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Adam & Eve Fashion266 Teresa, Santa Mesa, Maynila, Kalakhang Maynila

Akimbo36th St, Taguig, 1630 Metro Manila

Anne KleinSM Makati, Courtyard Dr, San Lorenzo Village, Makati, 1223 Metro Manila

Armani ExchangePower Plant Mall, Rockwell Drive Corner Estrella St., Makati, 1210 Metro Manila

AssemblyBENCH Tower 30th Street cor. Rizal Drive, Crescent Park West V, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Philippines

Banana Republic Greenbelt 1578 Padre Burgos Street, Mandaluyong, 1550 Kalakhang Maynila

BayoCaloocan, 1407 Metro Manila

Bench/2442 Pedro Gil St, Santa Ana, Manila, Metro Manila

Calvin Klein JeansRobinsons Place Manila, Pedro Gil St Cor Adriatico St., Ermita, 670 zone 72, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila

Cinderella - Glorietta 3#42 Sgt. Esguerra corner Eugenio Lopez Avenue, South Triangle, Quezon City,, 1103, Metro Manila, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila

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While there’s a variety of foreign brands in Manila, homegrown brands thrive alongside them with their locally sourced materials, talents of Filipino craftsmen and artisans, and in some cases, native techniques. No stranger to hardship, the city has endured every disaster humans and nature could throw at it, and yet today the chaotic metropolis thrives as a true Asian megacity. Skyscrapers pierce the hazy sky, mushrooming from the grinding poverty of expansive shanty towns while gleaming malls foreshadow Manila’s brave new air-conditioned world.

Silahis Arts & Artifacts HighlightsSilahis Arts & Artifacts store aims to provide an insight into the lifestyle of the Filipino people, especially during the Spanish colonial era. In here you will find a huge collection of intricately woven baskets made from rattan and wood, fashion accessories crafted from freshwater pearls and shells, household items made from indigenous materials, wooden furniture and a lot more.
GreenbeltGreenbelt consists of 5 shopping areas filled with a mix of high-end retail shops, leisure and entertainment centers and restaurants. If you are looking for supply and appliance stores, than Greenbelt is the place to go. In here you will find high-end boutiques like Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Louis Vuitton, Mark Jacobs and Tod’s. Greenbelt on the other hand features high-end Filipino designers and more international brands.
SM City Nords ETSASM City Nords ETSA is the largest shopping mall in Philippines and the third largest in the world, with the total retail area 5 360 000 sq ft. 
Greenhills Shopping CenterGreenhills Shopping Center's complex was re-developed throughout the years and now has an exciting and richly diverse mix of shopping and dining experiences. From bargain stalls to upscale designer brands, and from cheap snacks to high-end restaurants, everything you need can be found in Greenhills.
Legazpi Sunday MarketLegazpi Market is held every Sunday along Legazpi and Rufino streets in Legazpi Village. Like every weekend market in Manila, it is a delightful gathering of concessionaires that offer everything you could hope to find in a marketplace. In here you can find handicrafts such as wooden houseware, hand-made accessories, as well as straw bags and slippers.
Sm City Manila Sm City Manila is the largest shopping mall in Philippines and the third largest in the world, with the total retail area 5 360 000 sq ft. It is basically a huge complex of shopping in Manila, with 9 parts. 
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