Fashion threads carefully when highlighting cultural heritage, here's why


The wider fashion audience needs to understand the impact and value of culture in the industry. Pictured here is the embroidery of a Filipino barong. Photo: Dia Guild

Fashion houses often wax lyrical about their brand’s tradition and history when presenting a new collection. It is seen as something to be proud of – a link to the past or an identity that should not be disregarded.

So, why does cultural heritage then not play a larger role in the fashion industry as well?

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