will exhibit the items with QR codes which shoppers can scan for more information.

This innovative shopping experience was made in partnership with Moss Studio and Pino Studios.

photographs courtesy of DHB2020

El Chupapi Sampler Pack.

“When you support Designers’ Holiday Bazaar, you help students get free schooling and you also help them fulfill their dreams in the arts,” Steps Founder Sofia Zobel-Elizalde shared.

She added that the bazaar pivoting into a high-tech spectrum was a brainchild of collaboration of her designer friends who were about to do the same in Lio, Palawan.

Through DHB, you’re supporting local, you’re supporting these brands and designers, and again you’re giving these kids an excellent future.

AC+632 by Firma Ram Chair.

This year’s participating designers include AC+632, Alegre By Techie Hagedorn, Amarie, Bum Bums, Beavaldes, Chocoloco, Chrysara Nest, El Chupapi Rolled Munchies, Feanne, Gifts and Graces Fair Trade Foundation, Gustoko By Paula Figueras, Iraya Mangyan Art, J Makitalo, Jewelmer, Kanya, Kassa, Mabolo, Maison Lourdes, Majordomo Gourmet Food, Manggad, Matthew and Melka, Omo Furniture, Piopio, Riqueza Jewellery, Rurungan Collective, Soumak, T’nalak Home, Tan-Gan X Ha.

Mu, Tanglaw Collection, The Bahay Kubo Workshop, What’s Up, Brew?, Yvette’s Collection and One Of T.

With high hopes that the inaugural bazaar would generate sufficient amounts for its beneficiaries, PIOPIO Founder Paloma Urquijo-Zobel noted, “Through DHB, you’re supporting local, you’re supporting these brands and designers and again you’re giving these kids an excellent future.”

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