Resort pop-up store Summer Hardin at SM Makati showcases Kultura’s latest products for summertime.
A curated selling event open today until March 20, Summer Hardin offers resortwear, accessories, and personal care products, as well as juices and summer treats.
The pop-up store sparkles with Micki Olaguer’s fine silver Emblem Jewelry dipped in gold and adorned with genuine gemstones and freshwater pearls; and Marilu Batchelor’s Maison Lourdes Handbags, a bespoke and limited edition handbag line specializing in snakeskin and leather clutch bags and totes.
Also present at Summer Hardin are Island Girl’s hand-woven and hand-crafted bags made from indigenous materials found in the Philippines, as well as swimwear brand Sundae, which embodies the kind of beach loving spirit that combines style and comfort.
Forest Magic’s first and original hair formulation made from gugo bark and blended with natural plant extracts for healthier hair, and all-natural no strip cold sugar wax from Bare Body are available at Summer Hardin.
In addition to all-natural personal care brands is Tropical Shop which converts all fruit and herb extracts that would otherwise be disposed in manufacturing food and beverage into personal care products like tanning oil, body butter, balm, essential oils, and eau de toilette. CocoBody, on the other hand, creates natural earth-friendly handmade natural cosmetics from virgin coconut oil which soothes, moisturizes, cleanses, and heals from head to toe.
Healthy Pinoy brings an array of favorite Filipino snacks, delicacies, and beverage that everyone loves to the summer pop-up store.
Kultura’s Summer Hardin resort pop-up store at SM Makati Upper Ground Floor Concourse Area was styled using lush greens by Tierra Plants and furniture from SM Home.
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