Go back to school in style with Team Manila
Team Manila, a pioneer of neo-nationalism in fashion and retail, brings versatile pieces that celebrate individuality at work and play.
With more innovative designs and new angle cuts and patterns for button-downs and silhouettes, Team Manila rolls out more style options for everyone. At this time of year, Team Manila goes “Back-to-School” as a team. Sporting the latest pieces from Team Manila Heritage Collection and Daily Grind 2013 Spring/Summer Collection, our teammates open the semester with good cheers and lots of positivity.
The Team Manila 2013 Spring/Summer Heritage Collection designs are inspired by ethnic prints. They aim to enrich awareness of our country’s heritage, and open the young to the rediscovery of wisdom and wonder that is truly Filipino.
With the opening of the school year, students are challenged to be ready and persistent in their expressions of self, sports and fashion.
Modeled by sports stars Nicolette Ambulo (UP Pep Squad), Fille Cainglet (ADMU Volleyball), Apple David (ADU Courtside Reporter), Michelle Gumabao (DLSU Volleyball) and Jed Manguera (DLSU Basketball), the photo shoot showcases shirts from the signature Heritage Collection designs to Daily Grind staple icons.
Also featured are Team Manila university shirts; shoes from New Balance and Bensimon; caps from Trilogy located in Alabang Town Center, Shangri-La Mall and Robinsons Ermita; and denim pants and shorts from Mossimo.
All the shirts are now available at the Team Manila online shop, http://teammanilalifestyle.com/shop and at all Team Manila stores in TriNoma, Market! Market!, Marquee Mall Pampanga, Subic Harbor Point, Power Plant Mall, Rockwell, Robinsons Place Manila, SM Mall of Asia, SM Manila, SM San Lazaro and SM Davao.
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