Kultura in bloom – Manila Standard


Being a tropical country, beautiful flowers bloom in the Philippines all year-round. Over 900 species of delicate and graceful orchids are grown in the country; then there are exotic birds of paradise, anthuriums, colorful showers of bougainvilleas, gardens of hibiscus, garlands of sampaguitas, and fields of gladioli, aster, chrysanthemum, and heliconias.

FLOWER POWER. Kultura draws inspiration from beautiful blooms that grow in the Philippines, as seen in this classic jusi barong refreshed with handpainted florals.

Kultura draws inspiration from these beautiful blooms in its collection.

There are hand-painted floral designs in modern barongs, as well as light-as-air dresses with bouquets of prints or embroidery that are spun from fresh fabrics such as jusi, cocoon, linen, and organza.

Wire-wrapped necklace with freshwater pearls and floral-embroidered raffia clutch

Vibrant tropical inspired totes, fans, and hats in bloom as well as straw, raffia, and pandan. Accessories with floral and botanical embroidery will make you stand out this summer—anywhere from the beach, the mountains, to the city streets.

Uniquely Filipino fashion collections are available at Kultura, with stores at SM Makati, Megamall, Mall of Asia, SM Aura Premier, SM City Cebu, SM Seaside, SM Lanang Premier and most SM Stores. Its boutiques are located at Taal Vista Hotel, Pico de Loro and the Molo Mansion Iloilo.  

Printed floral fans

Visit www.kulturafilipino.com to discover more about Kultura.  

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