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The Manila FAME Boutique Edition

For the 63rd show edition, Manila FAME returns to its April season to bring the global trade buyers to the optimal buying cycle. It is envisioned to be a specialized one-stop source of high-concept products and an exclusive platform for business matching between choice exporters and buyers.

Manila FAME shifts gears and evolves into Asia’s boutique show in its April 2016 edition, with a more sophisticated trade show that caters to the discriminating taste of choice trade buyers from here and abroad. Select exporters will benefit from being able to promote the distinctive features of high-end products representing the home, holiday and fashion sectors in a well-coordinated boutique setting at the World Trade Center.

Manila Fame April 2016 Highlights
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Manila FAME Highlights

Chilean designer, scenographer, and stylist Nelson Sepulveda presents his creative ideas on his would-be special setting in the October edition of Manila FAME during his recent visit in the 63rd edition of the trade show this April.

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'Iridescence' at Manila FAME

The Manila FAME April 2016 Boutique Edition takes inspiration from the theme of IRIDESCENCE, a spectrum of colors borne of light. It is the never-to-be-missed trade show this side of Asia, where a single idea is transformed into limitless possibilities.

As a sourcing event, Manila FAME offers a multi-sensory sourcing experience like no other, where every designer piece has its own unique story — a story of skilled craftsmanship and out-of-the-box design innovation.

Don’t miss the iridescent experience at the Manila FAME: Boutique Edition where a wide selection of colorful,contemporary, and chic products awaits you!

Marian Roces: founding director of the Museum of Philippine Culture at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and curator, on the Manila FAME scenography ‘Y’ari: The Fluent Object’

Design Dialogues

“My point in Y’ARI is not to go back to the past, but only to be aware of the heights that were achieved in the past and not to vulgarize it; to match with your contemporary skills and contemporary designs what we know what had been achieved. And to find in the thinking of today, the best possible way of understanding why the thinking of the past and the skills of the past have nothing masked on…to know what you can do to pass it on and what you can do to make it part of today and the future.”

Marian Roces
Curator, Y’ARI

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