Clothing Brand NIñOFRANCO Expose VP Leni's Attire as Contemporary Rendition of Native Attire

Clothing Brand NIñOFRANCO issued a statement or disclaimer about the latest OVP PR calisthenics.



According to the brand NIñOFRANCO, the popular native clothing brand founded by Wilson Limon, the clothing brand denied the claims made by Manila Bulletin writer Raymund Antonio who wrote that Vice Pres. Leni Robredo paid homage to an indigenouss tribe in Mindanao by wearing the native attire as part of her efforts to promote local business.



The Manila Bulletin writer claimed that the source of his article is the official social media account of OVP staff Raffy Magno but the brand denies reports that they were interviewed about their brand.

The designer stated that he was not interviewed and that the shirt was not a "native attire" as what the piece claimed it to be.

Nino Franco also revealed that their company were never interviewed and for the information of everybody, the shirt is not a native attire, but a contemporary rendition of the T'boli's traditional attire-hand embroidered by the T'bolis, with the approval of the community to modernize the design.



The clothing brand NIñOFRANCO, whose creator Wilson Limon, is considered as one of the most popular clothing brand in the fashion industry. The founder of the said company is also the nephew of well-known Davao designer Bambi Limon.

NIñOFRANCO clothing brand aims to preserve the culture of Mindanao and only to preserved but also helped fashion designers to find inspiration by the true wonders of Mindanao.

Wilson Limon is just one of the few designers who embraced and empowered the Mindanao heritage by incorporating traditional patters into modern clothing.

Source: Facebook

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