10 Things We Can't Wait to Shop at Pursuit Fair Vol. 3 This Weekend

Discover your new favorite local brands at this homegrown bazaar.

(SPOT.ph) It's been two years since the first Pursuit Fair took place. Since then, it has grown into a bi-annual event with an ever-growing roster of participating brands. Its fourth installment, Pursuit Fair Vol. 3 (the count started at Vol. 0), will be held on Saturday, June 16, 1 p.m. to 10 p.m., at Century City Mall, Makati City. 

 

 

With its aim to cultivate thoughtful brands and to foster creative communities, this fair is the perfect place to get to know local labels that can be quite tricky to discover online. Among them are OJK, an up-and-coming directional fashion label; Revere, a Davao-based streetwear brand; and Leon Denim, the Philippines's first selvedge denim jeans-maker. The selection also includes crafts labels such as Habil, which is best known for their indoor plants, as well as food and drink—or a brand that does both, like Tetsuo, a Japanese fried chicken joint that grew out of Ateneo and into Esteban Abada all while selling its own wearable merch. Entrance fee is P100.

 

Check out some of the items we cant wait to shop:

 

Control Ringer Tee (P650) from Transit

 

 

Tomorrow Night 2 shirt (P800) from Tomorrow

 

 

Hustle Kahit Hassle patch (P280) from Pundesal

 

 

No School shirt (P700) from KLTRD

 

 

Too Many Smileys tote (P400) from Bastard

 

 

Checkerboard Kimono (P2,800) from Salad Say

 

 

Gough Roll-Top Backpack (P3,250) from Nomadic Tendencies

 

 

Waybill Rip T-shirt (price unavailable) from Proudrace

 

 

Save the Earth hoodie (P2,000) from Support Your Friends

 

 

Hawaiian shirt (P850) from Lawud

 

 

For more information, log on to Pursuit Fair's event page.

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