KULTURA launches MAGARA for the benefit of Crafts for a Cause foundations

Kultura launches MAGARA, a premium artisanal shop-in-shop at its SM Makati boutique today, September 9, 2015. 

MAGARA highlights luxe fashion like exquisitely 
Handwoven piña tops by Crafts for a Cause's Rurungan sa Tubod Foundation; hand-knotted necklaces with baroque pearls and other indigenous materials from Joyce Orena's Transformer collection

new statement jewelry with semi-precious stones from Tim Tam Ong

and elegant shell clutches and minaudieres from Cebu.

It carries beautiful accents for the home: 
curtain tassels 
Black coral and ostrich egg base candleholder
White ostrich egg and sea urchin base candleholder  
and lamps made with indigenous materials like shell, mother of pearl, and ostrich eggs. 

Home accessories have a local touch in premium handmade abel iloko by Balay ni Atong 

and shell and decorative boxes from Eve Pek. 

The launch is a fund raising event for the benefit of Kultura's Crafts for a Cause member foundations. This special fund raiser highlights uniquely Filipino pieces from: 
Antique Atelier by Adante Leyesa
 Amina Aranaz

Carissa Cruz – Evangelista
Emi Jorge
Eric Paras
Jun Delingon
Joyce Oreña
Malou Romero
Natalya Lagdameo
Silnag x Enida Danao
Techie Hagedorn
Tony Gonzales
Rain by Tim Tam Ong 
Tina Lirag

All proceeds from the designer pieces will go to the foundations as well as a portion of Kultura's entire day's sales.
Crafts for a Cause is Kultura's advocacy program that has opened up opportunities to sustain and expand livelihood programs, resulting in increased productivity and income. Each group works with the urban poor and marginalized sectors from as far north as the Cordilleras to as far south as Basilan, with funds going into livelihood programs, education and community development. 
MAGARA is located inside Kultura at the 2nd level of SM Makati. 

Other Kultura stores are located at SM Aura Premier, SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia, SM Lanang Premier, and SM City Cebu.

Also visit its website at www.kulturafilipino.com

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  1. Such beautiful creations and elegant jewelries! So true to it's nane- Magara!

  2. lots of pieces, so simple and looks so ordinary, others may even capture your attention, but lo and behold, the price? !!!


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