It was an explosive and fun night for the employees and guests of Macbeth, a brand under Team Russo Philippines, produce, market, and retail footwear, apparel, and accessories in the Philippines and the Asia market.
Hosted by Shalala and Rico Robles, some of the stars in attendance were teen singer and actress Kyline Alcantara, The Clash season 2 winner Jeremiah Tiangco, and season 1 finalist Anthony Rosaldo, StarStruck winner Kim de Leon, Marcelito Pomoy, Randy Santiago, Bayani Agbayani, Marc Pingris, Alvin Patrimonio, father and son Benjie and Andre Paras, and some of the rising bands on the local music scene including Chocolate Factory, Mayonnaise, Join The Club, Soapdish, I Belong To The Zoo, This Band, Maledine, Written By The Stars, and Square One.
Since its inception, Macbeth has been a creative outlet for musicians and artists. Macbeth makes shoes and clothing that fit their needs. Macbeth being a San Diego born brand, its philosophy embodies the lifestyle of Southern California, where music, art, and action sports are deeply entwined.
Cruelty-free products are also a big part of the Macbeth line. As a matter of fact, the first shoe Macbeth ever made was vegan and is still in the lines produced today.
Macbeth takes inspiration from the music and art of its talented extended family of ambassadors to create quality products that look good and feel good to wear. Team Russo Philippines strives to keep this founding philosophy alive as it continues Macbeth’s journey here in Asia.
Team Russo Philippines provides access to the brand to its multitude of customers by building a strong presence in the Philippines and Asian regions with its strategically located stores, an active online presence through its online store, social media and live events featuring our family of Macbeth Ambassadors in varying fields of music, tattoo, and actions sports.
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