Meet 5 Entrepreneurs Who Are Shaping The Local Streetwear Scene
Meet 5 Entrepreneurs Who Are Shaping The Local Streetwear Scene
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Meet 5 Entrepreneurs Who Are Shaping The Local Streetwear Scene

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The future of streetwear has never been brighter. Meet 5 entrepreneurs who are spear heading the change by elevating each collection.

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We might not be out on the streets due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean streetwear is going anywhere. More and more desk dwellers are turning to streetwear for their daily threads. A graphic shirt on Mondays, a hoodie on Fridays, and your favorite sweats all day, everyday. Aside from this, there’s a huge streetwear trend going on in the world of Tiktok. Online personalities are promoting and wearing streetwear for their content because of their level of comfort. Now more than ever is the time for the fashion community to innovate their pieces by adjusting them to the current work from home situation. Brands like Haute Stuff Original, TriART, Proudrace, Skoop, and Strong Village have successfully done this throughout the pandemic. This is because of the guidance by 5 entrepreneurs who never quit hustling for the greater good of fashion.

entrepreneur, co-founder

Loweans Sarian
Brand: Haute Stuff Original

Co-founder and designer of Haute Stuff Original, Loweans Sarian, is able to bring his own personal twist to utilitarianism. He knows how to make and sell pieces that are functional yet stylish.

entrepreneur, co-founder

Paulo Jordan
Brand: TriART PH

Co-founder and Chief Vision Officer of TriART, Paulo Jordan, is great at finding the happy medium between profitability, sustainability, and style. He has not only helped TriART, but also the artists they carry on their roster of collaborations.

entrepreneur, co-founder

Mic Vi Yu
Brand: Skoop

Co-founder of Skoop, Mic Vi Yu, brings Japanese modernism to the Philippine market. With the help of his team, they are able to create unique and memorable pieces for Skoop’s growing number of products.

Patrick Bondoc
Brand: Proudrace

Co-founder and Industrial Designer of Proudrace, Patrick Bondoc, has brought Filipino streetwear to international levels. Under the leadership of Patrick and his co-founder Rik Rasos, they were able to create a unique DNA for their pieces.

Russell Villafuerte
Brand: STRONGVILLAGE

Founder and designer of STRONGVILLAGE, Russell Villafuerte, uses his knowledge on garmentry and dressmaking to create sustainable pieces for his brand. STRONGVILLAGE is known for their eclectic array of garments that could elevate any ensemble.

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