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Kalye RIO turns street food into street fashion in their debut collection

By Celene Sakurako

There’s a new streetwear brand in town and it goes by the name Kalye RIO. “Kalre RIO,” because it’s streetwear by Rio Estuar, that takes inspiration from Filipino culture or the “kalye” (streets) of the Philippines. Their first collection is comprised of Filipino street food-inspired orange, green, grey, and black over-sized and stylized unisex bomber jackets, jumpsuits, and joggers, and such. With each piece locally made in the Philippines, the brand aims to keep things local.

Grab a piece of the collection by swinging by the Estuar Farm Grounds in Rizal tomorrow, Dec. 2, where they’ll be serving kwek-kwek, fishball, taho, and such from 5pm onwards to celebrate the launch of the new brand.

Take a look at choice photos from the Kalye RIO S/S ’18 lookbook below:

Photo courtesy of Kalye RIO
Modeled by Lexa Aguirre, Maan Marquez, Ally Munda, Jay Jackson, Cedric Pasco, and Adrian Tongko
Photography by Chissai Bautista
Styled by Alexandria Amigo Chan, Honey Famisan, and Raychelle Obsines
Make up by Patricia Wong
Grooming by Effy Fang
Hair by Betty Dizon

Check out the full lookbook here.

Kalye RIO S/S ’18 collection launch will be held on Dec. 2, 2017 from 5pm onwards at Estuar Farm Grounds, Ynares Street, Tagpos, Binangonan, Rizal. 


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