STYLE ISLE island inspired. artisan made

Created and curated pieces made together with artisan and indigenous tribes from around the Philippines.

STYLE ISLE aims to be a platform to highlight and share their stories thru the products. Traditional and artisanal skills that have been passed on from generations... pieces that speak of heritage and culture.

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Woven Patches | Brass Adornments | Malong Revival | Weave Warrior Belts

We are happy to announce that the

TEXTILES OF THE PHILIPPINES Coloring Book is now available in the Philippine Islands!

Created by Filipino-American Artists PJ Gubatina Policarpio & Ida Noelle Calumpang -- for the CrossLines Exhibit at The Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C., May 2016
STYLE ISLE Capsule Collection showing at the LIKHANG HABI MARKET FAIR this October 20-21-22; Glorietta Activity Center

Introducing our new product... WEAVE WORKSHOPS and WEAVING KITS! Learn to weave using different materials and yarns.

Some of the ways to wear the malong

We are happy to re-introduce the Malong as an everyday staple into our daily wardrobes. Traditionally, it is worn in different events and rituals. Today, we see the malong incorporated in our daily lives, as travellers, as minimalists and eco-conscious consumers.


Tribal Peace Dreams Shawls | T'boli Lounge Dresses | CocoLoco Necklaces | Pineapple-Silk scarves

For orders / inquiries, private viewings of the pieces and appointments, please email: styleisle.ph@gmail.com / +63917-4904399

Lightning Mountain River - sash belts worn as tube top
T'nalak Weave - ikat-style weaving using abaca fibers
Tapestry-style weaving by Tausug Weaver from Sulu

STYLE ISLE is a collective of curated and created pieces sourced from all around the tropical Philippine Islands. Working closely together with tribes, weaving communities and artisans. We're excited to share our stories with you.




Manila, Philippines <> Brooklyn, New York


+1 917 744 6586

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