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Press: 2019 ArteFino Festival

Artisan chic continues reign in 2019

By Cheche V. Moral, Lifestyle.inq

"The popularity of the ArteFino fair has given rise to homegrown brands and designers who have made it their advocacy to highlight and uplift the heritage crafts and skills of indigenous peoples."

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It’s a new local generation for ArteFino 2019

By Sofia Santelices, Preen.ph

"Founded in 2017 by Cedie Vargas, Marimel Francisco, Maritess Pineda, Mita Rufino, and Susie Quiros – ArteFino has evolved from its roots as an artisan fair into a movement which seeks to uplift our cultural heritage and put Filipino style on the map. "

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11 Brands You Can't Miss At Artefino 2019

By Tatler

"Now on its third year, the ArteFino craft fair features the theme 'Pamana' or heritage. Showcasing world-class locally-made products from around the Philippines, the fair continues to support social entrepreneurship while supporting homegrown artisanal art."

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7 Local Brands to Expect at the Artefino Fair 2019

By Primer

"Some of the brands that embody the Pamana movement and are present at this year’s ArteFino Fair include Adornata, Lara Samar PH, Casa San Pablo, C&C, Great Women, Herman & Co., Holicow x Hacienda Crafts, Anthill Fabric Gallery, Mich Dulce, Sustainably Made by Marsse, Ines Moda Infantil, and Creative Definitions."

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It was a huge handbag craze at Artefino 2019

By Sofia Santelices, Preen.ph

"Woven, handmade, stitched, and even beaded, handbags took over Artefino this year, as different brands showcased various types and creative designs."

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Artisan chic continues reign in 2019

By Patricia Baes, Spot.ph

"We’ve featured some of the greatest ensaymada in city, but one of the best versions in the Philippines isn’t available in Manila—at least not all year round. For a limited time, however, Felicia’s Pastry Shop of Bacolod will be selling their highly coveted giant ensaymada (P150/pc) at the Artefino fair in Power Plant—so you can stock up or share it with your family and friends this holiday season."

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