Moms and Dads

Last Call for Moms to Check Out ArteFino 2022!

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Don’t miss out on the last week of the ArteFino Festival happening from September 22 to 28, 2022 at the Power Plant Mall.

ArteFino has always been every mom’s go-to when it comes to finding local, well-curated items. Throughout its five-week run at the Power Plant Mall, ArteFino showcased a new set of brands featuring different designers every week. This 2022 proved to be even bigger and more exciting because ArteFino had over 150 vendors filling the festival ground!

Moms and dads always had a reason to return each week. However, this final week showcases ArteFino’s most-loved originals. Cedie Vagas and Marimel Francisco fondly reminisce, “Since we launched in 2017, ArteFino has taken on a life of its own.”

Local designers at ArteFino 2022

Throughout the years, ArteFino has launched countless local labels and designers. “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.”

Most of the pioneer vendors of ArteFino have grown leaps and bounds. They’ve evolved into household names patronized by the country’s well-heeled moms. For the final week of the festival, the very same labels and designers will serve up new collections made especially for the ArteFino 2022 Festival. Their signature pieces once again fill the fairgrounds, but for Week 5, the pioneers serve up fresh, new iterations of distinctly Filipino craftsmanship and sustainable design.

Some of these designers include Rhett Eala, Zarah Juan, The Olive Tree, Goodluck Humans, and Joanique.

Head on over to Power Plant Mall this September 22 to 28

Moms, what are you waiting for? Time to head to Power Plant Mall for the final week of the ArteFino Festival! For more information, you can visit their website or follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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