ANTHILL Fabric Gallery

Pedro Calomarde Street cor Acacia Street Gorordo Avenue
Lahug
CEB 6000

ANTHILL Fabric Gallery

Green EnterpriseFair Trade

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ANTHILL Fabric Gallery is a creative social enterprise and a lifestyle store celebrating a communal spirit among Filipino artisans, bringing into one nest ingenuity, fashion, culture, advocacy and art.

ANTHILL showcases a tunnel of distinct prints and special textiles from Asia and highlights the beauty of intricately woven indigenous fabrics from the Philippine hill tribes. It is ANTHILL's passion to restore and promote the richness of Philippine culture and living traditions through our local crafts and weaving industry. In this hub, fabrics are more than just ingredients to fashion, it is a way of life.

ANTHILL, home to many independent and unique stakeholders, converges shared values, dreams, and skills by providing a central marketplace that supports design, innovation, material sourcing and business development for the evolution of a progressive culture.
Vision

For every piece of fabric, a work of art is born becoming a channel of sustenance amongst individuals and communities especially the indigenous people.

Mission

Showcase

To become a textile attraction housing special and indigenous fabrics, handcrafted and home grown products, and unique apparel and fabric art, with stories behind every masterpiece coming from all over the Philippines

Supply

To become a source of special and indigenous fabrics and local materials and accessories that supplements for production of fabric by products

Support

To create a culture of fabric appreciation and fabric collection, apply contemporary use and design innovative products that will support developing and sustaining the businesses of weaving communities, indigenous tribes, budding designers, artists, and local craftsmen. For every piece of fabric, a work of art is born becoming a channel of sustenance amongst individuals and communities especially the indigenous people.

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