Divine Lee, Sarah Meier-Albano, Rovilson Fernandez + more at the Native Color Carnival
Bonifacio High Street was filled with color and merriment for the Philippine launch of Native shoes.
Who else joined the Native Color Carnival? Click for more.
(SPOT.ph) Bonifacio High Street Central was recently transformed into one big carnival for the Philippine launch of Canadian footwear brand, Native. The event was spearheaded by Native Marketing Representative Jason Bothe and international DJ, snowboarder, and Native Brand Ambassador Trevor Andrew (also known as Trouble Andrew).
The Native Color Carnival showed the fun-loving and free-spirited nature of the brand. The event featured street performers, games like balloon dart and ring toss, snow cone stands, and cotton candy booths, to name a few. "There's a Native for everyone and every kind of person; young, old, men, women or children can all enjoy Native just like how there's an attraction for everyone at the carnival. That's where the concept came from," said Philippine Brand Manager for Native Miguel Cervero.
Carnival-goers were also treated to a fashion show featuring Native’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection and Philippine brand ambassadors like Taekwondo champion Karl Delos Santos, Ateneo Blue Eagles Men’s Basketball Team captain Kirk Long, professional model Terrance Lloyd, and Philippine National Team swimmer Roxy Kee, to name a few.
Among those who joined the fun were Divine Lee with boyfriend Victor Basa, Sarah Meier-Albano with husband Banjo and daughter Kaya, Rovilson Fernandez, Tim Yap, event hosts Tracy Abad and Vince Golangco, Marvin Keifer, Paolo Paraiso, Dino Imperial, Brent Javier with girlfriend Karen Pamintuan, JR Isaac, Vince and Patricia Hizon with kids, and more. The night ended with DJ Trouble Andrew spinning his signature beats.
See the Native Spring/Summer 2012 collection. Click for more.
Native shoes offer functional, hassle-free, and youthful designs that are fit for any kind of summer adventure. The line’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection includes styles like Paolo (P1,590), an ultra-comfortable sandal; Blanca (P1,790), t-front sandals perfect for the beach; Hugo (P2,790), slip-on sneakers with a twist; Verona (P2,790), a Latin-inspired Espadrille-like slip-on; and the Men’s Jericho (P2,490), derived from the brand’s bestselling style.
Native’s core styles like Jefferson (P2,490), Jericho (P2,490), Miller (P2,490), Fitzsimmons (P3,990), and Howard (P2,790) are also good picks for those who want more classic silhouttes. The Jimmy Boot (P4,490), on the other hand, suits adventure-seeking folks.
Native shoes are made from foam-injection molded-EVA, a lightweight, durable, and comfortable material. Native shoes are also animal bi-product free, waterproof, and odor-resistant.
Visit the Native kiosks in Trinoma, R.O.X. Bonifacio High Street, Rustans Alabang Town Center and Makati, Duty Free Philippines Sport Mart, and selected Shoe Salon, Res|Toe|Run, and BratPack stores.