What a fun concept. Its high time Metro Manila experienced a pop up flea market–a place where local, independent brands can sell their wares, where up-and-coming chefs can offer their unique dishes and designer drinks (they were mostly alcohol, but who’s complaining), and specialized establishments (like your neighborhood barber) can make available their services, all while listening to amazing bands. You may think of it as a collective, joint effort to bring the industry’s freshest brands together so they can properly introduce themselves.
I mean, of course, we all love our malls filled with our favorite retail brands and restaurants. But once in awhile its good to venture out to new territory and see what else is out there. This is exactly what The Neighborhood Pop Up offered us, and I was more than thrilled to be there.
Of course, PORMADA was part of it, too, which made it…
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