"Bahay Kubo, Kahit Munti. Ang halaman doon ay sari-sari." In Filipino culture, the Bahay Kubo is not only a traditional house made of bamboo and nipa leaves, but also a symbol of unity and family. Inspired by the local folk song that portrays the simple life in the countryside, the bahay kubo is surrounded by various local herbs and vegetables, as illustrated on the scarf. This design brings together the artist's cultural heritage of being Chinese Filipino, with the verse written in beautiful calligraphy using the chinoiserie blue and white motif. Designed by Isabelle Ocier and Mischel Ocier Mendoza
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