The Jetsetter 2.0 Mini Collection + Yakan Weaves

“I like my bags to be bold, colourful and conversation-starters. Some of the bag brands that I love have a story behind it and you would know it took them a long time to create it. So I promised myself, Vesti should be worthy of such love and attention. Plus making sure it’s perfect for travelling with accessible pockets and extra detachable crossbody straps. That’s how I created The Jetsetter 2.0 Collection” - Martha Rodriguez

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Vesti Conversations: Filipino Dreamagineer Prim Paypon on local creativity, products and ingenuity

by VESTI

Know more about Prim Paypon - the Filipino Dreamagineer who established The Dream Project PH, The Curious Curator PH and Incubator in AIM. A remarkable young man who started these out of personal curiosity, driven by inspiring stories and definitely making waves in shaping Filipinos in patronising our very own products. Without a doubt, you’ll surely recognize him wearing his favourite local brands from head to toe.

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VESTI Men: The Freedom of Style

by VESTI

VESTI Signature Men Collection celebrates the modern and metropolitan male. For its first-ever men’s collection, VESTI presents the perfect amalgam of old and new, classic and contemporary. This refreshing take on sartorial style is headlined in its Equinox of Freedom theme.

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Azzedine Alaïa: The Couturier | The Design Museum, London

by Martha Rodriguez

Join VESTI founder Martha Rodriguez as she revisits the revered works of one of the greatest modern day couturiers, Azzedine Alaïa in the tribute exhibition by The Design Museum London Azzedine Alaïa: The Couturier. Re-discover Alaïa’s iconic leather garments, proud visions, and respectful dedication to his craft.

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The Light Meant To Be Shared

by Alexandra Estrella

In line for this month’s celebration of Indigenous Peoples, we reached out to one of our favorite communities - mata.com.ph in which they too, have been celebrating the joy of self-discovery, reaching out to the unknown, and coming into the light. We begin by sharing this article from Alexandra Estrella and how we they light up the lives of our bothers and sisters through Project Liwanag.

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