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Zilingo Philippines offers fashionistas first dibs on the latest Folded & Hung collection in collaboration with Maymay Entrata

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Zilingo Philippines offers fashionistas first dibs on the latest Folded & Hung collection in collaboration with Maymay Entrata

Zilingo—a technology platform that is re-imagining the fashion industry—is the first to bring to customers the latest collection from leading fashion brand Folded & Hung fronted by “PBB Lucky Season 7” big winner Maymay Entrata.

From October 13, fashion lovers across the country can now purchase the Folded & Hung apparel collection that marries creative, young, and fresh designs with a touch of retro details for a classy, old-school inspired look. Styles are hued in eye-catching reds, blues, and yellows for wearers to make a fashion statement.

Zilingo and Folded & Hung present to customers coveted pieces suitable for all occasions. “Folded & Hung fans get first dibs to purchase clothing from this collection on Zilingo with the simple click of the button. Not only is this fashion line cool and stylish, it is also comfortable and easy-to-wear with flattering silhouettes customers will love,” shared Ryza Dipatuan - Razo, Marketing Director, Zilingo Philippines.

Recognizing the continuous growth and potential of the online retail market, and the need to constantly provide customers with new and exciting options, Zilingo aims to provide a unique shopping experience to customers and enable brands to expand their reach to fashion enthusiasts across the region.

Since April 2019, Zilingo customers have had easy access to Folded & Hung’s collection and shopping online is easier than ever with free delivery nationwide, with no minimum purchase and multiple payment methods including cash-on-delivery.

Topics: Zilingo , Folded & Hung , Maymay Entrata , Ryza Dipatuan - Razo
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