I’m sure you guys are all familiar with Stylebible.ph, so it shouldn’t be that hard to introduce its sister site, themall.ph.
Themall.ph used to be a part of stylebible.ph but now they have their own website. It is a storefront – a virtual online shopping mall minus the actual shopping. The site houses several curated brands and product categories ranging from womenswear to childrenswear to beauty products. Aside from having the products, the site is also very interactive – you can create your own outfits ala Polyvore, you can make wishlists, you can join and win contests and a whole lot more.
But what I love the most about themall.ph is the fact that it strives to help out local entrepreneurs. I personally know how hard it is to put up a store – be it online or physical – and get your brand out (I see it all the time in SoFA). This is a concern that I also personally want to address, hence Platform, Postura.ph, and just trying to blog about local brands. So kudos to themall.ph for serving as a platform for these e-preneurs and as an ultimate shopping destination for the rest of us.
Here are some pics from the blogger lunch/event last week held at the Eastwood Richmonde Hotel.
meet the people behind Stylebible and TheMall.ph: Nikki Santiago, Mark Buenaobra (wearing that awesome tie) and Janey Aniban
and with Stylebible’s Managing Ed Isha Andaya :) (who is just the nicest!)
Remember I mentioned that you can come up with outfits at their site? Well, Arriane and I came up with a little something. I’ll show you in the next blog post!
So shopaholics, do visit themall.ph! and to the entrepreneurs, if you are interested in registering (which you should be as it is backed by Summit!), register at
. You can also email email@example.com or dial 451-8888 loc 1151. Good luck!