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I rarely get invited to fashion events. Maybe because brands know that I usually buy from UKAY UKAY and Divisoria? HAHAHAHA but kidding asside, I do shop on stores sometimes but I’m quite choosy. In the era of fast fashion, most brands neglect quality. For a stylish clothing store, H&M has a lot of stylish clothing that actually lasts.
“What the heck am I doing here? Am I too old for this?”
“Age is just a number. Kaya aura na lang muna”
I was with my sister Kaela, she thought this DJ was cute. She’s my photographer by the way
“Look at all these lingerie”
“I’m just pretending to be drunk”
I’m actually browsing clothes here. I’m into monochrome and basic colors since I want timeless clothing pieces vs. trendy
Do I look cute in a hat? HAHAHAHA
Store tour! Here’s their latest collection for Summer 2016
Comfortable = Cool
I’d love to wear the one on the right. In my dreams.
Ah much better! Love the basics here!
The event is H&M loves music and the kids went to Black Market to party afterwards, as for me? I went home and slept.
H&M Philippines have the best customer offering in each and every market. They offer collections that are wide-ranging and varied for women, men, teenagers and children.
To them, design, quality and sustainability are not a question of price: they always offer inspiring fashion with unbeatable value for money.
Quality is a central topic, from initial idea to final product.
They ensure the best price by:
large purchasing volumes
buying the right products from the right markets
cost-consciousness in all parts of the organisation
An important element of our strong offering is that H&M should be the more sustainable choice. Considerable resources are devoted to increasing sustainability.
H&M does not own factories, but instead buys products from independent suppliers that are close long-term partners of H&M. they work to bring about long-term improvement for people and the environment – in the supply chain, the garment lifecycle and the communities in which they are active.