Apo Whang-Od: The 95-Year Old Tattoo Artist From Kalinga
Meet Apo Whang-Od, a 95-year old woman, who is the oldest and last surviving traditional tattoo artist from the Kalinga province in the Philippines.
A mestiza de sangley/Filipina in a photograph by Francisco Van Camp, c. 1875. Francisco Van Camp Fotografía/Museo Oriental. Real Colegio P. P Agustinos, Valladolid
Filipino Icon: Terno
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Philippine Fashion 1800s - 1920s
A Mestiza de Sangley In Her Beautiful Dress Late 1800s She is very pretty and maganda ang buhok nya! Mas maganda pa siya sa mga ibang nag-co...
Six 19th Century Outfits According to Damian Domingo's Tipos del Pais
Damian Domingo was an early 19th Century Filipino painter who specialized in portraitures, Religious paintings, and made famous the tipos del pais (Philippine types or scenes) art style.
Traditional Philippines clothing
BARONG TAGALONG There’s really something about the Barong Tagalog that appeals to unassuming, low-key personalities with a penchant for subtle elegance. Needless to say, the Barong Tagalog not only boasts of a rich, ancient craft. It speaks volumes of a heritage that spanned decades of multi-cultural influences and raw patriotism. This is probably why it…
When one talks of Filipiniana, we refer not only to the terno, but also the national costume of barot saya (blouse and skirt) also known as the Maria Clara gown, the barong Tagalog, and the kimonat patadyong. There are also variations like the Igorot and Muslim dress, and other costumes from tribes. The popular barong Tagalog has had different iterations from the formal barong made of pina, jusi, or banana fabric worn over a collarless shirt called camisa de Chino, and can also be made of