• Joseph Pilapil

Up for Grabs: Artisan Crafts at FilipinaZ Bazaar by Women for Women



Looking for items of world-class artistry and craftsmanship for your collection or holiday gift-giving while supporting a noble cause at the same time?


You can do just that with FilipinaZ, an annual bazaar that raises funds for fighting gender-based violence and providing livelihood opportunities for women. The good news is you don’t have to physically be at the fair because you can check out the items at Zalora as the bazaar goes digital this year for a hassle-free and safer shopping experience amid the pandemic.


More than just a bazaar

Now on its sixth year, over 200 well-curated home, fashion, arts, and lifestyle items from Filipino artisans and brands are up for grabs in the digital fair that will run until January 31st, 2021. Every purchase of these items from any of the brands will help fund projects focusing on gender equality, women empowerment, and anti-violence against women.


The FilipinaZ Fair is a yearly fundraiser of Zonta Club of Makati and Environs (ZCME), the longest-running Philippine club chapter of Zontal International, a group of executives and professionals who work together to advance the status of women through service and advocacy.


One of the most recognized and awarded of the club’s advocacies is the ZCME Psychological Center for Sexually Abused Girls that helped taking care of over ten thousand sexually abused girls since 1997.


What’s in-store

Here are the participating brands joining the 2020 FilipinaZ digital art and lifestyle fair with some of their exquisite crafts:






Handmade Gallery

(click to visit the store)





Artisana Island Crafts PH

(click to visit the store)




Marmol Stonework

(click to visit the store)




JEPROX by Thian Rodriguez

(click to visit the store)



Padron

(click to visit the store)




House of Tela

(click to visit the store)




PUPKITS

(click to visit the store)




BELILY WORLD

(click to visit the store)




Pulido

(click to visit the store)


Dominic Rubio

(Busy Streets of Old Manila)

(click to visit the store)


Help empower women and safely shop world-class at https://www.zalora.com.ph/filipinaz/.




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