HABI Fair To Showcase The Stunning Craftsmanship of Filipino Weavers

Expect to see the finest in Philippine-made textile products as the annual market fair of HABI, The Philippine Textile Council returns on its 8th year

Dubbed as “Woven Voyages: 8th Likhang Habi Textile Fair 2018”, the three-day event pays tribute to the country’s traditional weavers who hail from communities supported by HABI. Their unique skills in weaving fabrics were given tremendous exposure during the previous fairs and this expertise has since  become a viable source of income for them. The fair will take place at the Activity Area of the Glorietta Mall in Ayala Center, Makati City on October 12 to 14, 2018.

Organised by HABI,The Philippine Textile Council–a nonprofit organization–the fair is designed to showcase the artistry of the country’s indigenous weavers. HABI co-founder Maribel Ongpin revealed that more than 80 exhibitors will take part in the event, making it HABI’s biggest trade fair to date.  And for the first time, the show will include textile exhibitors from the ASEAN region, namely, the weaving communities of Brunei, Indonesia, Myanmar, Malaysia, and Vietnam.

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