Using the structure of multidisciplinary uniforms, OTTOMONDI showcases the story-laden cloth from the wooden looms of artisan weavers from the Philippines.


Inabel (meaning “handwoven” in the local dialect) was used in barters between neighboring Asian countries, in exchange for gold, ceramics, and other valuable commodities. The height of the popularity of this time-honoured fabric, however, can be traced at the time of Spanish colonization of Ilocandia.


The collection aspires to raise awareness and encourage the public to support sustainable fashion.