Friday, November 30, 2012

Vesti Bags from Mindanao

vesti bags
Wanted to try something new for your fashion collections of bags and accessories? Then try these Vesti bags from Mindanao, a beautiful collection of bag from Mindanao made of hand woven abaca.
The designer and entrepreneur Martha Rodriguez who is also the owner of VESTI started to design a circular-shaped sling made of abaca back in 2010 in which also became hits and best seller among her collection. Aside from abaca which can only found in Philippines, Costa Rica and Ecuador, Vesti uses material made from mix and match fabrics like chiffon, taffeta, canvas, cotton and other modern fabrics.

vesti bags
Martha Rodriguez owner of Vesti
VESTI is ‘clothing’ ethnicity with modernity. Vesti incorporates Mindanao weaves as key designs, assisting its small-scale industries and livelihood programs and promoting Mindanao-materials combined with modern embellishments and some indigenous fabrics from Mindanao.
For more info visits regarding their products and collection.


  1. Pretty bag, one product that we Filipinos should be proud off.

  2. Oooh interesting. I've always thought of hand-woven things as special things because of all the effort put in making them :)