It's not just travel that's making a comeback this 2022 as various art fairs and artisan bazaars have already announced their return with face-to-face events. ArteFino, which is "a movement that celebrates Filipino creativity and craftsmanship," is also back with a five-week fair from August 26 to September 26 at the Power Plant Mall in Makati City.
ArteFino, which first had its live event on Filipino artistry and craftmanship in 2017, focuses on funding local artists through the bazaar. We’ve worked with many emerging brands and designers, all of whom have grown with us. We’ve followed their journeys and evolved with them," shared organizers Cedie Vargas in a statement. For this year's edition, more than 150 brands are showcasing their products in five weeks. Their categories span from fashion to accessories, fine jewelry, home, children's wear, and even food.
If you're looking to spend some cash (or swipe your credit card), here's a sneak peek of the Filipino brands taking center stage at ArteFino 2022:
Read the original article by Crista I. De La Cruz here: https://www.spot.ph/arts-culture/the-latest-arts-culture/90013/artefino-festival-runs-for-five-weeks-at-power-plant-mall-a833-20220801?ref=home_feed_1