38th Likhang Kamay Exhibit at Glorietta

Makati City government through its Museum and Cultural Affairs Office ( MCAO ) opens today , the 38th Makati Likhang Kamay Exhibit and Sale that will run until Decmeber 4, 2016 from 11:00am to 12 midnight at the Glorietta 3 Activity Center .

Makati Mayor Abby Binay

Makati Mayor Abby Binay said the 38th Likhang Kamay Exhibit -Sale aims to highlight and put on sale various arts and crafts made by artisans and craftmen from different parts of the country . It is also being held to help Filipinos market their world -class products and services .

CM Bamboo Craft Center -Sr. Mary Lynn G. Alfeche , CM and Sr. Rya Jenelle Bueno , CM

CM Bamboo Craft Center specializes on bamboo craft is a socio-economic project committed to the integral development of its workers and the poor.

nativity scene made from bamboo

Among popular decor includes tabernacle, bamboo lampshade, candle holder, crucifix, desk stand, nativity scenes and frames

Address :2 Jereos St, Lopez Jaena Norte, La Paz, Iloilo City, 5000 Iloilo
Cellphone : 09499627174
Showroom Address: 154 Kaliraya Street , Barangay Tatalon , Quezon City , Metro Manila.
Telephone 02-740-8655
Yssa’s Crafts specializes on wall decors , wind chimes and bottles . Their products are bought by some well-known individuals, restaurants, hotels and exported in some countries.
Yssa’s Crafts

” Through Likhang Kamay Exhibit- Sale , we will be able to help our small and medium scale entrepreneurs promote their products . We invite everyone to come to the exhibit and support our local entrepreneurs , ” Binay said.

Chievs Stones and Crystal

Chievs Stones and Crystal specializes on fashion accessories and jewelries sets. Some of the jewelry sets are handmade one of the kind items.

Vallehermoso Helping Hands Foundation

Main Office : V. Lopez Jr. Drive , Baragay Bagawines , Vallehermoso , Negros Oriental 

Manila Office : 455 P. Guevarra Avenue , San Juan City 1500 

Contact : (632) 7261297

Villar Sipag Foundation

Villar Sipag Foundation gave away some organic compost to the visitors of the trade fair.

Likhang Kamay , a project of MCAO since 1978 , is being presented in cooperation with Ayala Center, Ayala Malls and Glorietta.

Kasuotang Pilipino Fashion Show

The city government of Makati through its Museum and Cultural Affairs Office (MCAO) will be staging this year’s Kasuotang Pilipino fashion show on September 23 at 6:00pm at the Glorietta 2 Activity Center.
Mayor Abby Binay expressed full support for the said event, which has become an annual event showcasing the creations of local designers to promote Filipino fashion representing the islands of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. “We fully support the event as it offers an opportunity for the people, especially the youth, to have a better appreciation of Filipino fashion that denotes our rich cultural heritage.
At the same time, it serves as a venue for Makati-based fashion designers to share their ingenuity and distinctive style and receive the recognition they deserve,” Binay said. Meanwhile, MCAO head May Santillana in a statement said that it has become a tradition in the city to stage the event in line with the nationwide celebration of “Linggo ng Kasuotang Pilipino”. “The staging of Kasuotang Pilipino has become a much-anticipated event in Makati every September.
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The fashion show will  features the beautiful creations of talented Makati-based designers worn and modeled by city officials, senior citizens, and friends from the international community and the private sector,” Santillana said. Kasuotang Pilipino 2016 will showcase the creations of 14 designers, all Makati-based. They are Therese Andaya, Albert Andrada, Niño Angeles, Ronaldo Arnaldo, Joel Bautista, Janet Castro, Noel Crisostomo, Frankie de Leon, Luis delos Santos, Albert Figueras, Jinggo Inoncillo, Kaye Morales, Raymund Saul, and Val Taguba.
For Luzon, the creations will be modelled by wives of diplomats, namely, Eloisa Klecheski, wife of the deputy chief of mission, United States Embassy; Anjana Hasper, wife of the charge d’affaires, German Embassy; Souddavone Khaykhampithoune, wife of the ambassador, Embassy of Laos; Monthip Upatising, wife of the ambassador, Royal Thai Embassy, Sylvia Tay-Van Remoortele, wife of the ambassador, Royal Belgian Embassy; Dr. Kieu Phung, wife of the ambassador, Royal Danish Embassy; and Wang Qi Jessen, wife of the ambassador, European Union Embassy.
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