Does your ‘fit need new threads? Well, don’t let the broke life get you down. Head over to Season Pass this week and cop pieces for low prices.
Starting Aug. 14 till 17, Season Pass is giving back to the community by featuring clothing and unique items from local entrepreneurs. This is for everyone wanting to explore the art of streetwear and vintage clothing more. So if you’ve always wanted to try athleisure or thrifted clothing, Season Pass’ Community Sale might be the perfect place to start.
Unfamiliar with the brands participating? Don’t worry, here’s a helpful cheat sheet to get you started.
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"I,Militia", a collection about self-preservation and self-development amidst all the odds and above negativity. Bridging the gaps and battling bad vibrations while highlighting the og logo and minimalism. Creative Team: Photography: Ben Gabriel Regala /Visual Menace Intern: Moira Pleno Videography: Dominic Dimagmaliw / Visual Dessert Photography Ambassadors: Lyn, Bamboo and Fairy Studio: The Twelfth House You can get our I,Militia collection thru our partner stores. Limited and Exclusively distributed below. Partner Stores: • @suezandzapote Galerya 2631 Suez St. corner Zapote St. Makati City • @purveyrpost 1403 Apolinario Street, Brgy Bangkal, Makati City • @merchdistrictph 1012 G.M. Tolentino Street, Sampaloc, Manila •@thegoodneighborhood 91-C, Esmero St. Capitol Site, Cebu City • @bikersnook Lucena Rizal St. Corner Bonifacio St. Brgy. 5, Lucena City
This clothing brand hailing from Makati is an art project that aged well. Since 2014, We Drool aims to inspire everyone to chase their respective dreams. Their garments are made by mixing mediums of visual art and poetry. In every capsule release, they make sure their pieces are thought-provoking as they are well-crafted.
In their bio, they categorize themselves as an “experimental brand.” Their first two collections feature your basic shirts, pullovers, and the occasional flame hoodie. With their imagery of burning their own brand and a mirage of protest riots, this young brand is clearly making some bold choices worth keeping our eyes on.
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After 5 months in the mountains of Bukidnon, I think we're ready to start creating again. But while we internalize and translate our immersions into expression, you could still check out some of our past collections in the newly merged @kahilom x @gen.mdse Here's one of our favorite looks from the recently launched #CasaNatura campaign. Agimat Necklace from @alaala_sala , Top from @astellaph , Bottom from @slavesofliberty
Our favorite people from NoliSoli shared their hype for this brand last year. And now, we know what they’re so amped up about it. Spearheaded by artist Jaq Lopez, this brand aims to raise awareness of indigenous communities. They sell an array of naturally dyed shirts, coconut husked dyed kimonos, and unique soil painted shorts and pants. If you want to be Buwan ng Wika ready—this brand is it.
Who says streetwear can’t be easy on our bread? Located at West Ave. QC, this shop is a curator of great streetwear finds for cheap. Some items they have in stock are either pre-loved or pre-ordered overseas. If you’re looking for a restock on windbreakers, pullovers, oversized shirts, and even accessories, they probably got you covered.
Vintage Plug PH
Whether you want your mid-00s WWE shirts or on the hunt for a rare Yeezy tour shirt, this store has both and much more. Vintage Plug has a huge arsenal of shirts for every kind of pop culture junkie. From old Hard Rock cafe denims to fire pattern bowling shirt, their rare vintage finds can give your ‘fits a much-needed upgrade.
Under the Sun MNL
This curator of vintage finds prides themselves as an ambassador of clothing waste management. With their arsenal of ‘90s Tommy Hilfiger athleisure and Kani track pants, you can pull up at the function like Aaliyah or Sade real easy. If you’re looking for some chic yet eco-friendly finds, they’re your people.
Expect a well-curated collection of pre-owned clothing and accessories from labels around Asia and the rest of the world. In Standard Reissue, you can find a rare pair of Converse x Stussy or a Gucci x Donald Duck capsule collection tee. They serve us an array of rare finds from the luxury brands we follow—and who doesn’t want that?
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The Vintage Junkie MNL
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Pinky and the Brain Longsleeve With distressing as seen on photos Print (back, bust and sleeves) . Size on tag: S fits up to M Length: 26.5 Width: 19 Sleeve length: 20 Sleeve width 6.5 . Check details and photos . Php 900 . ?First to comment “mine” basis . Method of Payment: BPI/LBC Shipping: LBC only . NCR: 180 North and South Luzon to Mindanao: 200 #tvjmavail #thevintagejunkiemnl
Cute pullovers with ‘90s cartoon icons on them? Sign us up. Like every other curator in the list, they sport nostalgic streetwear pieces reminiscent of the ‘90s and mid-00s. Imagine your local thrift store—except your dream haul is on one pile. Keep an eye out for cute jackets and button-ups, that vintage Space Jam hat you’ve always wanted, and kitsch accessories to make your ‘fit interesting.
Other vintage streetwear stores participating are Talking Candy, Please Collect, Krunk Collective and Give Me the Loot. Season Pass’ Community Sale is from Aug. 14 to 17 at 51 Magiting st, 1101 Quezon City, Philippines.